4 years ago
As it’s one of the first things that people see, we don’t think homeowners can be reminded enough of the importance of having a front door that creates an entrancing entrance.
View your front door as a statement piece, a crucial feature that far from just enabling you to get in and out of your home, should be inviting and could well make or break its appearance.
It is vital that the door style you have is harmonious with the overall character of the building. What you don’t want is an entrance door that looks completely out of place.
Keep this in mind when replacing your existing front door – you need the right door for the right setting.
If your reason for visiting our website is because you’re currently door shopping, you may be wondering whether you’re best choosing one of our modern or traditional designs.
Firstly, you will notice that all of our doors are composite doors. The great thing about composite doors is that the material can work with both traditional and modern style houses.
There are several other selling-points to them too.
They have the appearance of timber, but offer modern door performance, and don’t need the maintenance that timber doors need. They’re also incredibly thick.
It helps that a composite door can also be coated in just about any colour. UPVC doors on the other hand are only available in white, and a few other limited colour options.
Our traditional composite doors have various design traits, including curved lines, raised panels, ornate glazing, sidelights etc.
In comparison, you can differentiate our modern composite doors from our traditional offerings by their clean lines, uncomplicated designs, Geometric styling, and muted, but jazzy look.
It might sound like we are trying to avoid giving a definitive answer to the title of this blog piece, but we’re not. What we’re trying to tell you is that whatever composite door you buy from the Essex Composite Door Shop, you can’t go wrong!
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