A composite door is an exterior door made from a variety of materials, allowing homeowners such as yourself to combine the best of both worlds; the classic, stylistic appearance of a wooden door intertwined with the ultimate strong physical properties of combining wood with glass-reinforced plastic (GRP), Timber and insulating foam. The phrase ‘composite door’ is now almost synonymous with ‘entrance door’, which is unsurprising considering their fantastic resistance to extreme weather conditions and thermal insulation.With an attractive wood-grain finish in your choice of colour, composite doors are the ultimate facelift to any home exterior but without the difficulties associated with a wooden door. Requiring nothing more than a wipe down if a composite door becomes dirty, a composite door is more or less maintenance free. What’s more, don’t expect a composite door to fade in colour!
Other major benefits of these doors (when tested by the BSI & BRE) was they proved to be easy to maintain, sustain colour fastness and have a 35 year life expectancy.· Unbeatable strength – independent tests show this! · Cost effective – it will well outlast a uPVC or timber door · Widest range of A++ doors · Brilliant sound proofing quality – great for those living on busy roads · A range of door and glass designs available · Low maintenance · Various accreditations including Kitemark, Secured by Design, Sold Secure and PAS 24 · Feature the most secure locking system available · A range of high quality, stylish furniture to choose from
With so many different styles, prices, security and energy ratings available choosing the right composite door can be difficult. To create your choice, simply select a door style, the external skin colour and outer frame finish, then decide on the glass effect and finally your furniture requirements. Many of the door styles and designs can be selected with a choice of 'obscure backing glass'. Call us today, and we will discuss your options, and arrange a competitive quotation.
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