uPVC Entrance Doors
The low maintenance and safe way to secure your home.
UPVC Entrance Doors are enjoyed by millions of homes across the UK because they’re a great all-rounder. They’re secure, they’re easy to maintain and they’re energy-efficient. There’s not much more that you could want from a front door when it comes to practicality!
Another great thing about uPVC Doors and this plays into their popularity is that they’re affordable. uPVC doors aren’t going to blow anyone away but they’re not supposed to. It’s designed with practicality in mind, with keeping your house warm and your family safe.
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uPVC offers a range of benefits to your home, from security to appearance we have you covered.
Security is one of the most important factors in an entrance door, our uPVC doors are made with a multi-point locking system and snap door cylinders in order to keep you and your family safe. The exterior is reinforced with MDF to provide a resilient and durable front which doesn’t sacrifice style for safety.
All of our uPVC doors are designed with efficiency in mind, with a high energy efficiency rating uPVC doors eliminate draughts and keep in heat, saving you money on your heating bills from the moment they are installed.
Features & Benefits:
- Affordability – It’s one of the biggest benefits of the UPVC door – it’s affordable! Not only is the up-front cost light on most pockets, it hardly requires any maintenance, so you’re not needing to spend on that either.
- Environmentally Friendly – Our uPVC Doors are made with recyclable plastics and last 35-75 years with regular maintenance!
- Insulation – UPVC Doors are great with keeping the heat in but also when it comes to keeping the noise out, especially when double-glazed windows are installed into your door.
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A & D Joinery manufacture, supply and install PVCu, Hardwood and Softwood Windows, Doors, Porches, and Conservatories, Soffits, Bargeboards and Guttering in Bolton, Bury, Wigan, Leigh, Greater Manchester and throughout the North West of England.