uPVC front doors: The cheaper option

Is your front door looking a little old and tired? Could you do with a new front door to boost the kerb appeal and improve your home’s security? There’s a lot to consider and it’s not simply a case of putting any old door at the front of your house.

And one of your first decisions will be on the material to choose. There are three main options in this respect, including composite and wooden doors. But we’re here to discuss the reasons to invest in an uPVC front door.

The chances are you’ve probably had a uPVC door at some point. Typically uPVC doors are fitted onto modern houses, in particular properties on new estates because they’re the cheapest option. And this is actually the first benefit to consider: the cost.

It’s rare that we have a fortune to spend, especially on the front door, and with uPVC front doors you’ll get the cheapest choice available. But does this mean they’re not as effective as other door types? Not in the slightest and uPVC doors have excellent security features, are easy to maintain and enjoy fantastic durability and weather resistance.

Essentially, with an uPVC front door you’ll save money but still have all the necessary benefits you need at the front of your home. And there are plenty of styles and colours to choose from.

In fact, no longer do you need to opt just for the plain white colour as once was. There are now plenty of colours to select from, including woodgrain effects to give your front door a wooden appeal.

And once installed uPVC doors need minimal maintenance. They won’t rot, warp, crack or peel, instead lasting for decades. Cleaning is easy and you simply need a wet cloth to remove most grime and dirt.

On top of all this, your security isn’t compromised because uPVC doors are fitted with the latest locking mechanisms to keep you safe.

So there’s the uPVC door for you. They look great and will give your home the security it needs, whilst being weather resistant and durable too.

Evy Coe

Evy works for Quotatis as a Content Marketing Executive. She loves to write about interior design and help homeowners with their DIY projects.