Don’t be Afraid of Colour!


Investing in a coloured door isn’t something to be afraid of! In fact, adding a splash of colour to your house front will dazzle guests and leave them in awe of where you live. All doors within our broad range can be supplied in one of several coloured finishes. We have colours to complement any home.If you’re not sure what colour to choose, then viewing our broad colour palette would be the best place to start. We have a plethora of colours to choose from for your composite doors. They feature a mix of vibrant finishes and a more conservative selection of door shades. It is imperative that you choose a colour that shows your home off in the best possible light.

Once the chosen colour has been applied to your composite door, you can guarantee a maintenance free future! Your new door boasts enduring weather-resistance, so there’s no chance of the finish ever fading and needing a fresh coat of paint. Any dirt and grime that covers the surface, can easily be wiped away with a soapy wet cloth.

You can design your perfect custom composite door, with our easy to use door designer today!


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