Highly durable, stunning designs
To complement your home, every entrance door is designed with symmetry and balance in mind. Using modern technology, the detailed embossed woodgrain finish, developed from oak tree grain, creates a beautifully authentic appearance.
Their Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) surface makes our composite doors exceptionally durable, protecting their look from knocks and scratches. Unlike some other doors, they don’t warp, split or twist.
Safe and secure
Holding the highest accreditations for quality and security, you can have peace of mind that the door construction, with its rigid polymer subframe, high-density CFC-free polyurethane foam core, integral security board and high impact GRP skin, will keep your property safe and secure.
All our composite doors are enhanced with an insurance-approved high security multi-point locking system as standard, ensuring your family and home are fully protected.
Our composite doors are Secured by Design accredited and tested against the security standards of PAS 24.
Excellent Thermal value, and weatherproofing
More thermally efficient than a solid timber core, with our composite doors you can be assured that the warmth is kept in and the cold is out of your home.
With such excellent insulation properties, outside noise will be kept to a minimum too.
Designed with water-resistant polymer composite rails to protect the core, your Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) skin door won’t suffer from water ingress which can result in skin delamination and other functional problems of some lesser products.
Widest Range of Colours
Our composite front doors are offered in a range of colours suiting the needs of every home and development across Plymouth, Devon and the South West.
You can select from any RAL colour, or, if you are looking for a more bespoke option, our composite doors are also available in premium colours, such as candy red, purple violet or cream.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our composite doors have a
- High-density foam core which contributes to outstanding thermal performance,
- An impact resistant Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), also called as fibreglass, surface, which protects the door from the elements, and
- A solid water resistant polymer subframe.
Due to their highly durable construction, composite doors have a very high life expectancy. With the correct maintenance on average, composite doors can last for at least 30 years. Composite doors often last longer than this, but in the first 30 years you should have no worries about replacing it.
All our products come with a ten-year insurance-backed guarantee (subject to T&C’s)
Depending on your personal preference and style, as well as the look of your house and the style of the composite door, you can select a colour that works for you and your home.
Generally, for traditional composite doors, colours, such as White, Black, Red, Oak and Rosewood, are popular choices among our customers.
When selecting a modern front door, Anthracite Grey, Black and Chartwell Green are the most popular colour options.
.. However, as they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so the choice is yours; make it your own!
As standard all doors are white on the inside or can also be coloured at an additional cost.
Our composite doors are available with a wide range of glass double and triple glazed design options. Clicking on any of our composite door styles, you can see how all glazing options look with each door style.
In addition to clear backing glass, our double glazed composite doors are available with clear backing decorative obscure and textured glass.
If you have an existing front or back door in your home it is not possible to replace the door without also replacing the frame. If we have recently installed a composite door for you, it is generally possible to replace just the door slab.
Yes, our composite doors can be completed with matching composite side panels, or glazed side panels.
Although it is possible to have a letterbox at the bottom of a door, it is highly discouraged, as low-level letterboxes contribute to unnecessary back strain to the postal workers as a result of repeatedly bending down to deliver mail.
What’s more, openings positioned at the bottom of doors pose a security risk, making thieves able to reach in and steal letters which are close to the letterbox opening.
Although both uPVC and composite doors are very versatile, composite doors are made of more robust and resilient materials, which generally makes them more expensive than a UPVC door. However, if you are looking for a bespoke coloured door, it is sometimes more cost effective to opt for a composite door as manufacturing a UPVC door with bespoke coloured profile can be costly.
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Our composite doors can be completed with a large selection of glass.
Our double-glazed units require backing glass.
Exclusive double-glazed units and triple glazed designs do not require any backing glass.
Clicking on any of our composite door designs, you can view all our glass designs available with each individual door style.
Our composite doors are manufactured to bespoke sizes. However, they do all have a ‘minimum size and maximum size’.
To find out the sizes for each individual door type, select on any of our composite door styles and scroll to the ‘Door Size’ section. To increase the height or width, frame extender (addons), side screens or top-lights can be added to the door.
Composite doors, thanks to their Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) surface, are extremely durable and resistant to splitting, peeling, flaking, cracking, and fading. Therefore, our composite doors are well-protected against sunlight.
It is not normal for a composite door to be draughty. Our composite doors are provided with a triple-sealed outer frame, including two brush gaskets and a bubble seal for outstanding weathertightness.
In case you experience draughts, ensure that the door and its hinges are installed correctly.
It is not common for composite doors to leak. However, the drainage holes of composite doors might get blocked over time causing your door to leak. Therefore, it is recommended to check and clean the drainage a couple of times a year.
When it comes to composite doors, maintenance is very simple. To keep them in their best condition, their hardware should be cleaned every month using general household cleaning products. The door and the frame should be cleaned using a soft sponge and warm soapy water, then a dry cloth. Never use harsh
chemicals as they will damage the door.
PAS 24, published by the British Standards Institute, is a standard for testing and assessing security performance of external doors and windows in the UK. Our composite doors are PAS24 accredited, which means that they are regularly tested on their quality and security by an independent, UKAS certified company. Passing this test provides proof that our products are resistant enough against an attack from an opportunistic burglar.
Secured by Design (SBD) is an official police security programme and accreditation scheme working towards the enhancement of the security of buildings and reduction of crime. Our composite doors are Secured by Design certified, meaning that our front doors are tested to DBD’s Police Preferred Specification standards by an independent company.
On average, supply and fit services for composite doors has a lead time of around 6-12 weeks from the date of the survey.
Please note; the lead time can vary due to unforeseen circumstances.
On average, our supply only service for composite doors has a lead time of around 2-3 weeks from the date of the order being placed and payment made.
Please note; the lead times can vary due to unforeseen circumstances.