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Composite Doors in Exmouth

Composite Doors in Exmouth

At Otter Windows, we’re proud to be a leading supplier of composite doors in Exmouth. These doors are a popular choice for homeowners, offering a modern alternative to traditional wooden or uPVC doors, get in touch for a quote.

Lasting Composite Doors

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Composite doors are made from a blend of materials, including PVC, wood, insulating foam, and a durable uPVC outer coating. This combination results in a door that is strong, durable, and highly insulating. With superior thermal efficiency, security, and longevity, composite doors are a versatile choice available in a wide range of styles and colours.

Secure Composite Doors

One of the key benefits of composite doors is their robust security features. If you are looking for a secure front door then our composite doors are the perfect choice. We ensure our composite doors are equipped with multi-point locking systems and toughened glass for added security. A secure composite door not only protects your property but also provides peace of mind that you and your loved ones are safe at all times. With a 48mm solid timber core our composite doors are a formidable barrier to entering your home.

Customising Your Composite Door

Create an entrance and exit that you love with our range of customisable features, including a variety of colours, designs and glazing options. We offer bespoke composite doors that are customised to your specifications. We work closely with you to create a door that reflects your style and meets your needs for a seamless addition to your home. Choosing a bespoke composite door allows you to create a unique entrance for your home, enhancing its curb appeal and value.

Energy Efficient Front Doors

Composite doors are excellent insulators, helping to keep your home cosy in winter and cool in summer. The solid timber core is highly energy efficient, with a robust outer coating that protects it from all kinds of weather conditions. Our composite doors are designed with energy efficiency in mind, featuring a thick polyurethane foam core for superior insulation. By installing an energy-efficient composite door, you can reduce your energy bills and make your home more eco-friendly.

When choosing a composite door, consider factors such as style, colour, security features, and energy efficiency. We’re here to assist you in making the right choice. For homeowners in Exmouth looking to install a composite door, our advice is to select a door that complements your home’s architecture and reflects your personal style.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are composite doors good?

Composite doors are one of the best investments you can make. Safe, thermally efficient and finished to a high quality to suit any Honiton or Devon home, composite doors are strong enough to withstand extreme weather and secure enough to repel burglars.

More energy efficient than uPVC doors, composite doors will help to keep your bills low while providing a stylish finishing touch and adding kerb appeal to your property.

How long should a composite door last?

Our strongest composite doors can last for decades with just a little care and maintenance. Keeping the hinges oiled and wiping away dirt and debris is a simple way to keep your door looking and performing at its best.

Our products are designed to last as long as possible, which is why we use 100% CFC-free polyurethane foam for the core of our composite doors. This material has high thermal resistance and is completely water resistant, unlike timber, which can bow and warp if water penetrates the door.

Are composite doors cheaper than uPVC?

uPVC doors are generally easier to manufacture and slightly less expensive than composite doors. UPVC doors are a good choice if you’re looking for a door with glazing or decorative glass to brighten up a dark hallway and are a cost-effective choice for most homes.

Composite doors are tougher and more energy efficient than uPVC doors and come with in-built brushes at the bottom of the door that stop any draughts. This higher thermal efficiency can save you money on your heating bills.

What does a composite door mean?

A composite door is made from a carefully chosen range of different materials which are used for their durability and strength. Our doors have a CFC-free polyurethane core rather than a timber core to add an extra layer of protection against bowing and warping, plus superior energy efficiency for lower bills. Other features of our composite doors are maximum security locking systems and weatherproofed hinges for ultimate performance in any weather.

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