27 Sep What Is So Special About Rockdoor Composite Doors?
First impressions count. UK homeowners know their front door needs to be draught-proof, help reduce street noise and provide the best security to keep your family safe.
Composite doors are windproof, they will not rot, rust, warp in the heat or swell when it rains as they are completely water resistant, making them the perfect choice for a front door or back door. It’s common to get at least 35 years of use from a composite door, so it’s a great investment, and it’s cost-effective too.
After 40 years in the double-glazing business, we believe Rockdoor front doors are the most secure option for any home. Independent tests demonstrate a Rockdoor outperforms Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) and wooden composite doors in both security and energy savings. There is no point cutting corners where your home’s security is concerned. Behind the decorative door sash of each door is a reinforced inner frame, ensuring no unwanted visitors can access your home.
With mahogany external doors, you need to treat them with wood stain, paint or varnish to protect them and prolong their lifespan. This is a tedious, time-consuming process, which is why so many busy homeowners have turned to composite doors as an alternative. These doors require very little maintenance to keep them working as they should, and they are also very easy to keep clean – a simple wipe with a damp cloth will remove most surface dirt and grime and some oil occasionally on the hinges will keep them working perfectly for years.
We can make each of your doors individually, resulting in a made-to-measure front door that is a perfect fit for your home. A composite front door that has been cut down, or modified to fit, will naturally be much weaker and less secure, which is why we prefer a Rockdoor front door which has been designed and manufactured to an exact specification. We measure your front exit and provide an exact fit.
You’ll never be short of inspiration with our selection of composite doors, with most styles available in various colours. They are also available in several popular woodgrain options too, so if you want the look and feel of a mahogany door with the practical benefits of a composite door, this is a great solution.
You already know you can choose your preferred colour of door when you opt for a composite door, but you can also personalise it with your choice of knocker, letterbox and hinges in chrome or brass.
If you want to take a look at how your new front door will look when fitted to your home, try our online door designer tool, which allows you to upload a picture of your property and superimpose the door you have designed over your existing door, for a real-life representation of how a Rockdoor will look, when installed.