What are the benefits of Composite doors?
Composite door popularity has grown massively in recent years.
There is now a vast range of different door designs of doors and colours available. Other features, like quality and security, have also improved over the past few years. Even though composite doors are still relatively new to the UK market, they can outperform doors made from other materials. Furthermore, because composite doors are a new entity, there is a wide range of benefits which can make them a great addition to your property.
Here is a list of benefits of composite doors.
How are composite doors made?
Most composite doors are manufactured using a GRP skin and are ether foam-filled or made with a solid wooden core. Solid core composite doors consist of a high pressured compressed wood making the door very strong and durable. A foam-filled composite door is filled with foam to provide strength, durability and a certain level of thermal efficiency.
A GRP skin is the outer protection for the composite door, designed to protect the door from elements. The Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) allows the door to last for years, making the composite door good value for your money.
How do you maintain composite doors?
One of the good thing about composite doors is that they are easy to keep clean and maintain. Furthermore, older doors like timber doors require occasional painting and re-varnishing. Timber doors are much higher maintenance. To give your composite door a clean use a damp nice soft cloth with warm water. Do not to use abrasives or strong cleaning chemicals as this could remove the paint and damage the door.
Which type of composite doors are the best?
Composite doors can come in a wide range of different designs and colours they are durable and secure too. Furthermore, they give homeowners a chance to match their chosen door to their home with a choice of door styles, glass designs, RAL colours and finishings.
So this is why a composite door is a perfect choice for most homeowners.