Stable doors were, of course, first used on farms to house horses and other livestock, but today householders are increasingly incorporating these models into their homes.
Clearly, stable doors have two halves, and the upper and lower sections can be opened independently. This allows you to let air in without leaving the whole doorway gaping open. Equally, especially if you have small children or pets at home, these products provide extra peace of mind.
These days, stable doors are produced to the same national quality standards as regular back or front doors, from the same materials. And the product range is nearly as extensive and varied. At the same time, safety and security have improved vastly in recent years. Modern stable doors are every bit as sturdy as their more conventional counterparts, so it’s not hard to see why their popularity is growing.