Coposite doors take their name from the composite materials that make up the inside of the door. There are slight variations available, but most high quality composite doors comprise of a timber hardwood sub-frame that houses the composite material. The doors are typically hung in a UPVC steel reinforced frame.
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The majority of notable Composite door manufacturers now use a GRP skin on either side of the door. GRP skins are available in a variety of colours, and importantly GRP is not known to fade or discolour in direct sunlight as UPVC does. GRP skins can boast a traditional timber grain effect, giving the appearance of real wood. This proves to be a big selling point for Composite doors, as they are a lot more resistant to weathering and age than wooden doors. GRP skins can be sprayed, however it is preferable to source a GRP skin that has a through-colour applied.
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