How do I choose the right door for my budget

8 February 2019
Updated 11 February 2019

With the new year in full swing, there’s no better time to think about making home improvements. If you’re looking to make a great first impression, a new bespoke door may be the ticket.

As our doors can come in an extensive range of styles, materials, and configurations we’ve put together this article to cover the range of doors we offer.


uPVC doors

uPVC doors generally tend to be the most cost-effective option for many homeowners. This is due to a construction that is more simplistic than its composite counterpart. But don’t mistake uPVCs simplicity as being indicative of poorer quality. Our Liniar uPVC frames are at the forefront of innovation, pushing the boundaries of thermal efficiency and security, as well as style.

If you’re looking for an energy efficient and secure door, uPVC has all of the benefits of a modern door at great prices. On top of this, uPVC doors are highly customizable allowing for nearly endless personalization.


Composite doors

Composite doors are usually a larger investment than most other door types, although there is good reasons for this. DGN composite doors combine all of the benefits of uPVC with a foam core for additional weatherproofing and shock absorption as well as a glass reinforced plastic outer shell, which is highly weather resistant.

Overall composite doors offer the best security and energy efficiency features available on the market and DGNs Endurance range is no exception. On top of this, our composite doors come with the same extensive range of customizability options available on our uPVC range, so you’ll never need to choose function over style.

What should you choose?

When it comes to doors, our advice would be to choose a door that provides you with the features you require and is within your budget. Whilst other door types are available, nothing beats the low maintenance requirements and fantastic feature set of uPVC and composite doors.

To see our full range of doors, head to our product page or contact your local installer to request a brochure. Our team is always happy to help. If you already have an idea of what you’re after, why not try our free quote builder tool?