The Old Door - Before

Functionality may have gone due to the door being too old and having passed its service life. It may be the aesthetics or even poor security. Whatever the reason, replacing an old door has many benefits.

We find in general there are three older door types that lack in many ways. Wooden doors require maintenance and tend to have poor door seals and sub-standard security. Old aluminium doors have no thermal breaks making them very inefficient, and upvc doors lose their aesthetic appearance due the effects of uv light and can yellow as a result of lead content within the pvc-U itself.

The New Door - After

When deciding to replace an old door, a new composite door can give many positive benefits, from aesthetics to security.

Unlike a wooden door, composite doors not only look similar to a timber door, but require very little maintenance and should only be cleaned with a damp cloth and no detergents. Due to the thermal properties of a composite door, the door itself is extremely energy efficient unlike aluminium doors, and extremely secure as fitted with an insurance approved multi point lock. Together with the stunning looks, the composite door is considered a great choice for a replacement door.

Chester - CH2

Inefficient half glazed wooden door replaced with the Adwell Composite Door in Chester. The new door greatly improved the look & efficiency of the house due the new doors energy saving properties.

London - N19

Old wooden door with arched toplight replaced with a Charlwood Composite Front Door in North London. A truly bespoke door with its arched top and stylish detailed etched door number in the toplight glass.

Edinburgh - EH9

Replacing a very tired and mis-aligned Upvc Front Door with central midrail. The new Goswell Composite Front Door completely changed the look and the security of the house for the better.

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