Why Choose Composite Doors in Wirral and Liverpool?
Composite Doors Wirral & Liverpool are becoming an increasingly popular choice with homeowners who would normally have preferred a uPVC door, a wooden door or an aluminium front door. There are a few reasons why composite doors are becoming the popular choice for many people. In this post, we examine these reasons.
Composite Doors vs Timber: Longevity.
Timber doors have a certain classic look, that can complement your interior very well. However, there is one very big issue with timber doors: a low-quality timber can become warped over time, which can cost you a huge amount of money to replace or fix your warped door. On the other hand, a composite door can be very easy to preserve and take care of, in many cases it is much cheaper to maintain. Composite doors are made from a variety of materials that form a strong combination and a door that can last you for years to come.
Composite vs uPVC: Sturdy.
uPVC doors tend to be less expensive in comparison to other materials and is a good choice for a front door. uPVC is often simple to maintain and much more energy efficient than materials such as timber. However, that does not always make them the most viable option if you are looking for a door. uPVC isn’t the strongest of materials and some are made cheaply and therefore aren’t reinforced. At Bebington Glazing our uPVC doors are made to the highest quality with reinforcement for extra security. A uPVC door is made of plastic, whereas a composite door is made from many different materials for a much higher level of force resistance. Upgrading to a composite door will provide much more security for your home.
Our composite doors Wirral & Liverpool come in numerus colours and styles, from traditional to contemporary to help fit in with the appearance of your property.
Composite vs Aluminium: Energy efficient.
Aluminium tends be another interesting option for homeowners who are looking for a front door. Aluminium can complement most interiors, is sturdy enough to keep your house safe yet they don’t weigh that much. The main issue with the aluminium doors is the fact that they absorb condensation. In the winter, this can often lead to low energy efficiency and high energy bills. Composite doors on the other hand, have the qualities of an aluminium door, but due to the uPVC core in most Composite doors, the cold is kept out and the heat is kept in.
Are you not sure yet about what door is right for you? Call Bebington Glazing on 0151 645 3830 for more information on what we can offer you in terms of Composite doors, uPVC doors, Timber doors and Aluminium doors.