Nothing enhances the look of homes more than stylish new composite doors

Our composite doors are very popular with homeowners looking to upgrade the entrance to their home. Their unique solid timber core is 40mm deep, making them 10% thicker than average composite doors. This gives them increased strength and durability, making them one of the best safeguarding composite doors on the market.

What are the advantages of a composite door?

Green Composite Door

There are 5 reasons to choose a composite front door for your home; from incredible home security as all our composite doors are fitted with advanced multi-point locking systems (a locking system that bolts the door into the frame and locks at multiple points with the turn of a key), to offering huge potential to customise the composite door to your liking, our composite doors are very popular with our customers and we know that you will like them too!

What colours do composite doors come in?

We offer 256 colour combinations and these can be combined with a range of door styles and hardware options to match the current aesthetics of your home. Whether you decide to opt for a red composite door or a black composite door, we are confident that we have the perfect composite door for you.

Composite doors to suit modern and traditional properties in the North West

Our composite doors are available in a range of styles to suit both traditional and more modern properties. The Flint Cottage range and stable door styles look great in country homes, while the Stafford and Nottingham ranges go well in period homes and can incorporate impressive glass designs. The glass panels are an integral part of the doors’ design and they are both energy efficient and extremely secure, leading to reduced energy bills and lower insurance premiums. Again, these are available in a range of obscured glazing styles to suit all styles of property. Request a brochure and find out more about our composite door product range today!

For something ultra-modern, we suggest the Italia collection which is inspired by the Italian’s love of design and style. With a new composite door from Reddish Joinery, your home will stand out from your neighbours with brightness and vivacity.

Dual colour to match internal decor and external surroundings

Black Composite DoorOur 256 colour combinations include dual-colour options, which means a different internal and external finish. Options range from contemporary colours like black, aubergine and red to more subtle, luxurious shades like French grey, cream, and duck egg blue. What’s even better is that door frames can be made to match these colours, or you could make a statement by choosing a contrasting colour. For inspiration for your next composite door, view our installation gallery where you can view images of our recent home improvement installations.

With an embossed wood grain finish, they provide a traditional look with all the benefits of modern technology – something we know our customers love!

A wide range of hardware options for composite doors in Manchester

Depending on the style of door you go for there are lots of hardware options to choose from. These include lion knockers, urn knockers, spyholes, letter plates, pull knobs and door guards. All hardware options are available in different finishes including chrome and gold to complement the colour of the door. For more traditional styles, we would suggest opting for our range of pewter and black ironmongery as the perfect addition.

Composite front doors and frames in Cheshire

Composite doors are becoming increasingly popular in the UK market. They provide quality and beauty to all styles of home and are guaranteed to add value to your property. Contact us today and let us help you; whether it is to design a new composite front door for your 1930s home, or a chartwell green composite front door for your new build, we are confident that we can help. Don’t delay, call us on 0161 969 7474 or contact us and create your dream composite door today.

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FAQs

How much will a composite door cost?

There is no set price for a composite door, however its price will vary in accordance with a number of factors. Factors that affect its price include door furniture, any security extras, its size, style and colour. If you have a set idea for your composite door’s design, colour and features, please feel free to get in touch with the Reddish Joinery and we will provide you with a quote.

How long will a composite door last?

Like any entrance door, the length of time that a composite door will last will depend on how well it’s cared for and how much use it gets. The extent of weather exposure is also likely to have an effect on its lifespan. Generally, however, you can expect composite doors to last around 35 years, give or take. Our door slabs are also guaranteed for 10 years, the handles and hinges for 5, so if anything goes wrong within that time, we’ll come out and rectify the issue.

Will composite doors warp?

Composite doors from Reddish Joinery will not warp. The door has a perimeter subframe of a solid, water-resistant polymer material, which is reinforced with Laminated Veneered Lumber (LVL). A thermoset GRP skin is bonded to this subframe and the core of the door is then filled with high density, 100% CFC-free polyurethane foam. Water-resistant polymer composite rails protect the core from damage or water absorption, preventing the door from warping, whilst the high impact resistant thermoset GRP skin keeps your door looking great for longer!

Can I paint a composite door?

In theory, you can but we would not recommend it because they’ve not been designed in this way. The colour that is applied to the skin of our composite doors is not just a coating; the colour runs throughout the whole of the skin. This ensures they’re able to retain their vibrancy year after year whilst making them easy to keep clean.

What size is a composite door?

The size of a composite door varies on a project by project basis. Here at Reddish Joinery, they’re made to measure. We either use the measurements you provide us with or take them ourselves, before a composite door is made to those exact size specifications.