uPVC Doors Explained

Our uPVC door range is very popular, not just for front doors, but for back and side doors too. With various different colour options and glazing designs to choose from, it’s easy to create the ideal door for your home from our range. Secure and thermally efficient, your doors will keep you safe and draught-free.

What is a uPVC Door?

uPVC stands for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, which means it’s a hard material that does not flex easily. Although its proper name sounds like a chemical, uPVC is actually a very benign substance which is also used to make mouth guards and orthodontic retainers, so you can be sure that it is a safe material for use around your home. Water and fire-resistant, uPVC creates strong, maintenance-free products – and our doors are no exception.

With a dense core surrounded by high-quality uPVC, our doors are resilient and will ensure your entrance way is not draughty or inefficient at retaining heat. This also ensures that our doors are light yet strong – a must for ease of use and property security. Colour is applied throughout the material, so our uPVC doors won’t fade or peel over time.


  • Comes with a 10-year guarantee
  • Available in 11 colours
  • Pre-designed and bespoke glazing options available
  • Toughened safety glass as standard
  • A wide range of door furniture available
  • Dense core material ensures thermal efficiency and strength
  • Multipoint locking as standard


  • Can deteriorate over time
  • Limited design styles
  • Discolours over time

upvc doors explained

Interested in a new uPVC door? Contact us today