Timber, UPVC or Composite Doors?
When looking for a new door, there are a variety of choices that can suit the appearance of your home. UPVC doors tend to be the most economical and require little maintenance. Plus, a correctly installed uPVC door are more thermally efficient than the traditional timber. However, the downside to uPVC is that they are not always the strongest when comparing with other options.
A timber door has a traditional aesthetic and can be very stylish for your home. However, they can be expensive and come with a risk of warping over time. That means that they require a lot of maintenance to keep that stylish appearance.
For a well-rounded door, composite doors are usually much easier to maintain and come with a variety of other advantages. Plus, composite doors are a durable option and come in a broad assortment of colours to match your home. They are a stylish door that stands up to the rigours of a modern family home.
How To Choose?
When looking to buy a new front door, we understand that it is necessary to choose a door suited to your home and preference. Therefore, if you are looking for an economically quality door, uPVC is an excellent choice compared to a more expensive composite or timber door.
Composite doors are available with a natural wood grain texture, giving you an authentic feel of a timber door. They come in a comprehensive range of colours that make it look very fashionable and suitable for any home. They’re easy to maintain, weather-resistant and sturdy, making them an excellent choice for your home.
Composite Door Benefits
Composite doors come in a wide variety of styles, designs and colours. Therefore, there is a spectrum of designs to match your home. Having a high-quality composite door as part of your property over a less efficient door allows you to express your personality in your home. Composite doors come with a range of benefits listed below.
- Reduce Energy Bills
- Thermal Efficient
- Different Colours and Finishes
- Reduce Carbon Footprint
- Easy to clean