Doorstore manufactures and installs composite doors in Chester along with wood and UPVc doors. The demand for composite doors has never been greater, but at Doorstore we still hear customer doubts about composite doors being as good as wood. Because composite doors are layered materials laminated together the question of durability comes up. Some think with exposure to the elements those layers could separate. Nothing could be further from the truth and we enjoy explaining the many benefits of composite doors for long lasting exterior use. There are benefits to using wood for interior doors and UPVc for patio doors. But for your exterior doors nothing is stronger than a composite door.
Reliable security is at the top of the list for exterior door requirements. For homes in Chester, composite doors are thick, hard and an excellent deterrent to burglary. The doors make a tight seal that prevents air from blowing through so they’re energy efficient. That seal will hold for decades too because composite doors will not warp, peel or crack. It will remain a secure barrier for many years to come. You will never have to scrape, patch, or paint your composite door. The composite door is the ultimate in low maintenance. Colours won’t fade either. Remove the dirt with a damp cloth and that is the extent of required maintenance. Your front door will always present a well maintained welcome to visitors.
Once you know the benefits of composite doors in Chester, including the many styles and colours from which you can choose, most would settle for nothing less. At Doorstore, we install what we sell. Our team of fitters is the final step to composite door longevity. Quality materials and expert craftsmanship means a door fitted that will not shift with time. Contact Doorstore if you are in the market for new exterior doors. There is no charge for us to come out to your home and offer a quote. We’ll answer all your questions. When we install your new door, your satisfaction is guaranteed. The hardest decision is which colour and what hardware to choose.