This case study looks at our installation of composite doors for a customer who lives in Brighton.

This customer enquired about having composite doors installed. They had 3 doors in total and wanted the front door to be a French door as these are always more stylish.

One of the installations involved a kitchen extension, and the new opening was larger than existing doors so measures had to be taken in order to seal it. The answer was to use a composite frame with wooden door panels which would not only look good but seal better.

Composite doors are well-known for their ability to resist scuffing and, unlike wooden doors, they have no need to be painted. The client also had double glazing installed and a heating system (check out this boiler replacement guide), which all combined ensured the house was more cost-effective to heat.

The completed doors look fantastic and still allowed light to enter the hallway and were completed within our agreed time scale saving them time and money.