When you want a new entrance door, it’s important to make the right decision. When you’re looking for the best in style, security, and energy efficiency; a composite door is for you. A recent industry report found that composite doors now account for over 50% of the UK entrance door market. The report also suggests that this share could further increase to two thirds in the next few years.
So why are composite doors quickly becoming the entrance door of choice for so many homeowners? Let’s have a closer look.
Composite doors features and specifications
As its name suggests, a composite door is made from a combination of several components. A solid frame is filled with high density foam for excellent thermal and acoustic insulation. This is then coated with a glass reinforced polymer (GRP) skin which provides a durable, low maintenance, and aesthetically attractive finish. Finally, your composite door can be personalised with a range of door furniture chosen by you.
Composite doors from Kingfisher Windows feature:
- Argon gas filled glass units
- Wide choice of RAL colours
- Selection of decorative and textured glass options
- Double or triple glazed glass sections
- Excellent insulation capacity
- Warm edge spacer bars
- PAS 24 security accreditation
With such excellent qualities, it’s perhaps no surprise that composite doors are now so popular with UK homeowners.
Composite doors designed for your home
At Kingfisher Windows, we can design and manufacture bespoke composite doors to meet your exact requirements. All our composite doors are made to measure and you can opt for one of our contemporary or traditional styles to perfectly suit your property. Choose your door’s size, colour, glazing, and hardware to create a unique entrance door for your home.
Your front door is the first impression people get when they arrive at your home. Make sure it’s a good one with a new composite door from Kingfisher Windows. For more information on our composite doors or any of our products or services call Kingfisher Windows on 0800 58 59 45 or contact us online.