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In the UK, although we’re renown for our rainy climate, our weather seems to be becoming ever more unpredictable. Resulting in everything from hosepipe bans at one end of the scale to floods at the other, sometimes in the course of just one season, let alone over a whole year.
So, when it comes to your front door, you want something that can withstand everything the British weather can throw at it – and that means sun, rain, hail, snow, sleet and wind. Because, when you think about it, your front door isn’t only a welcoming gateway to your home – it’s also an important part of its weather proofing system. In fact, it’s just as important as the windows and roof.
Although they can look great if properly maintained, we all know that traditional timber doors swell in winter, shrink in summer and end up warped, twisted and split. Which is bad news when it comes to protecting your home from the elements. But, the great news is, Bowater Composite Doors come with none of these problems – they simply look great, whatever the weather, and work really hard, day after day, season after season to make sure your home remains warm and dry.
And because the unique strength and makeup of Bowater Composite Doors means there’s none of that warping and twisting associated with timber doors, you can be sure yours will stay wind and weatherproof throughout its extremely long life. Incidentally, our doors are also extremely low maintenance, so you don’t need to wait for a fine day to give them a quick run over with a damp cloth!
All Bowater Doors are also fully framed with high performance weatherseals, so you’ve no need to worry about those nasty winter drafts. In addition, they feature clever rain deflectors designed to keep out even the most persistent of the British weather.
If you want to choose from our extensive range of Composite Front Doors, simply request one of our FREE guides either download a PDF or order your copy by post.
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