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uPVC Doors Prices in 2017, Quotes & Benefits

different styles of uPVC doorsUn-plasticised Polyvinyl Chloride, more commonly known as uPVC, is one of the most popular types of materials used when installing external doors. In comparison to other popular types of door materials like timber and aluminium, uPVC tends to be the cheapest option available.

It is usually wrapped around a core of galvanised steel, making it durable and giving you peace of mind when it comes to security and longevity.

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Why choose uPVC doors for your home?

uPVC is ideal for the damp climate we have here in the UK as it doesn’t face the same problems of warping or rotting that a timber door would experience. Maintenance is also extremely easy – your door will simply need wiping down with water and a household cleaner when it starts to look dirty.

Insulation and a reduction in condensation is another big benefit of replacement uPVC doors. Not only will they help to keep your home warmer (or cooler in the summer months), they will also insulate against noise – making them ideal if you live near a busy road. New uPVC front doors are also very difficult to break – meaning your home will be more secure against thieves. They are also a great deal more resistant to fire than their timber counterpart.

Not only is uPVC the cheapest door material, a new door can also add value to your home and be an attractive feature to buyers if you choose to sell your property.

How much do new uPVC doors cost?

uPVC is the cheapest material option for a new door but prices will vary depending on the size and style you opt for. You will also need to consider any additional costs that will result from including accessories like handles and letterboxes. Just Doors suggest a uPVC door can cost from £279 whilst Direct Doors estimate that prices will start from around £400, however this will vary greatly.


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