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Close the door, light the light

Your front door is a major part of visitors’ first impressions of your home. The door that you choose should match the style of your property. For example, a Victorian semi might look at its best with a door that contains two glazed panels at the top and two infill panels at the bottom, whereas a 1930s terraced house might benefit from a door with a smaller glazed area. Owners of listed buildings and those in conservation areas will be somewhat restricted in terms of material choices, sizes and styles – your local planning office can advise.

A front door must be tough enough to cope with keeping out the elements – including the criminal element! All Admiral’s composite and uPVC doors feature a host of security features to ensure that unwelcome visitors are barred from entry.

Composite or uPVC?

upvc_door with sidepanels

Admiral uPVC doors are made to the highest quality, and are bright, modern and virtually maintenance free. Available in a choice of colours and woodgrain finishes, uPVC doors don’t rot, flake, rust or fade. All you need to do to keep them looking smart is give them an occasional wipe with a damp cloth – it’s that easy. They add to the warmth and comfort of your home by keeping out noise and draughts. The hinges, locks and keeps are fitted directly to the door’s steel reinforcement for excellent security.

composite door with sidepanels

Our composite front doors are also excellent when it comes to security and insulation – typically 44mm thick and fitting into super-strong 70 mm structural frames, these doors stand up to the weather extremely well. Although composite doors cost a little more than uPVC doors, they offer the visual appearance of timber doors – but with better security and without the maintenance hassles.

Our door installations come with the Admiral 10 year guarantee and price promise. If you receive a lower quote from another supplier and installer then, provided the specification is the same, we will beat it. Call us to arrange a free no-obligation quote.

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