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Thursday, 31 January 2013

What makes a modern door so good?

What makes a modern door so good?

First came timber doors, which needed maintenance 
and expensive painting or varnishing, as well as being 
prone to warping and bowing. Next came PVC-U 
panel doors. Lower maintenance, but a compromise 
when it came to looks. Now the very best modern 
First impressions count and you can make no better 
first impression than choosing a composite door that 
is virtually impossible to tell apart from a new timber 
door.  Same styles, same colours and finishes, only 
the GRP composite door never needs to be painted 
or varnished, offers high security multi-point locks 
as standard, and is up to SIX TIMES more energy 
efficient than its timber equivalent.

Door furniture now sets a standard never  
seen before. Multi-point locks deter the most 
persistent intruder and recent developments in 
“anti-manipulation” cylinders finally offer solutions 
that prevent any dispute with insurers that a burglar 
forced entry to your home through a door. 
Handles now offer more designs and more  
finishes than ever to complement your home,  
and hinges needn't be an eyesore that spoil your 
door installation. Glazing offers more decorative 
solutions than ever to complement your home. 

So don’t move – improve.  Installing modern entrance doors, 
patio doors or bi-fold doors offers you a better rate of return 
in savings than putting your money in the bank, especially 
when you add in the savings of never having to paint or 
varnish a door again


These are just a small sample of the colour ranges available. 


  1. Awesome article! I have gradually become fan of your article and would like to suggest putting some new updates to make it more effective.

  2. Thank you for your kind comment, we will try to increase our bogging volume in the future. It's purely down to the volume of paid work (we cant turn it down :-)) that has prevented more informational posting...



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