Composite doors have emerged as the latest trend in door manufacturing. Traditionally, timber was the material of choice for doors until uPVC became the more economical and low-maintenance alternative for front and back doors. However, composite doors have now entered the market, offering a combination of materials that provide the benefits of both.
Composite doors have become the most popular choice in the UK, offering the benefits of multiple materials. While uPVC doors are limited by their singular material, composite doors combine different materials to provide a range of benefits.
Composite doors are just as easy to maintain as uPVC, but they look even better with their moulded wood-effect grain that resembles timber. If you want a front door that will be long-lasting and maintain its polished exterior, composite doors are a better investment compared to uPVC doors, which remain a popular choice.
Our Entrance composite doors offer low maintenance as they do not swell and do not require painting. They have an oak tree grain finish, available in a range of colours, and are designed to prevent twisting and warping. These doors come with a 10-year guarantee for both structure and surface finish.
Our doors also provide superior security, with locks that have been independently tested to PAS 24 and Part Q standards. They come with the Winkhaus Trulock locking system and the Brisant Ultion 3 Star security cylinder, which provides a £1000 guarantee against burglar attacks. Upgraded hardware options are available, including automatic locking and electronic access controls.
Our composite doors are also thermally efficient, with a high-density, foam insulated core that is proven to be 19% more thermally efficient than 48mm solid timber core composite doors and 17% more efficient than traditional timber doors. They help keep heat locked inside your home, reducing energy loss and costs.