5 years ago
As we inch closer to the Christmas period temperatures have started to plummet with some forecasters even warning us of severe snow.
Are you really feeling the cold in your house? Is your hallway always one of the draughtiest and chilliest areas? Once draughts get into your hallway they can very easily spread to other indoor spaces.
We know what you need this Christmas to keep your hallway warm and it’s one of our draught-proof composite doors. Any composite door bought from our traditional and contemporary ranges will put an instant and permanent halt to draughts.
Draught proofing is incorporated into each individual composite door that we manufacture in the factory rather than on-site as then we don’t have to fit the draught proofing at your home. This helps ensure we can install your new composite door quickly and with a guarantee that it will give you instantaneous benefits.
Our installation standards are industry-leading so there’s no possibility of the product failing in the future. If you already own a composite door and draughts get through it, you’ve got a poorly manufactured door that has been badly fitted.
The extreme thickness of a composite door frame is one of the reasons why it has such fantastic thermal insulating qualities and will allow little or no heat to escape and little or no cold air to get in. The elimination of draughts will make you far less reliant on your heating, so you can expect the cost of all future energy bills to be lower than they are at the moment.
The potential lifespan of a composite door from Essex Composite Door Shop is 35 years. Just imagine how much money you could save in that time and how many cosy Christmases you will have as a family.
Create your very own custom-made composite door today with our online door designer to slam the door shut on the weather.
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