A composite door is a type of door constructed from a variety of materials rather than a single material. This makes them much more secure and weather-proof.
Composite doors are made from various materials to take advantage of the unique benefits of each material. They are extremely hard wearing and long lasting, and once installed can last well in excess of 40 years if moving parts are oiled yearly.
Our composite doors are manufactured using grained reinforced GRP skins and our industry leading composite door slab is the closest in appearance to wood, without the associated maintenance requirements.
Adoored composite doors surpass other alternatives, incorporating an LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber) subframe to provide the strength and rigidity required for modern homes. Because of the materials used Adoored composite doors have minimal thermal expansion and contraction rates; even under extreme temperature variations.
Wood, PVC, GRP (Glass reinforced plastic) and insulating foam can all be combined to create doors that are strong and secure as well as being light and attractive.
Composite doors most often have attractive wooden exteriors that are treated to be long lasting and not fade or discolour.
Composite doors are renowned for being extremely sturdy; even the police have trouble breaking into them.
Composite doors are a modern alternative to single material doors that set a new standard for security without compromising on appearance.