GRP Composite Doors

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GRP Composite Doors

A stylish range of high quality, low-maintenance GRP composite doors from Ultimate Windows

The first impression of your home is your front door. With a GRP composite door you not only add instant kerb appeal to your property but you can enjoy all the added benefits that a modern composite door brings.

Using only the best quality components, GRP composite doors are designed and manufactured without compromise.
With a range of styles, from country cottage and Edwardian townhouse to more contemporary offerings, you can be sure to find the perfect door for your home.

The GRP Range

Amber
Beeston
Butterley
Carsington
Derwent
Dove
Ecclesbourne
Erewash
Kingston
Lathkill
Moorgreen
Ogsten
Speedwell
Wye
Shardlow
Repton
Farndon
Milton
Dearne

Colour Options

All doors are white internally

White
Green
Black
Blue
Red
Golden Oak
Rosewood
Cream
Chartwell Green
Duck Egg Blue
Anthracite Grey

Quality construction

The GRP facing (Glass Reinforced Plastic) looks like wood but is unaffected by variations in temperature. When combined with a modern sub-frame, insulating core, modern outerframe and a fantastic hardware range, the GRP composite door delivers a high security, weather-tight door that will not bow, warp, crack, splinter or dent. Combined with side and top lights, a GRP composite door provides stunning looks that will add instant appeal to any home.

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Energy ratings

Save money and the planet with a GRP composite door
Energy efficiency is important to all of us. We all want to be more energy efficient, to reduce our fuel bills and to protect the future of our planet. A GRP composite composite door is the perfect way to improve the energy efficiency of your home. As standard, our doors without glazing panels enjoy an A+ rating while glazed doors carry a still comparatively impressive B rating. You will also see a U-value rating on all our doors which is a technical measurement of heat loss through a structural element. The lower the U-value the better the energy efficiency.