UPVC doors

UPVC doors are something that is becoming more and more common. Well, they were common already! They are simple, elegant and many people use them. The question becomes why? Well, let us now have a look at that reason, shall we?

UPVC doors are famous for being white and with a window or two. It has limited the versatility of doors for a long time when they have been made out of this material. With changes in the manufacture of these doors, UPVC is becoming more customisable and it can be possible to change not only the style of the door but also the colour. For those who desi a more unique look to their door and homes, this is definitely something that you can consider when you are replacing your door. 

UPVC is a lightweight material, which makes it perfect for those who struggle with heavier doors. Despite the fact that it is a lightweight material, it is also a very strong material. In combination with a lock, they are difficult to break down and this means your home is secure.

If you are looking for ways to ensure that your heating is not simply escaping out into the world, then UPVC is definitely something that you should consider. It is very energy efficient and a low conductor of heat. This means that the heat will stay in the house. Always a good thing when winter comes around!

UPVC does not need much maintenance to stay in good condition in comparison to other materials, such as wood. They can stay in good condition for many years, requiring only a washdown every now and then to make them look tidy. This proves its durability, it can withstand most weather and is environmentally friendly. It lasts a long time, not as many doors will be produced to meet the demand of constant replacement. 

There are many pro’s to having UPVC doors and if you are still uncertain, we will be happy to have a chat with you about what kind of door would suit you best! To find out more, visit our website on www.colchesterglazingandframes.co.uk, email us at cgcjobs@btconnect.co.uk or give us a call on 01206 863 118.