Kitchen Doors & Tops

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Kitchen Doors Specialist

Making Customers Happy Since 2005


Stourbridge Showroom

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Useful telephone Numbers

Marketing Department

01384 408874


Sales Management

0871 716 8072


Customer Careline

0800 088 7044



0800 735 8075

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Despatch Team

0871 716 3766



01543 560567



01432 700067


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Customer Services

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As one of the largest independent replacement Kitchen Door Specialist, we care passionately about our customers and their experience with us.


If for any reason you are not 100% happy with anything at all, please let us know immediately.

Monday  10am - 5.30pm

Tuesday  10am - 5.30pm

Wednesday  10am - 5.30pm

Thursday  10am - 5.30pm

Friday  10am - 5.30pm

Saturday  10am - 4.00pm

Sunday - Closed

Opening Times

We are your Local Company

Doors & More are based in Stourbridge less than 2 miles from Stourbridge town centre just off A491 towards Wolverhampton.

Choice of Worktops

Our Stourbridge showrooms hosts the entire range of kichen doors available in our range, and more. At Doors & More we also show over 100 choices of worktops and work surfaces giving you unrivalled choice when it comes to kitchen makeovers in stourbridge.


No Pressure with us

Visit Doors and More in Ruislip for helpful friendly advice for your kitchen makeover without any pressure to buy. Our staff are trained in all aspects of kitchens and kitchen makeovers to ensure that your experience with us leaves you fully equipped with all the information you need to make an informed choice about your new kitchen or your new kitchen makeover.





About Stourbridge

Stourbridge  is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands of England. Historically part of Worcestershire, Stourbridge was a centre of glass making, and today includes the suburbs of Amblecote, Lye, Norton, Oldswinford, Pedmore, Wollaston and Wollescote.

The population, as recorded in the United Kingdom Census 1991, was 54,661. Much of the population is now made up of commuters to Birmingham and the Black Country. Stourbridge is included in the Stourbridge constituency, currently held by the Labour party through Lynda Waltho.

Stourbridge Glass

The town gives its name to local glass production, which has been manufactured since the early 1600s. However, most of the glass industry was actually located in surrounding areas including Wordsley, Amblecote and Oldswinford. The rich natural resources of coal and fireclay for lining furnaces made it the perfect location for the industry. It was probably the presence of fireclay that attracted glassmakers to the area. The canals also facilitated the importing of large amounts of fine sand from Ireland. Stourbridge glass is recognised as amongst the finest in the world. The glass has been used countless times as gifts for royalty and visiting dignitaries. However, the glass industry in the area has been all but destroyed by the effects of globalisation, with the factories moving abroad where cheaper workers are available.

The Red House Cone, thought to be the only complete remaining glass cone of its kind, stands on the Stourbridge Canal at Wordsley. It is the site of the Red House Glass Museum and there are regular demonstrations of "blowing" glass in the traditional way.