Composite doors have fast become the front door of choice for homeowners across the West Midlands. Crafted using a variety of materials, and using the latest advancements in technology, it’s not hard to see why they’ve risen to prominence over the last few years. Composite doors feature a remarkable insulating and secure foam core intelligently enclosed by a durable Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin.
This intelligent design makes composite doors resistant to weathering and virtually maintenance-free, so your door will look its best for many enjoyable years to come. With a range of design options, composite doors always impress, but what are their benefits?
With an insulating foam core and strong outer frame, the multi-layered composition of a composite door provides strength and resilience. This makes it perfect for residential use in any environment.
A-rated as standard, our composite doors will keep your home as comfortable as possible. Heat won’t escape and the cold can’t get in so you will enjoy lower bills and a warmer home. All of our composite doors are supplied with double glazing as standard, with the option to upgrade to triple glazing in some cases for even greater thermal insulation.
One of the biggest draws of a composite door is that it doesn’t require time-consuming and costly maintenance in order to keep it in perfect condition. Unlike traditional timber doors, composite doors are not prone to not fading, warping, or cracking and you don’t need to worry about repainting. A simple wipe down with a damp, soapy cloth will keep your door looking as good as new.
Whether you opt for one of our contemporary composite front doors or a more traditional one; you can guarantee that it will add a striking appearance to the front of your home.
Traditional composite doors are ideal for older properties or for adding a classic twist to a more contemporary property. Traditional composite doors are perfect for homeowners looking for a higher class of front without compromising on the classic appearance of their home. Utilising the benefits of uPVC and double glazing with a more classic look makes these doors an ideal solution for many homeowners.
Contemporary composite doors are ideal for modern homes, but they can also add an eclectic twist to more traditional properties. Contemporary composite doors are perfect for homeowners looking for a high-class front door that compliments the ultramodern appearance of their home.
As well as providing superb energy efficiency, a composite door’s structure makes it the perfect choice for busy areas and main roads. Unwanted noise is reduced so you can enjoy your home in peace and quiet no matter where you live.
The enhanced security of a composite door is another reason it’s such a popular choice. Our composite doors offer superb protection against intrusion with anti-drill, anti-pick, and anti-snap cylinder locks.
For even further peace of mind, all of the composite doors that we supply and fit are approved by the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Secured by Design scheme. Set up in 1989 to combat the significant rise in burglary, over the last 30 years more than one million homes have been built to SBD standards, reducing crime by an astonishing 60%.
We use 3 industry-leading composite door manufacturers to give our customers the most choice possible in order to find the right replacement door solution for their home.
Apeer: Apeer doors are chosen by homeowners who appreciate exceptional craftsmanship, timeless elegance, and built-to-last quality. Available in a range of styles available in both 44mm single rebate & 70mm double rebate options, Apeer composite doors are highly secure. Find out more here.
To add the finishing touches to your door we have a range of attractive and secure hardware. Choose from letter plates, knockers and handles in white, back, gold, chrome, or silver to match to your style.
If you’d like to enhance your home with a beautiful composite door or any other home renovations from windows and conservatories to roofline products, DW Windows are here to help you. Use our online form or get in touch today for a free, no-obligation quote.
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