Why choose our composite doors
The look of a timber door without the maintenance
No more sanding, painting or varnishing. Composite doors offer you the look and feel of a timber door, but without the maintenance.
Manufactured using cutting edge technology, our composite doors are made of glass reinforced plastic (GRP) with an inner core of high-density foam and are available in a huge range of styles, finishes, door furniture and colours to complement a home perfectly.
There are many different types of hardware and accessories available; letter plates, spyholes, knockers and numerals in finishes that will suit every taste or style. Composite doors from Crystal will give a home excellent heat retention due to its insulated foam core and weather resistant seals. The PVC-U outer frame will also provide additional insulation. Installed with a multi-point locking system and high security hinges our doors will keep homes safe and secure.
Composite doors are incredibly easy to care for and they won’t discolour, fade or warp. Simply wipe down with warm soapy water with a soft cloth to remove any grime or dirt. Also, all moving parts, such as hinges, handles, knockers etc, will require regular lubrication every 6 months.
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Features of our composite doors
Benefits of these doors
Your colour options
Composite doors are incredibly easy to care for and they won’t discolour, warp or fade. They are available in a range of wood effect finishes.
All composite doors come with the following benefits
Marketing leading thermal performance
End of life products are given a new lease of life via recycling
Manufactured to the highest quality standards, fully accredited and CE Marked
Lifetime security guarantee on hardware
Our Scottish installation team currently services central Inverness, Glasgow and Aberdeen, including the surrounding areas in a 40 mile radius. Our team will be happy to visit Nairn, Dingwall, Alness, Beauly to fit your new composite doors.
A composite door is a durable and secure front door option made from various materials, typically glass reinforced plastic (GRP) with a high-density foam core. It combines the benefits of different materials to provide excellent insulation, security, and weather resistance.
The cost of composite doors varies based on factors like size, design, and additional features. While composite doors are generally more expensive than some other door materials, they offer superior performance, durability, and aesthetic appeal, making them a valuable long-term investment. Get in touch with our team who will be more than happy to give you a consultation.
Yes, you can paint composite doors. However, it’s essential to use a specialized paint designed for composite materials to ensure the best results and prevent damage. Keep in mind that some manufacturers may have specific guidelines on painting to maintain the door’s warranty.
Composite doors are professionally adjusted during the installation process. If you notice any issues with your door, such as gaps or sticking, it’s best to contact us for proper adjustments to ensure it functions correctly.
Composite doors are typically made from glass reinforced plastic (GRP) with an inner core of high-density foam. This combination of materials provides strength, insulation, and resistance to weather conditions.
Both composite doors and UPVC doors have their advantages. Composite doors offer superior strength, insulation, and aesthetics, making them a preferred choice for many homeowners seeking high-performance doors.
Cleaning composite doors is straightforward. Use a mixture of warm water and mild detergent to wipe down the door surface with a soft cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals that could damage the door’s finish.
Yes, our composite doors are fire-rated and designed to provide a certain level of fire resistance. However, the fire rating may vary based on the specific composite door model you choose. Our team will advise when you choose your door.
Our high-quality composite doors are designed to resist fading from UV exposure. They come with protective coatings that help maintain their colour and appearance over time.
No, composite doors are highly resistant to warping, which is one of their key advantages over traditional wooden doors.
The combination of materials used in their construction ensures stability and durability even in various weather conditions.