Winter officially starts on Wednesday 21st of December, which means although the weather has remained rather mild, it could be about to get a lot colder. With it, winter brings Christmas, the Boxing Day sales and New Year, all of which are now extremely close. We seem to forget that winter surpasses these celebrations and doesn’t actually end till March.
It helps keep your home warm during these winter months a new door could make all the difference. Although it is probably too late to get your door delivered and installed before New Year’s, you can get a new door in January.
You may have already decided that you need a new front door that will help keep you warm, but how do you know which door will keep your home the warmest? To help you answer this question, we are going to look at our 3 different types of door and their thermal efficient qualities.
If you are looking for a door that is affordable and helps keep your home warm and secure then you need one of our uPVC Doors. A 70 mm thick frame and glass units which are toughened and double glazed both help to keep your to keep your house warmer and your energy bills down.
Composite Doors are more expensive from uPVC, however, they will keep your home warmer and securer then a uPVC could. These doors are built upon a high insulation core and have double glazing glass units, both of which help stop cold air from entering and warm air from leaving your home.
Rockdoor Composite Doors
Rockdoor Composite Doors are the Rolls Royce of doors, no door is stronger or more thermally efficient, as this door has achieved the highest scores available in both of these aspects. To achieve an energy rating of A++ this door has a carbon fibre inner frame, soft coat low emissivity backing glass and warm edge space bars.
If you have any questions about any of this door then please call us on 0800 955 0898.