Composite Door

What is a composite door (what does a composite door mean)?

Doors produced using composite formed by combining more than one material are called composite doors. The door is more durable, denser and stronger. Some countries like Palestine, Sudan, Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Ghana prefer this type of doors. We can advise this type to other countries like Morocco, Irak and Libya. 

A composite door is manufactured to create a great entrance for your home. Around the wood material you will get durable layers of PVC and other completely weatherproof materials that protect the wood from wind and rain. As a result, your door will perform for decades without fraying, warping or fading, and the design will continue to look its best.

They offer superior performance as well as modern or traditional aesthetics uniquely designed for your home.

The most common problem for us in the doors used in living spaces in our country is the rapid wear of the doors. Composite door, on the other hand, is the door model that eliminates this problem and is the best in terms of technology. Nowadays, composite doors are highly preferred, when it comes to composite, composite materials are used as they are resistant to external weather conditions, and even for design purposes and durability.

Composite doors tend to be thicker than uPVC and are considered a stronger, safer and energy efficient choice. However, they usually come at a higher cost.

What is Composite Door Made of?

A composite door is made of several materials. In essence, composite doors have a solid wood section that gives the design its strength. Not only that, wood is a natural insulator, meaning less cold air can pass through these doors.

In addition, composite doors have additional layers to protect the wood inside. uPVC is the most common, which is a weatherproof, versatile design. In bad weather conditions, uPVC profiles will retain their appearance longer. This protects the wood underneath from cracking, warping and rotting over time.

Depending on the composite door you are installing, there may be other materials in the design. Layers of lamination often add more strength and help conserve more of your home's natural heat, helping you save on utility bills. Alternatively, some composite doors have a GRP coating. GRP, or glass-reinforced plastic, is incredibly flexible.

Composite Door Features

• Thermally efficient.

• Solid wood core provides a strong defense against breakage.

• Longer lasting and much more durable than wooden or uPVC doors.

• It is easy to clean, maintain and does not require repainting.

• Composite doors are available in a wide range of colors and designs.

• Composite doors are highly resistant to airflow if installed correctly.

• Composite doors are highly soundproof thanks to their thick, multi-layered design.

• Fire resistant composite doors are available.

Things to Consider When Buying Composite Doors

• These doors may inflate in hot weather, especially if the door faces south.

• Typically, composite doors are more expensive than uPVC and wood doors due to more complex manufacturing processes.

Differences Between Steel Door and Composite Door

While both options are aesthetically pleasing and offer a high degree of security, a basic steel door is slightly stronger by design. It also comes with a wider range of security upgrades (thicker steel etc.). Standard steel doors can also withstand higher temperatures and are generally considered safer in the event of a fire than a standard composite door, especially if they are fire certified.

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