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Composite Front Doors Stone Street

Professional Composite Front Installers

Transform The Entrance To Your Home With One Of Kentish Door’s Composite Front Doors

Kentish Doors are highly skilled Composite Front Doors installers based in Kent. We have an incredible range of entrance door colours, styles and features to enable you to create the perfect door for your home. Our doors are made to last, combining strong, state of the art energy efficient materials which reduce drafts, outside noise and also increase your thermal efficiency. All doors come with complex security systems, providing your home with added security which can lead to lower home insurance costs. Our doors are made and fitted to the highest standards. Using our free online composite door designer tool, you can design your door yourself. If you would like assistance creating the door, or have some questions we are happy to help you. To provide you with a quote we would require a site visit to ensure all measurements are correct before fabrication of the door begins. To arrange a free measure and quote please call us today on 01634 321202 or message us via our online contact form.
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Suited Hardware & Furniture

We offer a stunning range of suited furniture to match any home, from traditional hardware to contemporary stainless steel options.

13 Stunning Door Colours

Availble internal and external, we have colours to suit any home, be it traditional, contemporary or modern. We have something for everyone.

Locking and security

You can have any locking system with any furniture suite – so it’s even easier to get the lock and security you need with the furniture you want.

Glass and Glazing options

Our unique and patented glazing cassette can be removed from the inside to let you simply change the glass and reuse the cassette.

Stone Street is a short street in the Financial District of Manhattan in New York City. It runs in two sections between Whitehall Street in the west and Hanover Square in the east. The street originally ran as one continuous roadway from Whitehall Street to Hanover Square, but the section between Broad Street and Coenties Alley was eliminated in 1980 to make way for the Goldman Sachs building at 85 Broad Street. The one-block-long western section between Whitehall and Broad Streets carries vehicular traffic, while the two-block-long eastern section between Coenties Alley and Hanover Square is a pedestrian zone.

Stone Street is one of New York’s oldest streets, incorporating two 17th-century roads in the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam. In 1658 it became the first cobbled street in New Amsterdam. Following the British conquest of the colony, the street was called Duke Street before being renamed Stone Street, for its cobblestone paving, in 1794. Many of the early structures around Stone Street were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1835, after which Stone Street was redeveloped with stores and lofts for dry-goods merchants and importers. Following many decades of neglect, Stone Street was restored in the late 20th century and the eastern section became a restaurant area.

Stone Street contains several prominent structures, including 1 Hanover Square, a National Historic Landmark. The eastern portion of the street and the surrounding buildings are designated as the Stone Street Historic District, which is both listed on the National Register of Historic Places and protected by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. In addition, the remaining portions of the street are part of the Financial District’s street layout, a city landmark.