There are no minimum runs for on-line products. For bespoke products there will be a fixed cost that will take account of the complexity and linear requirements of the order.
-skirting boards are 5.4 metres -architraves are 5.4 metres
We can deliver anywhere in the UK within 7 to 10 working days of cleared payment and stock availability. The costs for the service where possible are normalised but unfortunately to more remote locations we may have to charge a surcharge due to carrier charges. Customers are also welcome to come and collect their orders
On-line products will be dispatched within 14 working days , due stock levels.
Our whole product range is supplied pre-primed.
Payment for orders can be made via our secure online shop on the website using Visa, Mastercard, Bank Draft. Payment by Bank Draft
As we import the doors, tiles and MDF we can offer competitive prices, over comparable products.
We can supply cutting of tiles, skirting & architraves designs. There is a charge of £25.00 for each sample ordered which covers delivery costs.
Our showhomes in Barleyfields, Oak Country Manor & Coralmount, showcase all our products, check out www.taggarthomes.com for opening times.
Our doors are engineered from MDF & Chipboard, datasheet available on request.
We will process your order and send you a confirmation email with your invoice attached. We will then send your order over to our delivery partner who will then be in touch to let you know which day they deliver in your area. Delivery times vary from 10 to 14 days, If a product is out of stock we will contact you and let you know the earliest date we can get the product to you.
No you don't, We do carry an exclusive line of handles and hinges that are used in our homes and available to buy online.
Inches are the most popular way of measuring your door. Most domestic properties in the U.K. use Imperial size doors (78"x27" or 78"x30" etc.)
Trimming to Size – You should first check the recommendations provided with your doors or speak with a member of the sales team. Ensure that equal amounts of wood should be taken from both sides and / or the top bottom of the door, allowing for the sealing coats. Avoid fitting locks at the rail joints.