Our Doors Are Made From Fiberglass Composites
Composite materials have been widely used in the wind turbine blade, aviation and space industries due to the following advantages: high strength, light weight properties improved thermal properties, moisture resistace, UV stability, heat and fire resistance properties
Fiberglass is composite materials consist of two or more physically distinct and mechanically separable components called reinforcement and resin. These two components can be mixed in a controlled way to achieve optimum properties, which are superior to the properties of each individual component.
Fibreglass Doors Will Not Dent, Rust, Bow, Warp, Crack, Splinter, or Scratchation
Manufacturers, designers and engineers recognize the ability of fibreglass composites materials to produce high quality, durable and cost effective products. Composites solve problems, raise performance levels and enable the development of new innovations.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Our Doors offer full-length composite stiles which provide complete waterproofing for the door’s insulation, as exclusive to the Doors. Using the superior performance of composite stiles, these stiles will not splinter like wood or delaminate like steel.
High-Strength Engineered Composite Bottom Rails
The Door’s high-strength engineered composite rail prevents moisture from seeping into the door. This rail also allows the Door to accomodate a range of door seals.
Environmentally-Sound Polyurethane Foam Core
We offer doors that are completely CFC-free in conformance with environmental standards, provide superior thermal performance and enhanced soundproofing. The combination of these factors has created a door that serves to protect our environment and offers better thermal insulation to your home.
We offer a 10 year Limited Warranty on the Fibreglass Doors to original purchasers.
Care and Maintenance
Your GRP composite door has been designed to be easy to maintain. To keep your door clean, prolong the life of the surface finish and protect your warranty, we recommend you wash it regularly using warm soapy water (washing up liquid is ideal) and a soft, lint-free cloth. If you live in a coastal area, in a heavily industrialised area or near a main road, you may need to clean your door more frequently.
Do Not Use Any of the Following on Your Door
Abrasive cleaners or scouring pads
Any type of bleach or solvent (e.g. white spirit, methylated spirit, cellulose thinners, acetone or nail varnish remover)
Any type of adhesives or tack for providing temporary protection or fixing of seasonal or other decorations etc
High pressure or steam cleaners