Our Selection of Doors, in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, Is Sure to Include the Perfect One for You
Whether located at the front of your house offering a welcoming entrance to guests, or at the back of your property opening up to your beautiful garden, doors play an important part in the aesthetic of any home. At New Conservatory Roofs, in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, clients will find an extensive range of units, including bi-fold doors, French doors, composite doors, and patio doors. Offering an assortment of styles and models, our selection will enhance the space at your home, and can be purchased with additional extras such as beading, sills, thresholds, and glazing.
CHOOSE WARMCORE™ DOORS FOR THERMAL EFFICIENCY
WarmCore has been designed from the ground up to offer market-leading thermal performance, protecting against future tightening of Building Regulations - Part L. Using standard 28mm double glazing, the WarmCore folding/sliding door achieves a U-value of 1.5 W/m2 K. Upgrading the low-E glass gives an improved U-value of 1.4 W/m2 K, while a U-value as low as 1.0 W/m2 K is achievable using 44mm triple glazing. The advantage over traditional aluminium doors is clear, as many current doors struggle to meet current legislation.
STRONG SUREDOR™ COMPOSITE DOORS
The first impression a visitor gets of the home is based on the front door, and it is important for the home and the owner that it looks at its best. A door from the Suredor collection will enhance the property while giving top thermal performance, noise reduction, and draught exclusion, as well as providing effective security against intruders. Suredor fibreglass composite doors now offer the perfect solution. The door skins, composed of glass reinforced polymer (GRP), are made with a modern thermosetting process. They look like wood but are unaffected by variations in temperature.
Traditional French and residential doors can be constructed using the WarmCore system, in addition to a comprehensive range of folding/sliding doors, including all the popular elevational configurations and stacking options. Doors up to six metres wide, incorporating seven sashes, can be specified, while a midrail option is also available