Secure composite front doors
- Woodgrain with a natural appearance
- Tradition meets contemporary
- High security and weather-proofing
- Durable and easy to maintain
We don’t believe in compromising on quality. We’ve brought together materials to give you the very best in strength, easy maintenance, security and weather resistance. Oh – and they look great as well.
Behind that rather scientific-sounding name, you’ll find the latest technology and design indoors. When you’re indoors you’ll enjoy loads of style, strength and security too.
Composite doors are front doors made of a combination of materials that offer superior strength, durability, and energy efficiency. They are available in a wide variety of styles and colors and can be designed to look like traditional wood doors while providing added benefits such as high security and low maintenance.
Secured by Design
A range of accredited locking systems available to suit your preferred needs, as well as BS6375 and kitemarked cylinders as standard. Upgrading your door to PAS24 or the Police approved Secured By Design specification is just one click, and still with you in 7 days.
The hinge edge of your door has a PVC edging. Then we cut through the edging so that whichever hinge you selected sits neatly inside the edge of your door.
To make the door super-strong, the lock edge has been fitted with a full length of 4mm thick, powder-coated aluminium lock strip. Then your preferred lock sits flush inside your door.
Making a door to just hold the glass is easy. But have you ever thought about what happens if the glass unit breaks down in that composite door you fitted? You will want that door to have been a White Eagle door.
Our unique and patented glazing cassette can be removed from the inside to let you simply change the glass and reuse the cassette. You won’t need a new door because it has been damaged whilst trying to follow impossible deglazing knacks and techniques!
Our GRP side panel gives loads of choice. You can choose from 7 different designs, in 13 colours, with dozens of glass options – but, uniquely you can have a choice of width. All of which can carry the letterbox. All this may sound simple, but only with White Eagle!
Styles and Configurations of Composite Doors
Some popular styles and configurations include:
These doors have a classic, timeless look with features like raised panels, decorative glass, and a wooden grain effect finish.
These doors have a sleek, modern appearance with clean lines and minimal ornamentation. They may also have a smooth or textured finish.
These doors have a rustic, countryside feel with features like arched tops, decorative glass, and a wood-like finish.
These doors are designed to fit a single doorway and may have a variety of panel or glass configurations.
These doors consist of two doors that open in the middle and are commonly used for wider doorways.
These doors are divided into two parts that can be opened separately, allowing for ventilation while still maintaining security.
These doors have glass panels that extend the full height of the door and can be opened to create a larger opening.
Benefits of Composite Doors
Composite doors have several benefits compared to other types of doors. Here are some of the most significant benefits:
Security: Composite doors are made of multiple layers of high-quality materials, making them extremely strong and durable. They are also equipped with multi-point locking systems, which make them highly secure.
Energy efficiency: Composite doors are excellent at retaining heat, which can help reduce energy bills. They have a thick insulating core and are often fitted with weather seals to prevent draughts.
Low maintenance: Composite doors are easy to maintain and require very little upkeep. They do not need to be painted or treated regularly, and they can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth.
Aesthetics: Composite doors come in a variety of styles and configurations, making them a versatile option for homeowners. They can be designed to complement the look and feel of a property, and they often have a wood-like finish that looks and feels like traditional timber.
Durability: Composite doors are resistant to weather, warping, and cracking, making them a long-lasting option for homeowners. They are also less likely to fade or discolour over time, ensuring they retain their good looks.