Do you need a new front door?
Whether yours is warped, weathered or cracked, or you want a more stylish alternative, ArcOframe has the perfect solution.
Our composite doors in St Helens live and breathe individuality – the kind that makes your neighbours jealous. They’re manufactured from durable synthetic materials, too, and have a reinforced core and heavy-duty surface that offers additional security for your home.
To find out more about our composite doors and to discuss your requirements in full, talk to the team today.
A composite door to suit every home in St Helens
Here at ArcOframe, we understand that no two homes are the same. This is why, to help tie your property’s aesthetics together, our composite doors in St Helens are available in a selection of styles and colours.
For example, if you live in a country cottage or vintage farmhouse, our team can provide a composite external door that complements the original features throughout your home. These provide the classic look of real wood – without the upkeep.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to make an entrance at your modern abode, a contemporary composite door in St Helens is sure to create the perfect first impression whilst enhancing security and protecting your home from the elements.
Ideally, your new door should suit the look and style of your property, as well as the existing windows and frames.
Most homeowners opt for white as it’s a versatile hue. It can brighten up your terraced house or give your newly built home a minimalist look.
Our oak and wood effect composite doors are also popular with clients in St Helens – mimicking the look of an authentic timber door. These don’t warp, rot or discolour, which saves you money on maintenance, and they keep the heat in and the cold out.
Black is typically the go-to choice of those seeking composite doors for their classic or modern home. Not only is this a colour that creates a striking look against a white property, but it can also complement white windows and increase the value of your home.
Whatever you have in mind – whether it be something bold and bright or muted and minimalist – you can rely on ArcOframe to design, manufacture and supply only the best composite doors in St Helens.
Upgrade to a composite door
A composite door will enhance your home on the outside, making it more visually appealing for guests and prospective buyers if you decide to sell up and move to a new house.
Aside from adding kerb appeal, our composite doors in St Helens can improve your home’s thermal efficiency. Your home will be uber stylish and cosy, and you’ll get to save money on your monthly energy bills!
Another great reason to upgrade to a composite front door is that they have an average lifespan of 30 years and require very little maintenance.
To benefit from a local, professional service, contact ArcOframe on 01744 615 111.
Frequently Asked Questions
Composite doors are made from a wide range of materials.
They usually have a sturdy timber core that provides optimal strength and resilience. Wood is also a natural insulator, meaning it will allow less cold air to pass through the door – helping to keep your home cosy.
Composite doors have additional layers that protect the timber and increase strength and durability, including uPVC, glass-reinforced plastic (GRP), foam insulation and steel reinforcement.
We’re no stranger to poor weather conditions in the North West, but our composite doors in St Helens have uPVC profiles that will retain their stunning looks for longer – protecting the wood underneath from warping, cracking and rotting.
GRP coatings offer exceptional resistance whilst foam layers add strength and help your home to retain more natural heat – saving you money on your energy bills. Steel reinforcements make composite doors one of the strongest options on the market.
As far as home improvements go, replacing your existing wooden door with a composite alternative is one of the best ways to add value to your property.
Much like getting new windows and frames, a composite front door creates a beautiful façade that visitors and passers-by will notice as soon as they approach your home.
Likewise, if you decide to put your property on the market, a composite door will give prospective buyers the perfect impression of your home when they attend a viewing – increasing your chances of selling.
Another great thing about our composite doors in St Helens is that, despite being amongst the most secure on the market, they require little to no maintenance – meaning you can retain the appearance of a solid hardwood front door with hardly any effort or expense.
Get in touch to find out more about the ways our doors can boost the value of your property.
With so many gorgeous colour choices on offer, deciding on the perfect one for your home can be difficult – but the team at ArcOframe will gladly assist you.
Something to bear in mind when picking a door colour is that it should, ideally, add to your home’s kerb appeal – not to mention suit the style and age of your property.
Typically, darker composite door colours, such as navy blues, deep reds or blacks, are better suited to periodic properties. Oak or wood effect are preferred for country-like homes and green shades can complement the surrounding countryside. Newly-built homes generally suit bright colours or subtle tones or black for a modern look.
It’s a good idea to take into consideration your windows and other doors, too. Your new door should either match or complement these to ensure a consistent look.
For more tips, contact ArcOframe on 01744 615 111.
In a nutshell, yes!
If you live on a busy main road or particularly noisy street, you’ll be pleased to know that our composite doors in St Helens have much better soundproofing properties than standard wooden doors.
Our team fit composite doors with a new, precisely-designed frame, which helps to maximise thermal efficiency and minimise external noise at the same time.
Whilst composite doors do a great job of keeping the sound of noisy passers-by and traffic out on their own, you could further soundproof your home by replacing old single-glazed windows with double- or triple-glazing.