Your front door to your home does many different roles. One of the most important roles being appearance, making your home look good on first impressions. However, a door that is secure and energy efficient is just as important.
When Do I Need To Change My Front Door?
When it comes to replacing your front door you may find that you are currently having issues with your door. These can include loss of heat from your home, door warping if its wooden, draughts and much more. Also, the appearance of the door may be affected due to years of weathering, making your home look less appealing.
Does your existing front door provide energy efficiency and great looks? If not, it could be time to upgrade your front door by using St Helens Windows. We provide a wide range of replacements doors these include composite doors and uPVC doors.
Before you decide on what door you want for our home. It is best to read about what both types of doors can offer.
Composite Door Benefits
Composite front doors are manufactured using a wide range of materials, rather than just one material. These materials are compressed together to create a more secure door profile.
Using this method composite doors become much more durable, secure and thermally efficient compared to other types of doors.
The GRP skin of the composite door is weather-resistant, it can easily fight off the weather elements throw at it. Composite doors outer skin can come with a woodgrain effect to give that natural look of a traditional wood door.
Choose from a wide range of different composite door designs, colour options including RAL colours and accessories for your new door.
Benefits of uPVC Doors
uPVC is a material that has been used by door companies for many years. Also known as unplasticised polyvinyl chloride it is one of the main materials used for the manufacturing of uPVC doors.
uPVC doors are much cheaper than traditional timber doors and aluminium doors. They require very little to no maintenance, just a quick wipe over when dirty.
UPVC doors have very good energy efficiency, they can help to reduce the cost of heating bills, as well as insulate your home.
For more information on uPVC doors and Composite doors contact one of our home improvement advisors on 01744 611203.