Plasma Entrance Doors.


  • Smooth, flat aluminium finish for a minimalist look
  • Customisable options include door size, dual colour to match interior and exterior and a range of door hardware 
  • Different finishes available include horizontal detailed lines, tongue and groove and glass inserts or cladding
  • A more economical Slimline Plasma version is available, offering the same look with more limited options
  • A thicker commercial grade Plasma is available, a thicker door with extra internal aluminium webbing for enhanced rigidity and durability. Limited customisable options are available.

Plasma Glass Entrance Doors.


  • Clad in 5mm toughened glass sheets with a minimal aluminium edge
  • Available in a wide variety of colours and can be custom matched
  • Available in dual colours for separate interior and exterior choices
  • Flush flat surface finish.

Aquila Entrance Doors.


  • The design combines horizontally stacked 100mm wide tongue and groove boards, with a chunky modern frame
  • Can have a double glazed unit within the door

Axis Entrance Doors.


  • Vertical tongue and groove panel design with clean, straight lines
  • Tall heights of up to 2.6m are possible
  • Available finishes include powdercoated or a woodgrain finish

Classic Entrance Doors.


  • Designed with rectangular patterns in either scrolled or contemporary edgings
  • Available with double glazed units set in the door, including arched options
  • Available in dual colour for separate interior and exterior choices.

Latitude Entrance Doors.


  • Aluminium clad doors combining tongue and groove boards in either a vertical or horizontal pattern
  • Sturdy frame around the door panel
  • Customisable options include dual colour schemes, glass inserts, thermal breaks, and a range of door hardware

Lindo Entrance Doors.


  • Highly personalised design using a plank system
  • Negative detail lines can be used to enhance the design
  • Available in dual colour - interior and exterior choices
  • Potential to incorporate elements of your own design or personal taste.

Care and Maintenance.

It is important to follow our care and maintenance tips not only to keep your joinery and hardware looking its best but also to ensure its longevity. Regular upkeep is also required to ensure the validity of your warranty.


Our windows and doors comply with the New Zealand building code. This means our windows and doors have been designed and successfully tested to perform in New Zealand’s most diverse conditions.