High level of stability due to integrated steel reinforcement
Almost completely maintenance free
Available in selection of designs
Good insulation properties
Sensationally low price
A further point which differentiates the uPVC front door from its cousins of wood or aluminium is the considerably lower costs in manufacture and installation which are generally possible. PVC is easy to work and is a material that can be manufactured relatively cheaplyr.
This allows us to offer uPVC front doors well below the prices of solid timber, of steel or of aluminium doors. Additionally, as a rule this material is lighter, so that transport is cheaper and easier and fitting can be carried out quickly and the door is soon opening and closing.
For these reasons uPVC front doors lend themselves especially for the houses or for apartments where there is already a common main door. But just as suitable are garden houses (e.g. allotments), sheds or toolsheds and, of course, uPVC is a quality, low-price alternative door material for normal households.
uPVC front doors are versatile and can, at minimal cost, be upgraded and improved so that even a humble uPVC door can achieve good values when it comes to soundproofing, thermal isulation and security against brea-ins.
uPVC front doors require less maintenance than doors of wood
A frequent criticism of uPVC front doors is that they offer little resistance against the violent attacks of a potential house-breaker. And yet there are a number of low-cost options whereby the anti-burglary properties of a uPVC front door can be considerably improved.
Firstly, the door lock itself can be strengthened by using a burglary-resistant lock of the type DIN 18251 to class 4 or 5. The optimal integration of strike plate and frame construktion can ensure that a door is secure and stable.
Further methods of strengthening uPVC front doors are the installation of secondary locks with safety catch or using a crss ocking bolt. These are just a few of the possibilities as to how front doors of uPVC can be improved in order to provide effective burglary protection.
Although a standard PVC door in its basic framework is not always as secure as a timber or steel door, with the addition of small improvements it can be made safer and the lower purchase cost is convincing.
One point where the front door of uPVC really stands apart is that of the variety of possibilities for individual design made possible by uPVC: regardless whether symmetry and geometry, modern unusual design or simple classic form - all are possible. The great range of different uPVC front doors at windows24.com offers something for everyone to obtain the door of their dreams.
Creativity is everywhere and can be clearly seen in the form of unusual patterns and shapes of decorative glazing or as special figures and louvre design which can be applied to the upper surfaces.
The possibility of recreating classical stylistic elements and clear lines are just as easy for uPVC doors as the chance of presenting something new and daring in the form of fine filigree work or modern patterns and designs.
Whether for a newly erected single family dwelling in the suburbs, an older house in the town or city or a smaller weekend residence in the country, there is a suitable PVC front door for every type of home or apartment.
In this way every door becomes the family visiting card.
uPVC Doors have very good thermal insulation and are thus admirably suited to provide a valuable contribution to energy saving within the home. This protection is provided by the effective multi-chamber profile technique.
Three levels of seal arranged with the appropriate spacing ensure the optimum protection against loss of heat and also prevent acoustic bridges. The cooling down of the home due to heat loss via the front door is thereby effectively countered.
This serves to help on saving energy and positively contributes to the environment. This system means that the uPVC front doors with their multi-chamber profile technique can meet the requirements set down by the EU in the Energy Saving Directive (EnEv) effortlessly.
Because front doors of uPVC can be installed just about everywhere they can contribute to energy saving just as well in renovated buildings as in newly planned low energy dwellings.