Are Composite Doors Worth The Money?

Composite Front Door

If you’re in the market for a new front door, you may have come across composite doors before. While they appear to be very similar to uPVC doors, there are actually a number of benefits that composite has which outperform uPVC. Read on to discover more about what makes them a great investment.

Durable & Hard Wearing

While uPVC is by no means weak, composite outperforms it every time in terms of durability and strength. With a lifespan of around 35 years, your composite door should stand the test of time and look great for years to come. There is very little chance that composite will warp, peel or change appearance over time, and it’s very resistant to scratches and bumps. It also won’t discolour or be affected by water.

Thermally Efficient

Composite doors are made of several layers of highly thermally-efficient materials. They are composed of wood, uPVC, foam and GRP. These materials are pressed together under high pressure to sculpt the final result. As well as being made from great materials, they’re also a little thicker than standard uPVC doors, making it even harder for temperature changes to permeate them. This means that your home will suffer less heat loss, potentially reducing the amount of energy required to heat your home. It also means that they’re much more difficult to penetrate, so they’re a fantastic security measure.

White Composite Front Door

Composite Door Design

Composite doors come in a range of styles and colours, with optional glazing, security features and more. You can achieve a truly custom result and even have a style that mimics traditional wood grains and textures. There are a huge amount of colours to choose from, so you can find something that will compliment your home and look great for years to come.

For Composite Doors, Choose MAC Construction Ltd

If you’ve made the wise decision to upgrade to a composite door, look no further than MAC Construction Ltd. We stock a huge range of styles and colours and can work with you to find the best door for your needs.

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