Our 2017 competition gives you 20 chances to win £37 off any Palladio Door order.
We’re running the competition for the duration of the Formula 1 season. Why? Well, Palladio Doors and F1 cars have a lot more in common than you might think – streamlined design, fast fitting and superior strength thanks to an impressive monocoque structure.
It’s a really simple concept.
Before each race in the season, we’ll be setting a question about the host city, via email, our social media channels and our website.
Anyone who gets the question right will automatically receive a voucher for £37 off any Palladio Door design from Everglade Windows.
We’ve chosen £37 because 2017 marks our 37th year manufacturing aluminium and PVCu windows and doors.
About Palladio Doors
Palladio Doors use Formula 1 technology. Instead of being filled with foam, like a lot of composite doors, Palladio Doors feature a unique monocoque structure, which is reinforced with 65mm of fibreglass. This gives the door extremely impressive strength and resistance, on a level with that found on a Formula 1 car.
Monocoque is the French term for ‘single shell’ and it’s at the heart of Formula 1 safety. It’s used to create the cockpit and driver’s survival shell. It also forms the principal structure of the chassis. The engine and the front suspension are mounted directly onto it. That’s why the monocoque structure has to be so strong and why it is such a fantastic feature of Palladio Doors.
You can see just how strong it is in this door destruction test:
See Palladio Designs
Palladio door leafs are cast from real oak timber doors which gives them the look of authentic timber. There are 26 unique design choices to choose from, with the option of solid doors or glazed panels.
All glazed panels come with Super Spacer triple glazing as standard, to maintain the impressive U-Values and thermal efficiency offered by the door leaf.
There are ten colours to choose from, including Anthracite Grey, Blue, Bog Oak, Chartwell, Green, Light Oak, Red, Rosewood and White. Plus, there’s a full hardware range in a variety of finishes so that homeowners can personalise their Palladio entrance door.
The Competition will run for every Formula 1 race throughout 2017. Here’s the Formula One 2017 race calendar:
- 26 March – Australian Grand Prix
- 9 April – Chinese Grand Prix
- 16 April – Bahrain Grand Prix
- 30 April – Russian Grand Prix
- 14 May – Spanish Grand Prix
- 28 May – Monaco Grand Prix
- 11 June – Canadian Grand Prix
- 18 June – Azerbaijan Grand Prix
- 2 July – Austrian Grand Prix
- 9 July – British Grand Prix
- 30 July – Hungarian Grand Prix
- 27 Aug – Belgian Grand Prix
- 3 Sep – Italian Grand Prix
- 17 Sep – Malaysian Grand Prix
- 1 Oct – Singapore Grand Prix
- 8 Oct – Japanese Grand Prix
- 22 Oct – USA Grand Prix
- 5 Nov – Mexican Grand Prix
- 12 Nov – Brazilian Grand Prix
- 26 Nov – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Register for Competition Updates
The competition is open now and you can enter here.
Please ensure you read the competition terms and conditions before entering.