Composite Doors in Lincoln
Composite doors are created by pressing and gluing a number of different materials together at a high pressure, resulting in a durable, strong, weather resistant and secure door for your home. Behind that rather scientific-sounding name, you’ll find the latest technology and design in doors. And when you’re indoors you’ll enjoy loads of style, strength and security.
Let’s get personal now. How your composite door looks is up to you. Traditional-style or contemporary? You can choose from twenty styles in seven colours. Keep looking – we’ve got three finishes of door furniture and a beautiful range of glass too.
Composite doors are created by pressing and gluing a number of different materials together at a high pressure, resulting in a durable, strong and secure door.
French doors are a classic addition to the home, providing easy access to the outdoors. Perfect for enjoying the summer sun and warm evenings.
Thousands of combinations of door styles and door panels available, to be able to match perfectly and enhance your property.
Sliding patio doors are the ideal way to open up your home and bring the outside in, whilst still keeping the weather out.
The beautiful panoramic views you will achieve with bi-folding doors are unrivaled by any other type of door.
Why Choose a Composite Door?
Composite doors offer the look and feel of a timber door without any of the inherent problems, such as cracking, bowing or twisting. They have a high density foam core, which offers excellent strength and thermal performance, and a durable Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) skin to protect from the elements. GRP is the same material that is used to make the hull of lifeboats – demonstrating just how tough it really is! Unlike timber, composite doors are incredibly low maintenance – an occasional wipe over with a damp cloth will restore it to its original finish.
Benefits of Composite Doors
Timber doors require regular sanding and painting to ensure they stand the test of time. Composite doors need very little maintenance – in fact the occasional wipe with a damp cloth is all it takes to keep your door in pristine condition. Composite doors are also 6 X more thermally efficient than a traditional timber door. Foam is a great insulator, it has been used to insulate houses for a number of years. Thanks to its high density foam core, it is very effective at keeping the cold out and the heat in. Furthermore, an insulating PVC-u strip is applied around the edge of the door, increasing the doors ability to retain heat.