Composite front doors
Are you looking to replace your front door? There are many options available to you but none quite as popular as composite doors. But why is this type of door the nation’s favourite and why should you consider it for your own home?
There are many reasons to choose a composite door. First of all they look fantastic and there is a wide range of choice in both design and style to choose from. If you want a modern appeal then you can get exactly that, with contemporary designs to go hand in hand with the times. But if you prefer the appeal of traditional front doors, then there are Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian designs to select from.
On top of this you can pick a colour that perfectly matches your home. Whether you go for a traditional white or black front door, or would prefer the bold red, blue or green, the ultimate decision is yours.
But what about the composite door’s other features? As well as a strong visual appeal, you benefit from excellent insulation and a hardwearing, resistant installation. The construction of the door ensures heat is unable to pass thorough and exit your property, reducing your expensive energy bills.
Composite doors are manufactured to resist impacts and the weather too, lasting for decades with virtually no maintenance. A GRP (Glass reinforced plastic) skin helps to protect the front door ensuring it continues to look great for many years to come.
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Composite front doors activity in September 2017
Composite front doors Projects in the UK in September 2017
|August 2017||July / August|
|Yorkshire & Humber||640||19%|
|East Of England||500||-11%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy rating based on how efficient they are and ratings are presented in the information below. This varies from A, the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have less expensive energy bills as more heat will be kept in the house. It is possible to improve your home's efficiency with insulation including double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.