Would you buy uPVC doors? If you’re put off by stories you’ve heard before and feel you have to stay with timber, then we’d like to put forward a few of the benefits of internal uPVC doors and that way you can make an educated decision about whether you want them in your home.
Indoor uPVC is great for your home.
uPVC can be a cheaper option than timber and is an extremely popular material used in a lot of modern homes. It’s lower in cost than wood, and it’s both durable and easy to care for. uPVC is unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, in other words it’s a form of plastic, and when you have the u in front, it means it’s had no additives added during the manufacturing of the product. It can also have galvanized steel added to increase its strength and durability. This can help your doors last even longer.
A popular material for internal doors.
uPVC is one of the most popular types of materials used in modern doors. In comparison to other materials like timber and aluminium, uPVC is generally lower in cost and offers some great benefits including easy maintenance, durability and versatility.
uPVC stands for Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride.
It’s a form of plastic which is also known as rigid PVC as it’s hard and inflexible. Unplasticised simply means that no additives have been inserted during the manufacturing process.
Good for both internal and external doors.
uPVC can be ideal for both external uPVC doors and internal uPVC doors, working well with front and back external doors. There are different styles, and they are often used for patios and French sliding doors, and concertina closing bifold doors.
uPVC doors cost less than wooden doors so if you’re on a tight budget and can’t afford to invest in timber doors you have uPVC as an option. You’ll also find that one of the biggest benefits of uPVC is that it won’t need as much maintenance as wood, so that might be something to consider.
Strength and galvanized steel cores.
These types of doors are also very strong, as you can imagine. They are obviously secure too as they have the galvanized steel and won’t break easily. That means burglars won’t have an easy time of it if they’re trying to break into your home. You could also add more complex locks to your door as well to make them even safer.
No warping or cracking.
A uPVC door won’t warp in the same way as a timber door and it can be wiped down quickly, without any need for treatment. This is good because as we know, the inclement weather the UK produces is enough to create hard work for any homeowner wishing to keep their homes in good condition. If it’s an internal door, again, it won’t need as much maintenance as a wooden door.
Internal uPVC doors are great for noise, privacy and insulation.
Interior uPVC has great advantages, they have a robust core in the same way as the exterior doors and offer homeowners first class insulation throughout their home. This will also include noise and privacy control. This will help you reduce condensation, keeping your home warmer and making sure that each room is self-contained without having to listen to what’s going on in another room. They’re also energy efficient which means you’ll save on utility bills in the long term.
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If you think you’re ready to invest in internal uPVC doors get in touch and one of our dedicated team members can talk you through our great selection of internal doors. We have an amazing selection of both internal and external ones in an impressive variety of styles and colours. Get in touch today!