5 years ago
We promise that we haven’t gone mad when we suggest that you buy a brand new composite door to help build up the amount of cash you have at your disposal for securing Christmas gifts for your loved ones.
Currently, you may be wasting lots of your money by remaining loyal to your front and/or rear door as it could be the prominent cause of heat loss from your home. Once old doors age, they become less and less capable of keeping the heat generated by your boiler inside the house, forcing you to turn to your boiler for essential warmth. Excess boiler usage then results in energy costs going up.
You can turn to things like weather-strips and draught excluders to try and solve the issue, but they will be nowhere near as effective as the fitting of one of our thermally efficient composite door designs.
Our full range of traditional and contemporary composite doors offers an outstanding level of thermal efficiency, achieving exceptionally low U-values; the lower the U-value, the better the thermal efficiency.
Once any of our designs have been incorporated into your entranceway your hallway will feel so much warmer as heat loss will be vastly reduced. This will make you less reliant on your heating, reducing the cost of your energy bills in the process, leaving you with more pennies to spend elsewhere. The energy savings made during the lengthy duration of the door’s lifespan are likely to cover the initial cost of buying the door – they’ll be that significant!
Money will also be saved on door maintenance as a composite door requires virtually none of it. The outer skin of a composite door is weather-resistant and you will only need to give it a wipe with a damp cloth to remove any dirtiness and marks. Compare this to a timber door which you regularly need to treat either by repainting the wood or repairing the frame, something that obviously costs a lot of money over time.
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