5 years ago
Colour brightens your mood, it’s a proven fact. So why not transform your door with a splash of colour for the summer. All of our composite doors, within our broad range, are available in one of several coloured finishes. They are virtually maintenance free and boast a timber door effect without the tiring and expensive maintenance. We have colours to complement any Essex home.
A Broad Colour Palette
Here at Essex Composite Door Shop, we are continuously trying to produce a highly assorted mix of colours for our composite doors. You can choose from very vibrant finishes or a more low-key selection of door shades. Make sure you choose a colour that shows your home off in the best possible light.
Most door colours start to peel or wear away after a while, due to weather or other variables. However, the colour you choose for your composite door will offer enduring weather-resistance. This ensures that it will never need a fresh coat of paint, or fade with time. Any dirt that builds up on the finish can easily be wiped away with a wet soapy cloth.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised to find out that our composite doors aren’t actually made from timber! In fact, all our finishes embody an evident woodgrain effect, which promises lasting beauty and effectively mimics the look of a traditional wooden door.
You can design your perfect custom composite door, with our easy to use door designer today!
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