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While this material may not have jumped at you originally, aluminium is excellent. Highly customisable, incredibly stable and works brilliantly for larger openings due to their ability to retain their expansion in higher temperatures. Put simply; this means that no matter the weather, their ability to open and close seamlessly won’t change.
Aluminium is a fantastic material for doors and door frames. Not only can it bring a high level of robustness to the entrance of your property with modern styling and colours, but it can hold large and heavier frames of glass for stunning rear sliding doors. If you’re looking for a modern aesthetic alongside long-lasting durability (with a huge option of glass fittings), aluminium doors are for you.
Yes, you can; although our aluminium offering can come in a range of colours, so do take a look at the individual brochures first. If you’re set on painting your aluminium door or frame, you’ll need to prime it first, before using a trusted brand of metal paint.
Aluminium doors are different to uPVC, not better. Aluminium doors generally sit a little higher in price and offer a different finished look and durability than uPVC. But uPVC doors come in a much wider variety of colours, styles and price ranges which may suit your needs. It’s better to talk with one of our team if you’re not sure which material is for you.
Unlike other exterior doors, aluminium offers you the opportunity to cut our large hinges or joints; plus, it won’t rot. Maintenance is easy, and the material is, in the majority of cases, 100% recyclable.
There’s a series of colours and finishes you can choose from, so that metallic image in your head couldn’t be further from reality. If you’d like a full breakdown – including all the technicalities – we’ve got brochures for that. Do take a look below, you can download them too.
Chose from a variety of extras including:
And much more.