Why Composite Doors Are So Sturdy

As an alternative to traditional wooden doors, composite doors have a long list of benefits for homeowners. Their multi-material design means they keep homes safer, warmer and more secure year round. The fact they incorporate several high-performance components also makes them one of the most energy efficient door options available.

Unlike traditional doors, which are made from one material, composite doors are manufactured to precise measurements to ensure an excellent fit. This also helps to eliminate draughts. The outer frames and door skins are manufactured from sturdy uPVC, while the core is filled with warm thermal polyurethane foam. The combination of these materials means composite doors have exceptional insulating properties, which can help to reduce energy bills throughout the year.

Composite doors are available in a wide range of styles, so you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for your home. Many brands also offer a bespoke colour service, which allows you to pick from colours taken from the RAL chart. However, we would recommend you avoid this option if possible as the doors are sprayed with the colour and will likely chip or flake over time. Moreover, if you paint your composite door you will void any guarantees you have on it.

The uPVC and GRP used to manufacture a composite door are designed to be resistant to weathering, which makes them an ideal choice for South Wales climates. They are also designed to withstand the impact of bumps and knocks that may be dealt with by children or pets. A composite door’s surface is textured and designed to resist dirt and grime, which makes it easy to wipe down.

A key feature of a composite front door is its security, and all Everest doors are fitted with multi-point locks to protect your home from intruders. This is in addition to a strong steel reinforcement that helps to make your door as secure as possible. If you opt for a glazed door, any glass areas will be fitted with 4mm toughened safety glass to further enhance your home’s security levels.

The Everest door collection includes a wide range of styles, which is ideal for those who want to update their home with a modern front door that’s still built to last. Contemporary doors include the Richmond, Sussex, Sutherland and Bedford solid styles, which all feature large glazed panels that flood your home with light. Alternatively, the Suffolk and Cambridge style doors offer more subtle modern looks with less glazing. composite doors neath

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