Homeshield Scotland LTD Composite Door.
Secure. Quiet. Customisable
Homeshield Scotland LTD offers the latest in technological advancement when it comes to doors for your home. Experience maximum security, durability and style with our GRP composite doors.
Composite doors To Fit Any Home
At Homeshield, we specialise in offering high-quality composite doors. These doors are known for their durability, thanks to their unique combination of materials such as PVC, wood, and insulating foam. Homeshield’s composite doors are resistant to warping, cracking, and fading. With added security features like multi-point locking systems and reinforced panels, homeowners can enjoy peace of mind. Available in a variety of styles, colours, and finishes, Homeshield’s composite doors also enhance the aesthetic appeal of any home.
Our Door Styles & Colours
We offer a large range of colours, each in one of two styles: traditional, and our own special selection:
Our glass comes in a wide variety of styles. We offer anything from plain glass to glaze and decorative, such as bevelled, frosted, leaded, stained and etched styles.
Standard Colour Selection
We have a standard palette for all doors, flexible choices on the inside and out.
Premium Colour Selection
Our premium selection offers a unique palette for those looking for an extra punch.
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The Durability You Need
Our Composite Door Colour & Style Range
We have plenty of colours and styles to choose from to ensure that can find something that fits your home!
Security of the Highest Quality
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more secure door in Scotland
Composite doors come with a naturally strong core that is anti-impact, but that’s not where the security ends. Homeshield Scotland LTD’s doors each come surpassing all quality standards when it comes to the first line of defense of your home.
Our Partners, Accreditations & Awards
We operate with a number of key partners and are accredited with a number of industry standards, so you know we are a home improvement company you can trust.
In addition, we’ve been recognised with national awards including ‘Best Home Improvement Company’ by the UK Enterprise Awards three years in succession.
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We Cover All Of Scotland
We here at Homeshield take great pride in its position as Scotland’s Definitive Home Improvement Service. Where customer care and satisfaction are central to the ethos within the organisation.
We can make an appointment for one of our sales representatives to visit your home when it is convenient for you. During which, They will help you select the best products for your project and provide a free quote. All of our products are perfectly fitted by local, fully qualified professional installers. So why not choose our service today.
Composite Doors FAQs
Here are some of our frequently asked questions by our customers.
Glass-reinforced plastic is also known as fibreglass polymer. It’s a composite material made up of a polymer matrix that is strengthened with fibres of glass. The matrix itself is made of a thermosetting plastic, usually either polyester, epoxy or vinyl ester. It’s all reinforced with glass fibres that provide strength and rigidity.
The following is what you can expect from the material:
- Strength – Compared to its weight, GRP has a lot of strength within its material, meaning that GRP is very suitable for a lot of construction projects.
- Impressive Resistance Qualities – Composite doors owe GRP to its high resistance to corrosion and chemical damage, meaning that this is the material that you can thank for your protection against the harsh Scotland weather. This resistance is also what allows it to resist the effects of the outside, meaning there’s no fading or wearing of appearance. On top of the, its stability stops the door from warping or twisting from temperature change.
- Design Flexibility – The ease of use that comes from this material allows us to shape the door in many different ways, which is what we owe a lot of our more premium styles to the material. It also is able to mimic hardwood, broadening the aesthetic possibilities of the door.
The GRP is the outermost layer of the door, with the solid-core UPVC within.
uPVC, which stands for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, is a type of rigid plastic that is often used within doors. In fact, we have doors almost entirely made up of this one material. However, in composite doors, the uPVC is used for the inner layer to take advantage of the great qualities this material offers.
The properties of this material are the following:
- Durability – Whilst GRP resists chemicals and corrosion, uPVC not only increases this defence but also adds to it by also resisting rot. Overall, these combined defences increase the door’s lifespan.
- Thermally Efficient – uPVC has a very low level of thermal conductivity. This means that it doesn’t allow heat to transfer through the material easily, meaning that heat is more efficiently trapped within the home. This way, eventually, the door will end up paying for itself in how much you’ll save in energy. This is particularly important in the cold Scotland weather.
- Weather Resistance – uPVC aids in GRP’s ability to stave off the warping that comes from weathering.
Probably the only con that comes from composite doors is their price. Whilst we fully believe the price to be worth it, and will eventually pay for itself in costs saved from the extra heat saved in the your home, the professional binding of the composite materials makes this perhaps the best type of door on the market.