VEKA Composite Doors
Definition: A composite door, as its name suggests, is a door made up from several different materials – a composite material sub frame supported by timber stiffeners and pressure filled with an energy efficient foam, all encased in a surface material of GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic).
The VEKA Composite Door System offers all the aesthetic benefits of timber, coupled with the security, thermal performance and low maintenance of modern materials. Available in a range of 21 styles, a choice of 5 colours and 2 woodgrain finishes plus a large selection of glass patterns, there is a Composite Door to suit every home.
A Composite Door is ideal for those that wish to invest in the looks, security and thermal efficiency of their home.
In 2010 the VEKA Composite Door System was awarded the coveted Secured by Design Accreditation – a scheme established by the Association of Chief Police Officers in order to acknowledge home improvement products which pass stringent tests and meet the principles of ‘designing out crime’. Not only this but the doors are available with a choice of locks and are covered by the Saracen Secure Scheme – a guarantee against forced entry.