Jordan David. Door. May 29th , 2017.
First, let's look at what they are. Unlike a regular wood or standard UPVC door, composite doors are formed from several materials. The inner section is usually foam for insulation, while for the outer skin you can choose from aluminum-steel, UPVC, or glass reinforced plastic (GRP). The latter material is very popular nowadays owing to its many intriguing properties that make it perfect for use in doors.
Every composite door includes a layer of insulation that retains the heat and keeps house warmer.
Composite doors come with incorporated glass sections. These allow in light and make your doors distinctive. You can choose from plain glass, glazed glass or even a painted or stained glasses in a range of colours. You can get bold half-glazing, through to contemporary arches and classical glazing infused with decorative picture art.
Oak has been mythologically and historically popular. Long before oak interior doors became a fashion stamp, oak tree has been considered the tree of doors according to Celtic mythology. There have also been individual oak trees that are historically important. One example is the Royal Oak where King Charles II of England had hidden in the 17th century during the Battle of Worcester.
Composite doors offer the beauty of a wood door and the resilience and strength of uPVC and with the added bonus of insulation. In short, the perfect door for all seasons.
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