4 years ago
When replacing your old front door at the present time, you have never had as much choice as you have nowadays. Tall, small, partially glazed, completely solid doors – these are just some of the many options you have available.
You also have replacement doors that are crafted from different forms of material, and one of them happens to a composite material, specifically a material made from two or more constituent materials.
It will come as no shock to you, considering the name of our company that we believe composite doors are the best substitute for any old door when you look at the overall set of benefits they offer.
The use of several materials to manufacture a composite door (including a proportion of wood) makes a composite door frame incredibly thick, much thicker than your ordinary door frame.
Having a thicker door will vastly reduce the chances of someone breaking into your property as this thickness will make it practically impossible for someone to force a locked composite door open.
Composite doors really look the part! You could easily mistake a composite door for a traditional timber door as the frame has a very prominent and realistic wood effect.
This stylishness won’t diminish over time either, eliminating the need for maintenance. When the door gets dirty, you will only need to take a wet cloth to it to remove any marks – the paint brush can be left alone.
Do you feel a cold draught coming through your current front door? The installation of a composite door will put an end to that and better insulate your hallway.
Our composite doors have superbly low U-Values and by keeping out draughts and promoting heat gain, they will keep your energy costs down. During the lifespan of a composite door, you could save a huge amount of money.
If you visit our Home Page, you can see our best-selling composite doors. Each of these designs will provide the above benefits and more…
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