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Would you like to upgrade your front door? There are various options available to you but none quite as preferred as composite doorways. But why is this type of doorway the nation’s preferred and why would you consider this for your own home?

There are many reasons to pick a composite door. First of all they look amazing and there's a wide range of choice in the design and style to select from. If you desire a modern day appeal then you can get exactly that, with contemporary designs to go together with the times. However, if you want the charm of standard front doors, you can also find Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian designs to select from.

On top of this you'll be able to choose a colour that perfectly fits your household. Whether you select a classic white or black door, or would prefer the daring red, blue or green, the ultimate decision is up to you.

But how about the composite door’s additional features? As well as a strong visual appeal, you take advantage of superb insulation and a durable, resistant installation. The construction of the door makes sure heat is not able to pass thorough and exit your house, cutting down your expensive energy bills.

Composite doors are produced to withstand impacts and the weather too, lasting for decades with virtually no maintenance. A GRP (Glass reinforced plastic) skin helps you to protect the front door making certain it continues to look great for countless years to come.

Average Composite front doors cost in Bristol

The average cost of Composite front doors is £950. Costs alter based upon the materials and the firm chosen. The upper price range can be as high as £1092.5. The material costs are normally about £237.5

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Prices based on actual Composite front doors costs for Bristol, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Composite front doors installation cost in Bristol 2022

Labour cost £665
Material cost £238
Waste removal £48
Time frame: 1-2 days

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Composite front doors Projects in Bristol in June 2022

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Bristol

Bristol is a big city within the South West of Great Britain, having a populace of 433,000. The city has been built around the well-known River Avon and figures greatly for employment, education and culture. Having a top ranking university too, the city draws in a beneficial tourism industry and housing displays its historic past. it's easy to see the blend of medieval period houses to modern day day properties over the city.

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31 Jan

Doors | External | Composite

Bristol - BS1

Enquiry from: Sandra D

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i need a fire door to be fitted, measuring 84.5 x 36. i would prefer the door to have glass on the upper half but it's not essential. are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) is the buil...

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02 Jan

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Bristol - BS20

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09 Sep

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Bristol - BS3

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10 Jan

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Bristol - BS16

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15 Nov

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Bristol - BS39

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14 May

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Bristol - BS34

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28 Apr

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14 Feb

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Bristol - BS15

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04 Feb

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Bristol - BS14

Enquiry from: Rob H

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Hello. I'm looking for a rough quote on a composite cottage door, half clear glass, 900 x 2020. Not looking for anyone to come around at this point. Thanks, Rob

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30 Jan

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Bristol - BS15

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Bristol - BS16

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05 May

Doors | External | Composite

Bristol - BS5

Enquiry from: Paul D

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Remove existing fire door replace with a new Fd30 plus closer seals and fittings hinges locks etc

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26 Jan

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Bristol - BS30

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21 Jan

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Bristol - BS9

Enquiry from: Dominic B

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11 Jan

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Bristol - BS36

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10 Jan

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Bristol - BS16

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08 Jan

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Bristol - BS32

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08 Jan

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Bristol - BS4

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new front door to replace existing wooden door. will require new frame and surround and possibly new glazed window in place above existing door.

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26 Dec

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Bristol - BS16

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FAQs

are upvc or composite doors better?

We’ve all heard the common phrase that first impressions matter most. Well, this expression also applies to your home. When people arrive at your home, the door is the first thing they come in contact with and that speak volumes about the impression they’ll have about you. In modern times, there’s a large variety of choices when it comes to choosing a front door for your home in terms of style and design - from distinctive and alluring wood finish effect to elegant stained glass patterns. These are all important when it comes to choosing a front door, but one of the most significant factors is the material.

Both uPVC and composite doors have their advantages and disadvantages, so choosing one may rest on the purpose of installing the door.

UPVC Doors:

Pros

• Cost - Although composite doors are certain to deliver a great value for money, the initial spending on uPVC is lower and doesn’t put much strain on your budget

• Little Maintenance - The maintenance of a uPVC door does not go beyond wiping any stains with a damp cloth. However, this should be done carefully and regularly as extended neglect can lead to discolouration over time

Cons

• Styles - When it comes to styles, uPVC doors has a considerable lower style options compared to composite doors.

Composite Doors:

Pros

• Finishes - Composite doors offer a wider range of finishes than uPVC doors and as such, deliver greater versatility in showcasing your home’s character.

• Energy Efficient - Made from various materials glued together under intense pressure, composite doors happen to be thicker than uPVC doors and hence, a bit more energy efficient.

• Improved Security - Although both doors offer a great level of security, composite doors (due to its robust construction) are a bit more superior in this area.

Cons

• Cost - Although composite doors offer an immense value for money, the fact still remains that they’ll also stretch your budget more than uPVC doors.

what are composite doors made of?

As the name suggests, composite doors are made up of multiple components or materials which includes uPVC and foam or solid timber core, just to mention a few. Individual materials incorporated manufacturing a composite door plays their own important role with unique properties which are perfectly blended to give the strongest and most durable door materials currently available in the market. These materials are pressed and glued together as they’re subjected to high pressure conditions.

The need to counteract the weaknesses found in most single material doors, ultimately gave birth to the development of composite doors - which puts together several materials with specific properties to cancel out each others’ excesses or weaknesses. Purchasing a composite door means a valuable investment in a sturdy door frame manufactured using the toughest and most robust materials. In other words, you’re increasing the security of your home, enjoying the weatherproofing qualities of the door and also giving you a peace of mind knowing both your loved ones and properties are safe, well protected and secured. Apart from the materials used in making the door, you’re also provided with an array of choices when it comes to the personalization of the door to your needs and taste. You can choose from a variety of colours, woodgrain effects, textures as well as finishes.

Overall, composite doors also requires little maintenance and are very durable. Due to the modern techniques used in manufacturing a composite door, the colour as well as beauty is guaranteed to last a very long time. What’s more? Generally, the composite is weather and fade resistant so you won’t have to worry about spending either time or money for the care or maintenance of your door even after frequent or heavy usage.

Can you paint composite doors?

Composite doors have coloured skins rather than a coloured coating on their surface. This means that their colour is long-lasting and they don’t need repainting. If you want to change the colour of your composite door it’s best to ask the manufacturer about the best way to do this. This is because different composite doors are finished in different ways.

what type of lock is on a composite door?

Do you have a composite door and wondering the best type of lock that can be used on your prized asset. To choose the right type of lock for a composite door, it’s of utmost importance to select one that’s designed to work perfectly with the composite configuration. By doing this, you’ll improve the security of your home while also achieving the desired look. To secure a composite door, the most common way is by incorporating a high security multipoint lock. Therefore, depending on the look you want for your door as well as how you want it to function, here are the four types of locks you can consider to go with your composite door.

• Split Spindle Lock

A split spindle lock would be your best bet if you’d like to automatically prevent access to your home from the outside. This lock allows you to open your door smoothly by utilizing the inside handle, however, you’ll need a key to turn the latch bolt to gain access back inside.

• Lever or Lever Lock

If you want an unhindered access in and out of your property, a lever lock gives you this opportunity without the need for a key until it’s totally deadlocked. The lever lock is installed to the back door which makes unauthorized entry even less likely.

• Slam Lock

If you’d prefer a super fast locking, then this lock type is your answer! It automatically triggers the lock hooks immediately you close the door - without having to lift the handle. However, to gain access to the inside of your home or bolt the door from the inside, you’ll need a key.

• Key Wind-Up Lock

This lock is wholly key operated and totally handle-free. Immediately the door is closed, the latch bolt will be automatically activated, ensuring that a key would be needed to gain access back inside.

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