Designs that complement any design of home from modern to traditional
Excellent Thermal Efficiency
Reduce draughts through your home and contribute to lower heating bills
A variety of Glazing options to choose from
Create privacy for your home or allow light to flood through your rooms
Super secure, with a wide choice of styles & finishes including popular woodgrain, a new uPVC front or back door can change the look and feel of your home, giving it a unique stamp of style, while offering superior thermal efficiency to reduce draughts.
Available in 14 Colours
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Strong and safe
High security locking systems
Wide range of colours, styles and finishes
Wide range of glazing options
What is the difference between wood and uPVC doors?
uPVC doors can be manufactured in a wide range of different styles and can include paint and wood finishes to complement the style of your home. With natural wooden doors there is the added factor of continual maintenance in the preparation and painting or varnishing of them? uPVC doors offer a number of benefits over wood. Firstly, the insulating properties of uPVC can help to reduce drafts in your home and prevent heat loss – which has a positive effect on your energy bills. The construction of the door and frame is also different. With a modern uPVC door, you benefit from a multi-point locking system that offers far more security than a traditional single lock on a wooden door.
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.
Are uPVC doors soundproof?
uPVC doors are very good at being soundproof due to the conducting properties of the material but it is good to note that if you live on a busy main road, whilst it may reduce it drastically it may not eliminate it all together.
UPVC doors provide improved soundproofing in several ways.
The first is through their internal structure. The UPVC shell is filled with insulating material, which is primarily designed to prevent heat loss, however it is also a very poor conductor of sound. This means that unlike a traditional wooden door, where noises are carried through a single layer, with a UPVC door, the sound waves have to travel between multiple surfaces and as such, a lot of the noise is blocked and reflected back.
The second way that a UPVC door will help reduce sound indoors is through the close seal that is formed between the door and frame. This prevents draughts from entering your home, but also removes a route for noise to get in too.
While UPVC doors are not specifically designed for soundproofing purposes, they are an effective way of reducing noise. If you have a specific requirement for noise reduction as part of your project, your installer will be able to advise you about which option is best for your needs based on their knowledge and experience.
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.