uPVC doors or traditional wooden doors? Are you finding it difficult to choose between these two options? Read on to find out more about them.
Advantages of uPVC doors over their wooden counterparts
- uPVC doors are hard wearing and stylish
- They are good insulators of heat
- The doors are cost effective
- The doors have a longer life span
Hard wearing and stylish: Compared to its wooden counterpart, a uPVC door is more hard wearing. This makes it ideal for new constructions as well as remodeling projects. It is waterproof and also has a longer life span so does not require much in the way of maintenance, repairs and replacement.
Better insulation: uPVC doors are designed to offer better insulation. They have a hollow construction and, typically, these hollow parts are filled with effective insulation materials. This helps them better insulate heat and keep rooms warm. Wooden frontages, as they are built with solid wood, do not have insulation features and hence cannot protect your house from cold weather as well as uPVC.
Cost effective: Production of wooden doors involves more craftsmanship compared to uPVC doors. Though the craftsmanship enables more personalised options in wooden variants, it also makes the doors more costly. Since uPVC doors are machine made they are easy to produce and cost effective compared to the traditional options.
Now you know why uPVC’s are a popular choice among both designers and end users. If you are still not convinced about replacing your traditional wooden doors with a brand new UPVC counterpart, talk to one of our sales executives, he will help you make the smartest choice for your home.
If you are looking for a uPVC door supplier in Essex, contact us to find out more about our range of uPVC doors.