There are several materials available when it comes to doors, and each has its own benefits and disadvantages, so it comes down to personal preference in the end:
- UPVC: These doors are typically stronger than wooden doors, and they have great energy efficiency, but they aren’t always as aesthetically pleasing.
- Composite: These doors are made to look like wooden doors, but are in fact made from a fibreglass composite material to give them more strength and durability than wood.
UPVC and composite doors are available in a variety of colours due to the nature of the material. Whether you want a white, blue, green, or red front door, it’s a possibility.
Your front door is the first thing people see when they visit your home, so some many homeowners like to inject a ibit of their personality into their front door. One option is to have a front door with a decorative glass panel, and you can also customise the door with letterboxes, keyholes, and peep-holes of your choosing too. You’ll also need to decide which way you want the door to open too as this will determine where the hinges are fitted and how it is installed.
For more information on how to choose a front door, or to request a quote from Art Windows & Doors please get in touch with us.