Composite Doors - Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Composite Door?
A composite door is a made up of a variety of materials, with the modern uPVC providing superior strength and endurance to the door compared to single material doors. Composite doors have a high resistance to weather, will not react to seasonal changes unlike a single material door and require no upkeep other than a simple wipe down if it gets a bit dirty. Long lasting, even if a composite door does get scratched, because it is the same colour throughout the uPVC, you can usually polish out any surface scratches.
What is a composite door made from?
Composite doors are made of uPVC, timber, insulating foam and toughened safety glass. The variety of materials, along with the uPVC, provide a well-designed, superior quality door over the other alternatives.
Composite vs uPVC doors: Are Composite Doors better than uPVC?
All of our doors are fabricated in the UK to the highest accredited standards for security and weather ratings. Composite doors are available in a vast array of designs and colours with a beautiful timber effect finish meaning they offer a more aesthetically pleasing option for a front entrance door.
What are typical composite door prices?
Composite doors can range from £1200 to £1800 inc. VAT, depending on the type of design available. We can help provide you with a quote on our range of classic and contemporary composite front doors. Get in touch for a free quote.
How long does it take to fit a composite door?
On average, a single door will take around 3-4 hours to install. This is finish dependent.