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New door for brick shed - hardwood ££££!!!

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Dear all, and thanks in advance for your kind advice...

We've a brick-built shed-like small building which is a dump-stuff-here, a few cupboards, the tumble-dryer lives here place....and the door is slowly rotting.

Turns out whoever put the door on put a simple, very-cheap, hardboard-panel door in & painted it - no surprise that didn't cope very well...

So, gotta get a new door, but as long as I can paint(gloss-white) it don't want to spend much.

However hardwood/UPVC doors seem to be in the £200+ range and I wondered what your advice would be.. I don't really need the security features a "front-door" has... any suggestions guys???


Cheers!


Lodger

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