Composite doors are designed of a choice of materials, which includes uPVC and a solid timber to name a few. Each material is selected for its unique properties which are fused together to create an exceptionally strong door. Unlike uPVC doors made of plastic alone, Chattanooga Exterior’s composite doors are forged utilizing multiple materials glued and pressed together under high-pressure conditions.
Composite doors offer a solution to issues frequently seen in single-material doors, by choosing certain materials with specific properties to counteract them. When you invest in a professional composite door, you are investing in a solid door frame fashioned from robust and tough materials.
This type of door promises to add additional security, enhanced weatherproofing so you can have peace of mind when it comes to the protection and safety of your home and family. The benefits of composite doors include the extensive options you receive in terms of customizing them to your personal requirements and taste. With a variety of color options, as well as wood grain finishes, textures, and effects, it’s possible to achieve a one-of-a-kind composite door construction that matches your unique style.
Chattanooga Exterior’s doors are a durable and low maintenance option for your home. The aesthetic and color will last because of the state-of-the-art manufacturing methods that ensure your composite door is resistant to weathering and even frequent or heavy use.
Are Composite Doors Secure?
Chattanooga Exterior’s doors are known for their security and sturdy structure. With a timber core, they ought to be your first pick in terms of securing your residence and keeping you protected and safe.
Chattanooga Exteriors installs three different door brands that include Therma-Tru Entry Doors, ProVia Replacement Doors, and Andersen Patio Doors.
If you are looking for a composite door installation contractor, you’ve come to the right place! Chattanooga Exteriors can take care of your needs. Call us today at (423) 641-4159 for a free design consultation.