Strength and Security with a Composite Door
Value Doors are passionate about ensuring your safety, which is why all our doors comply with current building requirements. Our Ultimate Rockdoor Composite Doors are the most secure doors available on the market. Defending your home from intruders, the only way through a Composite Rockdoor is with a key.
Keep warm with a Composite Door
Our made to measure Front Composite Doors effortlessly keep warmth in and cold draughts out. Their UV stabilised outer skin protects from discolouration and the ever-changing British weather, allowing you to maintain your home’s warmth all year round.
A Composite Door Style for Every Home
Your home is as unique as you are, that’s why Value Doors are passionate about providing Composite Doors that reflect your home’s individual style.
Whether you’re wanting to infuse some elegance into your property or are looking to create a bold statement with your Front Door, a Beautiful Composite Door is the one for you. Our Beautiful Composite Door range includes:
- 40 door styles.
- 11 colours & any RAL colour.
- Unique glass designs.
- Accessory Options.
Our Rockdoor Composite Doors provide both style and substance. Powerfully durable and visually attractive, this door range features:
- 32 door styles.
- 14 colours & any RAL colour.
- Gorgeous glass designs.
- Accessory Options.
Our Superior Service
At Value Doors we go above and beyond to make sure our customers get the door of their dreams. With all our Composite Door prices being openly available on our website, the price you see is the price you pay. With Value Doors you receive a 10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee, giving you complete peace of mind that our external doors and windows are built to last.
- Durable with an estimated 35 year life span.
- Low maintenance.
- Manufactured in house.
- Secure and thermally efficient.
- GRP skin.
- Realistic Glass Reinforced Polymer (GRP) outer skin = wood-grain textured finish.
- 44mm thick panel.
- 70mm reinforced uPVC frame.
- Composite Doors do not warp or twist according to weather, like timber doors.
- White on the inside as standard.
- Timber lined panel that improves rigidity and security.
- Anti-Pick, Anti-Drill, Anti-Snap, Anti-Bump cylinder.
- Multipoint, hooked door lock system.
- All doors comply with current building requirements and include safety glass as standard.
- Provides up to 6x more thermal insulation then timber doors.
- Double or triple glazed glass.
- Built upon a high insulation core - tested to British Kitemark standards.
- Achieve u-value of between 1.1 and 1.7 = exceeds thermal efficient requirements.
- 11 Colours to choose from.
- Any RAL colour also available for added fee.
- Range of glass design/backing glass options.
- Range of 36 different styles.
- Comes as standard with door, frame, locks and handles that meet all EU and British Regs, and 3 keys.
- Accessory options include knocker, letter plates, spyholes, low aluminium thresholds, sill, lever/pad configuration, door chain and numerals.
What is a composite door?
Over recent years, composite doors have become a popular choice especially for the residential market. This is mainly because they are strong, stylish and affordable. They are made from a selection of materials chosen for their specific properties which include a fusion of solid timber core, glass reinforced plastic and uPVC to make one of the strongest door materials available.
A good quality composite door will be made from the highest quality materials selected for their beneficial properties, meaning they are strong, durable, secure and have a high resistance to weathering and will not react to seasonal changes.
What is the difference between a uPVC door and a composite door?
uPVC doors are purely made of plastic.
Composite doors require at least two or more materials which are specifically selected for their properties to counteract common flaws found in single-material doors, which are then pressed and glued together under high pressure conditions.
A good quality composite door will be made from the highest quality materials meaning they are strong, durable and are extremely secure, as composite doors offer the highest level of security with a super-strong structural frame combined with glass-reinforced plastic and if you have laminated glass, it will not fall out of the door if broken. Instead it will shatter, but stay in place to provide effective protection against intruders.
They offer excellent value for money and are easy and inexpensive to look after. They require minimal maintenance – just needing a wipe over and oiled hinges from time to time. They are attractive and can enhance the overall look of the property as they come in a comprehensive range number of colours and finishes, meaning that your front door can be designed to your personal taste and requirements.
Composite doors are much thicker than uPVC doors and this helps make them weather-resistant and durable, meaning that they last a long time and are not prone to damage and they offer a high level of security and incredibly difficult to break into, due to their super-strong structure and laminated glass finish.
What is composite material?
Please see the Wikipedia definition of: Composite Material. There are many uses for composite material, for example in manufacturing, products can be made stronger, lighter and/or less expensive when compared to traditional singular materials.
The term ‘composite material’ was originally called ‘composition material’. However, this was later shortened to the more common name of composite material which is by definition is made from at least two constituent materials with significantly different chemical characteristics and/or physical properties from different individual components from solid solutions and mixtures which are more recently known as robotic materials which employs new techniques such as computation, communication, actuation and sensing.
Examples of engineered composite materials include: plywood, fibre-reinforced polymer, ceramic matrix composites, metal mix composites and other advanced composite materials.