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 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.