New Year, New Door? Keep your home safe and secure in 2018

If you’re going into the New Year wanting to refresh your home, or just want to update its security, then why not invest in one of our composite doors. We offer modern and traditional models in an array of designs.

Our composite doors feature a sophisticated multi-point locking mechanism. They combine a resilient frame with a tamper-proof locking system, that makes a composite door a formidable addition to any home. Not to mention our doors come in an array of colours and styles with various glazing options, you will be spoilt for choice!

Here at Essex Composite Door Shop, we are continuously trying to achieve a door that promises complete protection from intrusion. We offer a Door Stop ERA lock, as standard, that is so hard to break we’re confident enough to give you a Secure Guarantee that is valid for 10 years.

If you are looking for an instant wow factor for your home for 2018 a brand new composite door will surely do that. Keep you and yours safe throughout 2018 and design your own bespoke door today!


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