Black Composite Doors in Oxfordshire installed by Isis Windows

What a composite door could do for your home

Not only is it the first thing a visitor sees on approaching your home, it’s your protection from the outside world. It’s also likely to be your home’s most-used portal.

A composite door offers a quieter, more secure and warmer solution than the alternatives. What’s more, it’s also very smart-looking and more hardwearing and durable than, say, its wooden counterpart. Additionally, these models come in a range of colours, including some very on-trend shades.

The doors are made from a number of different materials, each one chosen for its unique, beneficial properties. There’s usually a Glass Reinforced Polyester skin inside and outside, along with a wooden frame filled with polyurethane, high-density foam to give the door extra strength. The core typically contains environmentally friendly insulating materials and extra layers, all protected within the weather-beating outer skin.

Say goodbye to rotting, rusting, flaking or peeling – these models are incredibly resistant to damage, whatever the weather’s doing. They’ll also last an extremely long time, requiring almost no maintenance.

As well as keeping the heat in and the cold out, composite products do a lot to reduce noise, thanks to their great insulating properties.

As if all that wasn’t enough, these models are also highly secure, given that they allow you to choose from among the best of the locks available on today’s market. They typically come with a multi-point locking system, and are usually BS6375 and PAS24 approved, with a kite-marked cylinder lock included as standard.

The strength and security of composite doors mean they make ideal front entrances, while their affordability makes them a practical choice for back or outbuilding doors, too.

At Isis Windows, offering double glazing in Oxford and the surrounding areas in Oxfordshire, we also offer a great composite door line-up from a well-established, trusted supplier of door systems. And we’ve been in the business for more than two decades, are FENSA-accredited and all our installations are underwritten for a decade. Ask us for a free estimate for composite doors for your home today – there’s no obligation.

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