In today’s houses, there are three main types of doors used.
- uPVC Doors
- Wooden Doors
- Composite Doors
This Page will be providing you with the information you need about Composite doors.
So What Are Composite Doors?
Composite doors are the most recent innovation in the door manufacturing industry. Composite Doors were the initially designed and manufactured with large consideration going to eradicating the common floors found in doors manufactured from singular materials (such as wooden and uPVC). With this in mind, manufacturers have essentially been able to error out older designs in favour of new, stronger and more secure doors made from composite materials.
What Makes It a Composite Door?
Composite Doors (as you may have guessed) are comprised from a wide variety of materials including PVC, Insulation Material (foams etc), Glass Reinforced Plastics (GRP), wood and other such materials. These combinations of material properties tend to result with a far more strong and secure door as well as having a plethora of other qualities useful for in-home renovations.
In addition to composite doors being the highest rated in insulation, they also have the highest thermal resistance which is a massive requirement for the safety of your home.
Composite front and back doors have an incredibly high resistance to weathering and will not react or expand/contract due to seasonal changes. This makes them a better choice than solid wood doors as they are known to expand in their frames becoming stuck.
To sum up, composite doors are safer, more secure, last several times the amount of time of non-composite doors and are made from several materials than just one.
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