Built to withstand extremes of weather
Our composite doors are designed to last in even the most extremes of weather, providing excellent protection from the elements for the end user.
Xtremedoor composites have been tested for weather tightness on the glazing system, enduring 2000 pascals. A pascal is a unit of pressure equal to one newton per square metre(N/m2), with 670 pascals equating to a hurricane (which is a windspeed of 75mph). Our composites exceeded this times three, so can withstand 225mph winds.
A triple sealed outerframe and uPVC edgebanding not only helps improve thermal efficiency, it keeps the worst of the British weather at bay too.
Come rain or shine, XtremeDoor is built to resist the elements. Extremes of temperatures can play havoc on some doors, exposing them to problems like warping and cracking, but not with XtremeDoor.
No swelling doors during winter
If you have an old wooden door you’ll know it can become stuck, especially during the winter or when it’s been raining heavily. This is due to moisture getting into the door causing it to swell and get stuck. It can also lead to rotting if left unchecked and can be costly to replace.
Thanks to a water proof skin and triple sealed uPVC outer frame your XtremeDoor will never swell or stick as no moisture is able to get into it.
No cracking, peeling or fading
Painted timber doors and some foiled uPVC front doors are susceptible to cracking under heat. Sunlight can fade colours, crack coloured and woodgrain foils, peel paint and even warp the door itself.
XtremeDoor skins are made from GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) and won’t fade, crack or warp, so your door will carry on functioning perfectly whatever the weather.