Composite Doors Solihull and Birmingham
Mainstream Windows supply, manufacture and install a bespoke range of composite doors in Solihull, Knowle, Stratford upon Avon, Bromsgrove, Evesham, Sutton Coldfield, Henley in Ardem, Warwick and leamington spa.
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UPVC and Composite Double Glazed Doors
Just like windows, doors can serve as a viable part of improving your home, whether that be improving the security of your home or whether you are looking for something that can improve the look and design of your home. At Complete Glazing in Birmingham, we offer a wide range of double glazing doors, with designs to suit all individual tastes.
We are capable of supplying and fitting an assortment of doors, that are all made to meet your personal needs and to suit the style of your home. All of the double glazing doors are created without compromising on any of the design elements too, as we know that customers rely on doors and windows to stand the test of time but contain that ‘wow’ factor that many of us dream of.
Safety Is Our Main Priority
The most important thing to us here at Complete Glazing is, safety. Your safety is what means the most so ensuring all of our products are as safe as can be is very, very important to us. Robbers today seem to be even more intelligent at opening locks on both doors and windows so, Complete Glazing only use double glazed doors that can prevent even the most prolonged attacks, should anyone try anything.
All of the doors we supply to our customers have been created with these attacks in mind. So, Complete Glazing in Birmingham have thought of everything and only use doors with solid constructions and doors that include multi locking points, ensuring that there are no weak spots that an intruder can take advantage of.
What Doors Do We Supply?
Here at Complete Glazing in Birmingham, we offer a wide range of both composite double glazing doors and uPVC double glazing doors. Using only the best quality, we can supply you with the right style, and material that you want. Many of us don’t understand the difference between a composite door and a uPVC door, so the following bullet points may help with that.
UPVC Double Glazed Doors
The great thing about uPVC doors is that, they are extremely low maintenance. These types of doors require no staining or painting unlike a wooden door and because they are well insulated, they are able to keep your home insulated throughout the winter, potentially saving you on heating bills. With uPvc doors, they are a lot more stable than the timber material and also, they usually come with a multipoint locking system, helping to create a safer home for you and your family.
Because uPVC double glazing doors have a thicker frame than other doors, they can often appear much narrower than they actually are. A disadvantage of a uPVC door is that once the size and colour have been chosen, and the door has been fitted, it is extremely difficult and sometimes virtually impossible to change anything about the door. Even the locks are not very easy to change if you required it.
Composite Double Glazed Doors
Composite doors are made from a variety of material, such as, glass fibres. The glass fibres in a composite door have been pressed down and glued together, whilst under high pressure. The great thing about composite doors is that, they can be made to look like real wood, giving you that benefit, whilst not having the disadvantages of a wooden door, such as, warping or repainting.
Composite doors are extremely insulated so they can provide you with a warmer home.
Because of the benefits, design, effort and materials that go into a composite door, these tend to be a lot more expensive than other doors.
Whatever door you decide to go for, just let us know what you are thinking, we will be more than happy to help you.
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