Composite doors are one of a range of front door options we offer homeowners in Milton Keynes. Often considered the most secure option on the market, composite doors come with an internal centre slab that makes them significantly more robust and durable than a conventional uPVC door. The exterior is then made from a variety of materials, resulting in a door that is extremely strong and resilient.
As well as being durable, these entrance doors deliver heightened visual appeal and can suit both contemporary and traditional properties here in Buckinghamshire. They can be finished to have the appearance of timber, without the drawbacks. There is also a range of door furniture available. You can choose from handles, knockers, letterboxes and decorative glazing finishes.
We source our composite doors from market leading manufacturers such as Solidor and Vista. Your front door creates the very first impression of your home, and it sets the overall tone for the rest of the house. It’s essential that you are happy with the end product so that you can feel proud of your property. We’re here to help with that.
At Window Pains MK, we value our customers and look to provide the best service possible. Our composite doors are designed not only to look good but to provide you with a sense of security in your home.
We are a family run company with over two decades of experience in this industry, so we know how to get the best results. We believe that by listening to our customers and providing personalised service, we can provide you with a better end product.
You can feel in safe hands with us as we are Certass accredited. Our products are accredited too, including our composite doors. We value the quality of our products and service above everything else and also specialise in double glazing and bifold doors.
Security is the main concern for many of our homeowners in Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire. Our composite doors are designed to protect and secure your property. Not only are they solid, but they are rigorously tested and PAS-24 certified. Our composite doors will provide you with a sense of security inside your home.
Features such as slam shut technology can be installed to create secure front doors. This technology stops front doors being left open accidentally by yourself or any children. Any glazed panels are fitted with toughened glass. This can be upgraded further though with breakthrough resistant laminate.
Security isn’t something that you should have to compromise for the sake of aesthetics. That is why we consider safety a priority, while also making sure our composite doors look good. You can talk to our expert team to find a balance between the two.
If you’re looking to customise your entrance doors, our composite doors are a great option. They are available in a range of finishes and colours, providing up to 256 possible combinations in total. A solid timber core ensures that all of our secure doors are high quality and sturdy. How they are decorated is up to you.
Whether you live in a new build or an older property in Milton Keynes or Buckinghamshire, you can design composite front doors to match any exterior. There’s no need to worry about excessive maintenance of your design after installation. All of our composite doors are finished with a coating of glass reinforced plastic for added durability and longevity.
Our journey with you doesn’t end after the designs are complete. Our team make the installation of composite doors quick and hassle free for you. Our experts will be more than happy to answer any of your questions and give you advice. You can simply sit back and relax and wait to see your new front door.
Our composite doors are rigorously tested to make sure that they meet our high standards of lasting quality. They’re designed to withstand the test of time and all the elements.
Entrance doors must be accessible by everyone. Our composite doors come with a variety of thresholds. A low threshold door is good for those in wheelchairs or travelling with prams.
Our composite front doors are great for insulation. They lose 10x less heat than traditional timber doors. This will save you money on your bills and reduce your carbon emissions.