Reduce the sound from nearby roads to enjoy a more peaceful environment
High Security Locking System
Improved security and protection for your home and family
Reduced Maintenance Materials
No need to worry about swelling or rot as with traditional timber doors
Composite Doors offer outstanding energy efficiency and weather resistance, without the time-consuming maintenance of traditional wooden doors. Add impressive security credentials and designs that look like timber, and these doors are ideal for any home.
AVAILABLE IN 4 COLOURS
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What’s the difference between composite and uPVC doors?
uPVC doors are made out of a single material whereas composite doors are made from a number of materials which are pressed and glued together. uPVC doors are a popular choice in homes across the country because they provide a good balance between security, insulation, and cost. Composite doors are significantly more expensive than uPVC doors, which is why uPVC remains the most popular choice of door.
What sizes of front doors are available?
uPVC door frames can be customised to meet your design preferences and can fit most standard doorways. Your installer will measure the size available and talk to you about the different options available for your home.
Doors themselves are available in a variety of different heights and widths. These doors can then be combined with various thicknesses of frame in order to fit your home.
The shape and size of your door will usually be governed by the available size of the aperture where it will be fitted. If you have a much larger than average doorway, then you might consider either a wider door, or to include a glazed panel next to the door to improve the amount of light coming into your hallway. You may also want to consider a double door design, the possibilities are nearly endless about how you can transform the entrance to your house to create the perfect look to complement your taste.
What are composite doors made from?
Composite doors are made from a number of materials which are pressed and glued together, these materials include PVC, wood, insulating foam and GRP (glass reinforced plastic).
The advantage of composite doors is that the different materials that are used in their manufacture serve different purposes and improve the security and safety of the door. Composite doors are attractive, solid, and can be made in a wide variety of different styles. The different materials are combined to bring a number of advantages to you including improved energy efficiency and lightness without compromising strength.
Your installer will be able to advise you about the full range of composite doors that we offer and help you choose a design which best complements the style of your home.
Is there a cost difference if I choose a colour on one or both sides of my product?
Yes, if you choose any other colour rather then 'standard white' as a colour internally or externally there is an extra cost. Visit our visualiser to get an estimate for your home improvement or speak to your local installer for further detail.