If you’re looking to enhance the look and security of your home, there is perhaps no better way to do so than by having composite doors installed. Superior in pretty much every way to uPVC doors, composite doors offer a range of benefits to the owner.
That’s precisely what we look at here in a little more detail, so that you know exactly why they’re worth the investment. You won’t be an expert in composite doors by reading to the end, but you will better understand their value.
You Get Better Strength & Durability than uPVC
There’s a common misconception out there that uPVC are the toughest and most durable doors you can buy, but the truth is very different. They are quite robust when compared to wooden doors, but not when the comparison is made to a composite door.
Composite doors are composed of several different materials tightly bound together, making them much more durable than uPVC and require zero maintenance to remain looking great.
Composite Doors Come in a Much Greater Choice of Colours
One of the primary characteristics of uPVC is that it’s pretty much always white, regardless of the style you buy. That’s not to say that they don’t look nice when they’re new, because they do. However, when you buy a composite door, you get much greater flexibility in colour.
Whether you’re after a red, blue or green door to complement your home’s look, they’re all available and they stay looking great, whatever the british weather throws at them.
uPVC Doors Are Much Less Secure than Composite
Security is always a concern for homeowners and uPVC doors and windows are surprisingly flimsy. That’s because they typically feature a styrofoam core and the weather is known to greatly weaken uPVC door frames over time, leaving your home vulnerable to attack.
Composite doors, on the other hand, are around twice as thick as their uPVC counterparts and have a polyurethane core which is much, much harder to get through.
Composite Doors Will Save You Money
The fact is that composite doors are more energy efficient than uPVC doors and the net result of this is lower electricity or gas bills for the owner. Sure, composite doors may be a little more expensive than uPVC, but every month that goes by, they will be paying you back by helping you spend less on energy.
Being more durable too – on average lasting 10 years longer – you’re that much less likely to need to replace them and have to fork out for the cost of doing so. All things considered, they’re the better value option.
Want to Know More? Why Not Visit Us Online?
So, if you like the sound of a great-looking, energy-efficient, durable composite door for your home and you want to know more, why not visit our website www.jarrolds.net. There you’ll find our full range of products that include our stunning selection of balconies, conservatories, patio doors and windows.
Alternatively, if you would like to talk to us about your specific requirements, our friendly consultants are available on 01473 430963 and ready to help you find the perfect windows and doors. Thanks for reading, we’ll be back again soon. We hope you can join us then too.