What is a Composite Door?
Composite doors use a wide range of different materials. These materials include glass reinforced plastic, solid timber core and PVC. Each of the materials used is for there unique properties. By fusing the materials. This provides one of the best composite doors on the market. Composite front doors use a wide range of materials. The materials become pressed and glued under high pressure. Composite front doors were created as a solution to single material doors. Single material doors tend to have more problems. Tough robust materials make up Composite front doors and back doors. Giving you the homeowner a sturdy door.
How Much is a Composite Door?
A Door price will be different for each door style and specific requirements required. Many factors will affect the final cost of the door. Things such as Door size, door style, glass, colour and accessories. All make the final price of a composite door different. We offer various styles and designs at different prices. Call or Book online today for a FREE quotation.
What Colours Do Composite Doors Come In?
We can provide over 35 different door colour choices. These include your standard colours such as red, black, blue, green, oak, white and brown. Composite front doors are available in any RAL colour. This option allows customers to have a unique coloured composite doors. Prices may vary depending on certain RAL door colours.
Are Composite Doors Coloured on Both Side?
Whilst most door companies can only supply a one-sided coloured door. St Helens Windows doors come ether one-sided or both sides coloured. With our doors, you can personalise to your liking. You can have a one-sided coloured door. Or you can have a two-sided coloured composite door. Prices will vary depending on options chosen.
What is The Difference Between a uPVC Door and a Composite Door?
Plastic is the main material for uPVC doors. GRP composite doors, on the other hand, use a range of different materials. The materials become glued and pressed under high pressure. GRP also is known as Glass Reinforced Plastic is a much better material than PVC. Counteracting problems by using tougher materials. Problems that only occur with single material doors. Such as timber and uPVC.
What are the Advantages of a Composite Door?
Here are some benefits of GRP composite doors.
- Great security features.
- Low maintenance.
- Strength and durability.
- Great soundproofing.
- Stunning appearance.
- Thermal efficient.
What Type of Locks is on a Composite Door?
The most common type of lock on composite front doors is a multi-point lock system. At St Helens Windows we use Ingenious locking systems on all of our doors. Ingenious locking systems provide a wide range of security features for peace of mind. Increase the security of your door and make your home more secure. All of our locking systems are stress tested to the highest standards.