Wood Effect Composite Doors
Solidor composite doors feature traditional styles combined with modern technologies – making them the perfect match for Timberlook flush casement windows. You can choose from a wide range of designs that all feature a solid timber core that is highly secure and energy efficient.
Traditionally styled composite doors are simply the perfect complement to our Timberlook window system. Packed with a range of features exclusive to Solidor, we think that they are the best on the market by far.
With hundreds of possible configurations, each available in a fine selection of period and modern colours, you can design a Solidor that’s just right for you. There is a vast selection of handles and accessories to choose from, and you can even specify a different colour for the inside of the door. It’s no wonder that homeowners often ask for Solidor by name!
Beautiful doors, inside and out.
Transform your front door into a stylish entrance and focal point.
You have a wide choice of designs and unique colours to pick from, and they are supplied with modern high-security hardware and beautiful accessories.
The Solidor colour range is now one of the widest available, with 23 finishes that can be used inside and out. The collection features exclusive colours like Walnut and Duck Egg blue. There are 18 colour combinations available for the door frames too! With a proper ‘through colour’ (not just a stain or simple gel on the surface), they are sure stay vibrant and fresh for years to come.
Your home security is of the utmost importance and so composite doors are fitted with the very latest locking mechanisms and security features. Solidor have the exclusive Avantis lock, and they are also available with Ultion locks. From the solid construction, through to key mechanisms, Solidor have a host of security enhancements to help make your front door as secure as possible.
Composite front doors are made from multiple materials to ensure their strength, durability and looks. The core of a composite door can contain wood, insulating materials and many other layers. These are in turn protected by a weather-resistant outer skin.
Whilst you may pay slightly more for a composite door over a standard uPVC door, you get so much more for your money.