COMPOSITE DOORS VS uPVC DOORS
The difference between composite doors and uPVC doors is in the materials they are created with and the level of durability and security they provide. Made from a number of materials pressed and glued together under high pressure conditions, the composite door blows uPVC out of the water in terms of strength and resilience.
uPVC doors are purely plastic, which still makes them an effective door solution for homes across the UK. The main draw to uPVC doors is the affordability and the increased thermal efficiency as well as security that they provide. Composite doors offer the same functionality to a higher standard, making them a superior choice to the traditional uPVC door.
Our composite doors are 10% thicker than all of the solid composite doors available on the market, leaving uPVC trailing behind in terms of strength and robustness. Made from only the highest quality materials and featuring a solid timber core, New Glazing & Bifold composite doors are renowned for their solidity.
When it comes to putting our composite doors through rigorous testing and assessments, we endeavour to deliver a perfect profile every time. Our composite doors have proven themselves against a sledgehammer, demonstrating why they are known as the door that will allow you the ultimate peace of mind.
There are a number of features and benefits that composite doors provide that make them the ideal solution for the homeowner who wants a door that performs to the highest of standards. At New Glazing & Bifold, we specialise in the manufacture and creation of composite doors that surpass any other doors currently on the market.