Composite Doors

Composite doors are a modern alternative to hardwood with the long lasting benefits of uPVC. Versatile composite doors are made using a combination of materials such uPVC (Polyvinyle chloride), hardwood, GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic)-for long lasting performance and insulation Foam.

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Why Choose a Composite Door?

Composite doors feature a layer of thermal insulation and a solid sub-frame which add to their qualities of heat retention and strength. The insulation is made from a polyurethane foam core, which is 100% CFC (chlorofluorocarbon) free, and the sub-frame is approximately 1.7 inches thick and often accompanied by an outer layer of hardwood. The combination of materials used help improve the energy efficiency of your home, whilst the strength of a composite door means it is highly resistant to warping, twisting or cracking and can last up to 35 years.

Composite doors are available in a wide range of traditional and contemporary designs such as Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian, colours and finishes- including natural wood grain finishes that look and feel like traditional stained timber.

Consumer Benefits

When you enter into a contract with a member of DGCOS to install glazing products at your home in England, Scotland, Wales or the Isle of Wight, you should receive the following.

  • Consumer advice line 
    We are on hand to answer any questions you may have once you have entered into a contract with a scheme member.
  • Deposit and stage-payment protection insurance
    This covers up to 25% of the contract value (maximum limit of £5,000) for 120 days, once your installation is registered with us.
  • Insurance-backed guarantee (IBG)
    An IBG provides protection if your installer ceases (stops) trading and cannot honour the terms of their written guarantee. You will receive an IBG once the member has added in a date on our system to show when they completed your installation.
  • Alternative dispute resolution 
    Our expert mediators are always on hand to help resolve any disputes you may have with one of our members.
  • Access to an ombudsman 
    You will have free access to an ombudsman if we cannot settle your complaint.

Please read the consumer advice section to understand the protection you may receive and the obligations you have. Click here to visit the consumer advice section.

Recent Installations of Composite Doors
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