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3 Steps to Your Perfect Door!

1.  Use our door design tool to choose your door style and colour.

2.  Preview your choice against a photograph of your property.

3.  Contact us for a quotation.

Our Range

We will not be beaten on price, or quality!

Why choose a GRP (Glass Re-Enforced Plastic) composite door?

 

1.  They look stunning!

Let's be honest, this is probably the primary consideration for most of us when we are considering replacing any of the doors in our homes.  The woodgrain finish on a GRP composite door is developed from oak tree wood grain, creating a beautifully authentic appearance.  The range of colours, styles and glazing options available to you will make the door you decide upon an almost bespoke option.  

 

2.  Make your home safer

Our partnership with the Sekura Group means that we are able to offer you extensive range of doors from their state of the art machinery and production facility meaning we can meet all clients needs to the highest industry quality standards such as Secured by Design (a police initiative to protect against unlawful intrusion), PAS23, PAS24 and BS7950.  A GRP composite door offers enhanced security thanks to its rigid polymer sub-frame, high density insulated core and high impact resistant GRP skin.

3.  Low maintenance

Your GRP composite door will be manufactured from water resistant polymer material, reinforced with Laminated Veneered Lumber, high density insulated core and a thermoset GRP skin keeps your door looking great whilst also protecting it from the Great British weather.  This offers you assurances against the problems that can beset traditional wooden doors such as peeling, cracking, flaking, warping, bowing or twisting.

4.  Improve the energy efficiency of your home

GRP composite doors have been proven to be more than 17% more thermally efficient than their wooden counterparts.  By spending money on a new door, you're actually saving in the long run!