Our Solidor Composite Doors are packed with market leading features that simply aren’t available on other composite doors. Unique colours, exclusive high security hardware and beautifully crafted door slabs are just a few of the reasons why we choose to install this product, helping to ensure that we meet the high expectations of our customers.
Solidor Composite Doors are the very finest on the market today. Put simply, composite is a mixture of two or more materials that when combined produce a material with characteristics different from the individual components. In the case of our composite doors, UPVC and hardwood have been combined to create our Solidor Composite Doors.
Specification, even from the nearest rival composite door is unmatched, due to the unique solid timber core construction that is the ONLY 100% hardwood timber core on the market and is 10% thicker than nearest competitor doors, helping make them more secure and energy efficient.
Boasting 18 different colours including chartwell green, duck egg blue and the daring aubergiene, as well as the more traditional wood grain finishes, the only limitation to what can be achieved is your imagination.
Our doors not only look fantastic, but are guaranteed to keep you and your family safe and secure, thanks to the unique Avantis lock, which includes the industries largest dead-bolt. The launch of the latest AV2 lock, which replicates the appearance of a traditional key operated rim lock on period doors, yet featuring high security multi-point locking is yet another key feature that separates our composite doors from our competitors.
Protecting the environment is a key principle here at Windows Are Us and it is yet another reason why we have invested our time in promoting Solidor as our choice for composite doors, as it is without doubt ‘The greenest door from the greenest door company’. They are amongst some of the most environmentally friendly on the market. All of the hardwood timber slabs used in the manufacturing process are sourced from managed rain forests.