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As homeowners ourselves, we can relate to the fact that when it comes to buying a replacement door, there is a multitude of different options available. From aluminium replacement doors in Anthracite Grey, to composite replacement doors in Chartwell Green, there is a lot of information to be considered and ultimately, we want to make sure that you have all the information you need to make the most informed, and best decision for you.
Which is why in this blog we’re going to talk you through two of our most popular door materials – uPVC doors and composite doors. From this, we’re hopefully that you’ll have all the information you need to make a decision.
Are composite doors better than uPVC doors?
Fundamentally, no door material is superior to the other. Both materials feature a wide range of benefits and advantages – we’ve written a few blogs about the advantages of uPVC and why you should choose aluminium recently – most of which we’ve mentioned above, for you to decide which one is most suited to your priorities and personal preference.
Whatever door material you decide to choose, we can guarantee that your replacement door will enhance the security and insulation of your home whilst creating a stylish-looking ‘wow-factor’ exterior at the same time – something we know our customers love. If you’re still unsure which material is best for you, we’d recommend viewing our gallery where you can see a plethora of photographic examples of our expert workmanship.
Stylish, sophisticated, and smart replacement doors across Swansea, Newport, and the rest of South Wales
Here at Futureglaze we’ve been installing replacement doors for over 30 years, and have built a reputation for ourselves as solid glazing installers in the South Wales area. We are firm believers that if a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing right and to the highest standard. From replacement windows, to replacement doors and conservatories, we offer a variety of home improvements to suit your every need. Visit our showroom in Rhondda Cynon, or contact our team on 01443 423423 – we’d love to talk with you about how we can help you.
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|uPVC doors||Composite doors|
|Materials||uPVC doors are manufactured from a single plastic known as unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (uPVC)||Composite doors are predominantly made from uPVC and timber and are 10% thicker than uPVC doors|
|Energy efficiency||Sourcing our uPVC doors direct from industry experts, impressive energy ratings and low U-values are delivered with ease.||Using laminated, double or triple glazed units as standard, composite doors from Futureglaze can achieve awe-inspiring energy ratings of A which could save you up to £110 a year on your energy bills.|
|Strength and security||uPVC doors are extremely secure and reinforced to be even stronger. What’s even better is that uPVC doors from Futureglaze utilise industry-leading Yale branded 10-point locking systems which lock at multiple points on the frame to enhance security||Using a combination of tough materials, a bespoke outer frame and a modern locking system, we can guarantee that breaking through a composite door is extremely difficult for unwanted visitors|
|Maintenance||Providing the advantages of a timber door, we’d recommend regularly cleaning your uPVC door with warm water and a mild liquid detergent to keep it looking as good as new||We’d recommend cleaning your composite door once a month to keep the grime and grit away|
|Colours||With a variety of finishes and colours to choose from, you can be sure that we’ve got something to suit your personal taste. The range of colours includes: White, Rosewood, Golden Oak, Anthracite Grey, Agate Grey, Cream, Irish Oak, Black, Chartwell Green, and Light Grey. We also offer single and dual colour options so you can have a different colour on the interior and exterior||With a variety of choices to choose from, we are confident that we’ve got a colour to suit you. Our range includes: Irish Oak, Golden Oak, Cream, Chartwell Green, Rosewood, Schwarz Braun Black, White, Anthracite Grey, Mahogany, Walnut, Pearl Grey, Turquoise Pastel, Pebble, French Navy, Racing Green, and Rich Red. We also offer single and dual colour options so you can have a different colour on the interior and exterior|
|Sustainability||uPVC doors can be recycled over 10 times, making them one of the most environmentally friendly building materials on today’s market||All of the timber used in our composite doors is harvested from forests which are managed to meet the social, economic, and ecological needs of present and future generations. In the manufacture of composite doors we also am to source thermoplastic components and materials that contain lead-free stabilisers which are better for the environment|
|Product guarantee||10-year warranty||10-year warranty|