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We install composite doors across Blandford, Poole, Bournemouth, Canford Cliffs, Sandbanks, Westbourne, Wimborne, Shaftesbury, Gillingham, Sherborne, Dorchester, Yeovil, and surrounding areas.
Our composite doors are made from layers of insulating, modern materials. They have a high-density foam core, offering excellent strength and thermal performance. Their durable Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin protects them from the elements. GRP is the same material that is used to make the hull of lifeboats – demonstrating just how tough it really is!
Composite doors offer the look and feel of a timber door without any of the inherent problems, such as cracking, bowing or twisting. They also don’t require painting due to their colour fast coasting. This means that unlike timber, composite doors are incredibly low maintenance. An occasional wipe over with a damp cloth will restore the door to its original finish.
All of our composite doors are available in a beautiful range of standard colours and woodgrain foils, enabling you to bring a personal touch to your home sooner and easier. This includes colour matching to the frame to ensure a stunning seamless look.
The glazing cassettes that we offer are designed to perfectly complement the composite doors that we install, which means you are sure to enjoy the benefits of a seamless aesthetic that continues to deliver long after installation.
The letterbox is a staple of any door. All of the letterboxes we fit are designed to suit the Royal Mail standard and can be customised to suit a wide range of tastes and property styles. This element is sure to be a perfect fit for your door.
Our handles are designed for ease of operation, available in a range of styles and colours to suit your door of choice. Alongside this, they are manufactured using premium grade materials to ensure they last the test of time.
High-security, multipoint locking systems are fitted into the composite door frame to ensure there is a consistent standard of security across the whole build. This means that there aren’t any weakspots that can be used as a point of leverage.
Our composite doors are sourced form market leaders, Emplas. They use a range of materials enclosed in a GRP skin. This design means that they can benefit from the best qualities each one has to offer. They provide excellent thermal efficiency, security and sound insulation. Our composite doors are, quite simply, the best, low-maintenance alternative to timber.
Secured by Design handles and hardware
High performance GRP skin defends against the elements
Wide variety of colours and finishes to choose from
Material 20% more thermally efficient than timber
Authentic but low maintenance timber appearance
Our composite doors colour collection is vast. It has been specially designed to help you put together the perfect colour palette for your new entrance. Every home is different, and our beautiful range of colours combines muted shades and bolder options, to harmonise with all styles.
We use an intelligently designed, through-colour system on this range. This means that whatever shade you choose for your door will resist fading. The system will keep your composite doors looking good for years to come.
Not only do we offer numerous colour options, but our range is also available in many different styles. There are also various combinations of glazed and solid panels. We even provide several decorative and obscure glass styles.
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High Security, Multipoint Locking
Authentic Woodgrain Effect Finish
Wide Range of Colours Available
Stainless Steel Door Hinges
Double and Triple Glazing Options
Optional Low Threshold
Robust, High Performance Gaskets
High-Density Polyurethane Foam Core
Thermoset GRP Skin
Secured by Design Approved Features
Are you looking to upgrade the doors in your home with our composite doors? We offer a beautiful collection of the composite doors that can be customised to suit the style of your home. Whether you live in a modern new build or a period cottage, we have a composite front or back door for your home.
Start your free online quote using our door cost calculator and receive your competitive door price in minutes. Follow the steps and design your dream door with us today. Alternatively, if you still need help choosing the right door for your home call us on 01258 483535 for our Blandford Showroom or 01202 744114 for our Poole Showroom.
A composite door is one of the most advanced door styles on the market. They are made using modern materials such as a Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin and a high density foam core, making them thermally efficient and resistant to the elements. Composite doors provide homeowners with the look and feel of traditional timber with none of the drawbacks.
Due to the advanced combination of high quality materials involved in their manufacture, composite doors do cost more than others on the market. However, composite doors will last for longer than uPVC doors, making them an excellent long-term investment for your home. With the many benefits they provide such as thermal efficiency, you will be sure to save money overall.
Composite doors are more advanced than uPVC doors, made using the finest state-of-the-art materials for a superior build. Their unique combination of high quality materials makes them highly secure, weatherproof and thermally efficient. They also are heavily customisable, so you can be sure that there will be a composite door to suit your home as a result of their versatile design.
Composite doors are one of the most versatile and customisable front door styles. We offer a vast range of options to personalise your composite doors, so you can browse our wide range of colours and finishes, as well as adding the ideal finishing touch with our hardware accessories.
Composite doors are one of the most secure and durable home improvements you can choose. Our composite doors are made from layers of modern materials for a highly durable build. Their Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin improves their weatherproofing ability, and this is the same materials that is used to make lifeboats.