5 reasons why a composite door is the best choice for your home
A front door is literally the gateway to your home. We all have one, and so maybe we take for granted its importance in creating the right feel for your home; providing security for your home and helping to save you money by being energy efficient. This is where composite doors come in, being the best doors on the market for your home.
Here’s our top 5 reasons why
Composite doors are -without doubt- the most secure door you can choose. They are made from reinforced materials to provide superior strength. They also come with multi-point locking systems that will deter intruders and create a solid entrance for your home.
Due to the GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) skins used on composite doors, they are a long-lasting product, standing strong against the elements. These skins also mean that composite doors do not require repainting and, at Elegant Windows, ours come with a 10 year guarantee for your peace of mind! Don’t waste time on a wooden door that may rot or end up with chipped paint – go straight for a composite door.
There are many practical reasons why composite doors are an excellent choice, but that does not mean you have to compromise on design! Composite doors are available in a wide array of colours and styles, meaning you can fully customise the door to suit the feel and look of your home.
A composite door will last for around 30 years, and during this time it will be incredibly simple to look after and maintain, even through the harshest of weathers. These doors are resistant to cracking, warping and discolouring, meaning all they require from you is a quick wipe whenever you see a build-up of dirt – how easy is that!
For added value for money, a composite door is comprised a foam core which provide barriers against heat transfer. Throw that draft excluder away and embrace a door that will help keep your home cosy, whilst acting to help keep your energy bills low.
We can’t deny that composite doors are initially more expensive than their uPVC counterparts; however, for all of the benefits they offer, a composite door is clearly the wise investment.