Is the exterior of your house looking a bit jaded and in need of modernising?  With one simple change (and maybe a lick of paint to compliment) you could do just that.

Introducing composite doors…

Unlike uPVC doors, composite doors are not all plastic.  They are made up of a range of materials which once put together, create a secure, warm and great looking front door.

Installing a composite door has many benefits – not only do they look stunning visually, they generally require less maintenance and are super efficient at keeping heat in/out of your house.  Composite doors also offer a more secure option than your regular uPVC doors due to the fact that they are re-enforced with multiple layers of varying materials.

 

Additionally, composite doors are extremely resistant to weather damage, meaning the lifespan of your new door is extended significantly.  They do not fade or discolour easily – in fact our doors have a 10 year colour guarantee – a bonus when it comes to maintaining the exterior of your property.

Aside from the benefits above, composite doors come in an extremely broad selection of colours, styles, finishes and designs.  The different materials used allow the designs to be eye-catching and modern with sleek lines and stylish features – but that does not affect the security or weather resistance at all.

If you are interested in seeing our range, visit our door builder and design your new front door online today.  If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to have a chat.

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