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Composite doors are the newest type of door used in homes. They have been designed taking into consideration the common flaws experienced in singular material doors. Using a combination of materials which have been selected for their beneficial properties, composite doors allow for the old flaws to be effectively ‘designed out’.
Composite doors are made up from a variety of materials, including uPVC, wood, insulating foam and GRP (glass reinforced plastic). The combination of materials results in a door that is very strong and secure, allowing you to enhance your home with a door design that brings the best in performance, appearance, and value to your home.
Composite back and front doors have a high resistance to weathering and will not react to seasonal changes like a singular material door. Composite doors have a higher thermal resistance than wooden doors, due to the insulating foam core, which means that they perform to a standard that completely outclasses their traditional counterparts.
A composite door is designed to appear as a wooden door, with an attractive wood grain, but thanks to the materials used, it won’t fade, discolour or require any maintenance beyond wiping with a damp cloth if it gets dirty. Not only does this make things as practical as possible for you, it also allows these doors to uphold and impressive lifespan to bring lasting value.
To offer you the best in traditional function and modern performance, the composite door design intelligently captures the look of a traditional wooden door through a beautiful woodgrain foil. This means that you’ll be able to bring a period feel to your home without having to worry about any of the maintenance setbacks that normally accompany the material.
Choose from a wide range of beautiful colours to capture a composite door look that suits your home and your property style. This includes Red, Grey, Chartwell Green, Black, Blue, Cream, Dark Wood, Poppy Red, Oak, White, Duck Egg, Green. These colours comprise a beautiful woodgrain foil to ensure you get a beautiful finish.
Getting the right glass design for your composite door is the ideal way for you to enjoy a complete door build that suits your tastes and your needs. Whether you’re looking for something that brings an ornate feel, or something that comprises a frosted design to reduce natural light allowance and increase privacy, we’ll have something to suit.
All of our composite doors are made bespoke to your property, which means that you can rest assured that you’re going to be getting the perfect fit. With this, you’ll be able to choose from range of door styles, colours, glass options, hardware options, and opening configurations to offer an investment that is sure to bring lasting value time and time again.
Although our composite doors have a wooden look in tow, they will require minimal input from you to ensure they are looking and performing their best. You won’t have to worry about any sanding, painting or varnishing to prevent any cracking, warping, or bowing over time that usually accompanies a wooden door that is exposed to the elements.
Customise your new composite door right down the detail with our selection of hardware options, including hinges, letterboxes and door knobs. With this in mind, you’ll be able to really tie your door design together to make sure it complements your home. It won’t matter if your property is modern, traditional, period, or heritage, you’ll get the ideal fit.
Get in touch today for a free planning and design consultation for your composite door project. A member of our team will be on hand to assist you with the planning process and giving you more information on our full range of composite door products.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with us via our online contact form to speak to a member of our team. We can answer any questions that you may have regarding our products or prices and the planning and design services we offer
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