Whilst the doors visible on the exterior of your home are important, Armadale Doors & Leadlight also recognises the importance of those inside. They are, after all, responsible for tying the whole look of your home together – this cannot occur if they are mismatched. Our designer internal doors are aesthetically appealing and are created with the room and your existing décor in mind.
Armadale Doors &Leadlight’s meticulous attention to detail has allowed us to grow into the successful business that we are today. We never compromise on the quality of the materials used in our internal doors – be it timber, leadlight, or even the trimmings, paints and stains. We are also firm believers that higher quality materials directly translate into longer lasting internal doors.
We have over 40 years joinery experience and access to state of the art machinery in our factory. This enables us to be wholly flexible and to meet the needs of our clients and design team with ease. Our range of period and leadlight internal doors in Melbourne are manufactured to ensure superior quality in construction and finish. We also handpick our timbers based on their moisture content.
"If you are looking for quality & excellence in all sorts of doors & lead lighting, I would recommend no other business than Armadale Doors. A well-run family business with lovely employees who have make every business transaction a very friendly one, which is why I will always be a return customer! Could not fault anything about this business. Especially their AMAZING glass!!"
ll of our internal doors are stained under the guidance of Philip Parker, our head designer. We help you to select a colour (using photographs and even samples) during the consultation period to ensure that it complements existing furniture or the tones of your home. We use only the highest quality stains on the market and perform all staining in a controlled environment for the best results.
Alternatively, if you prefer a painted door, we can spray undercoat your new door in our factory, to seal the natural timber, and assist in the best possible final paint finish.