Made to measure GRP Composite Doors that can be made to your specifications. These high performing external doors allow you to choose the style, colour, glazing and fixtures in order to create your own bespoke, statement door.
Made to measure GRP Composite Doors that can be made to your specifications. These high performing external doors allow you to choose thestyle, colour, glazing and fixtures in order to create your own bespoke, statement door.

 

Our composite doors are manufactured in Britain with the utmost attention to detail, each Nudor product is tested to the highest recognised standards of fire and weather-resistance, draught exclusion and security capability. We take great pride in the manufacturing of our composite doors to ensure you have a door which not only looks great but is of extremely high quality ensuring you have a composite door that you can trust.   

 

It is a high performance door because it is formed from GRP composite (high impact glass-reinforced polymer), combining traditional wood aesthetics with low maintenance technology. In fact, apart from the occasional wipe down, you can simply enjoy looking at your door every day. Truly Amazing.

 

Door Construction

GRP Fibrecolour doors are constructed using two 2mm thick GRP woodgrain skins permanently bonded to a perimeter sub-frame of synthetic material and filled with an insulating polyurethane core. The rigid polyurethane foam core is CFC and HCFC free, has an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero and a global warming potential (GWP) of less than five. The synthetic material of the sub-frame can be worked in a similar way to timber. GRP Fibrecolour doors can be trimmed in width and cut down in height, allowing doors to be sized to fit existing openings for refurbishment projects. The slab construction provides a fully sealed product impervious to moisture.

Thermal Performance

GRP Fibrecolour doors have a U value through the doors of 0.55W/m2K, equivalent to approximately four solid timber doors. 

 

 

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