The benefits of
composite doors
A presentation by Total Energy Installation
Introduction to Composite doors:
New type of door has emerged on the
market; one that is sturdy and safe and
can be aesthe...
new doors have a wide range of appealing
benefits, including the following:
•The

solid composite sub-frame is usually aro...
Composite doors are injected with an extra layer of thermal
insulation in the form of a polyurethane foam core, which is
a...
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The benefits of composite doors

  1. 1. The benefits of composite doors A presentation by Total Energy Installation
  2. 2. Introduction to Composite doors: New type of door has emerged on the market; one that is sturdy and safe and can be aesthetically manipulated as you please. These are composite doors: frames that are basically made of a number of different materials and designed in a way to ‘phase out’ all the flaws and faults of single material doors. Now composite doors liverpool are more popular in UK.
  3. 3. new doors have a wide range of appealing benefits, including the following: •The solid composite sub-frame is usually around 1.7 inches thick and often contains an outer layer of hardwood, resulting in a sturdy and rigid door frame. •The outer frame is generally made of uPVC but can include galvanized steel reinforcements around the edges for extra stability. •The combination of materials lends the door high resistance to weathering or any weather-based damage you get with wooden doors such as warping, twisting or cracking. This is thanks to the addition of the material GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), which has a grained surface and makes the door resistant to denting too. •This extra durability means that your composite door will never have to be painted (unlike wooden doors, which need to be treated every five years) and is therefore not prone to discoloration – so will require very little maintenance on your part.
  4. 4. Composite doors are injected with an extra layer of thermal insulation in the form of a polyurethane foam core, which is also usually 100% CFC (Chlorofluorocarbon) free – so you get a warm, cozy home and still manage to help the environment! If you decide on the inclusion of a glass insert, it is also good to know that if damaged or broken this can be replaced quickly and easily without the need to remove the entire frame. Finally, your strong but aesthetically pleasing composite door is a great way to increase your home’s security and as they can be fitted with your standard Yale lock it makes way to prevent break-ins. This makes the doors not only suitable for front or back entrances, but garages and warehouses too.

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