They are one of the most secure doors on the market today offering all that a homeowner requires to give peace of mind, and especially to keep out that unwanted guest. The sturdy but elegant door is taking the home improvement industry by storm and on a daily basis it is now replacing hundreds of dated aluminium doors and suspected weak uPVC doors.
Composite Doors and the Secure Locking System.
Well you can have the most attractive and elegant door available today but if you don’t have a good locking system to compliment the door what’s the use. The majority of professional companies that are involved in the home improvement industry rely so much on having a good name that it is imperative that they supply doors and entry systems that have the best in locking devices. The multipoint locking system with either shoot-bold or hooking mechanism is the best available and by using either you will feel adequately secure in your home or apartment.
Glazing Options in the Composite Collection
There are many choices when it comes to the glazing of the composite door, from double glazed units in toughened glass to the now more popular treble glazed units.
Double glazed units are manufactured by using two pieces of glass which are separated by a spacer bar filled with silica gel to absorb any moisture which may have remained in the unit after it’s made.
Treble glazed units is made by using three pieces of glass separated by the use of two spacer bars filled with silica gel which absorbs any excess moisture, thus creating a dry air effect.
When using the treble glazed option the centre piece of glass can be used to create special designs like a stained feature or hand-cut designer bevels which will enhance the appearance of the door. The decorative elements used are now inside the unit and will make cleaning the door far easier as no dust or dirt can gather around the designs. As always the exterior and interior panes of glass are safety glass and will conform to the industry standards EN12150.
There are no limits when designing an attractive door so let your imagination run wild. For most homes the use of a single door is common, but they are available in a multitude of colours and styles. In more recent built homes the door is centred between to sidelights, this gives you many options in terms of design. You first decide on the weatherglaze door you’re going to use and the design in the glazed area. Now, you can carry this design right into the glazed section of the two sidelights. Using a nice gold or silver letterbox and house number as an additional accessory will also enhance the overall appearance of the door. conservatory roofs swansea