There is a variety of double glazed UPVC doors available in the market so before you buy just research each and every of the door carefully to install the right one in your home.
The composite doors are gaining the popularity due to their security, strength and warmth. The composite doors are made up of 48mm thick glass reinforced plastic door slabs, thus replacing the traditional doors quickly in UK.
Panel doors have a panel, which is glazed internally to a sash and forms the fundamental part of the door. The panel doors have the curb side appeal along with the glass bevels and resin bevels. The opening part of the panel door is hung on the outer frame. A wide variety of colours and designs available in the market make it a favourable choice of the homeowners.
The people who still want to remain linked with their roots and want to have a traditional cottage look in their home can install UPVC cottage doors. The people who already live in country side already use these UPVC cottage doors in their houses.
The crucifix doors are the modern composite doors as the door centre has a transom that runs horizontally and a mullion that runs vertically or in other direction from top to bottom in crucifix shape. The glazing areas in the door are now in four sections rather than in one or two section. The door has good strength thus protecting it from thieves to make their way.
The upvc bifold doors are the contemporary solution to the new aged houses. The five section bifold upvc door has varied options of opening like two sections going right and three sections going left or it can be vice versa. These doors are also known as zig zag doors that open in any direction. The doors when opened completely offer great ventilation to the room.
The patio doors are large doors with usually two panes or even four panes. One of the door slides are called sash and the other one stays in position. The patio doors have added security, as there are art locking and anti-lift devices in the door.