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The advantages of aluminium entrance doors in your home

Our Smart Systems Alitherm suite of single doors or french doors enhance your home with secure, energy efficient and slimline aluminium doors. If you are looking for slimline, attractive and robust external doors in your home, our latest generation, quality aluminium entrance doors are perfect. Here are just some of the advantages of aluminium entrance doors.

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Why Aluminium Entrance Doors are better in aluminium.

Where our frameless glass doors may not be required we can  provide a great door solution for all around the home. Our doors can be used a new glazed front door, utility room door or dining room French doors.  You can even use our Alitherm aluminium doors internally to create an internal lobby or separate two rooms. If you are building a conservatory, glazed extension or sun room, our aluminium entrance doors complement the built structure as well as lantern roofs and conservatory roof bars.

Our Alitherm aluminium doors come with a choice of frame profile allowing you to choose a slimline contemporary aluminium door with a flat appearance.  In aluminium you can also choose from chamfered profiles for properties better suited to a traditional looking door.

Whatever you choose, all our aluminium entrance doors give you quality aluminium, a huge choice of colour and superb energy efficiency. There is even a slimline version to replicate old steel doors.

Despite being slim, aluminium entrance doors are incredibly strong, meaning that they can be manufactured in larger sizes.  Aluminium entrance doors are stronger and more rigid than PVCu and they can be made wider and taller as well.  We can fit wide and tall doors in your home giving you bigger door openings, a greater feeling of space and more light.  Often with aluminium entrance doors there is no need for additional side panels, typical of many PVCu or composite doors. Double doors in excess of 2 metres width and height are possible, subject to site survey. Single doors are possible as narrow as 400mm up to over 1 metre wide.

All our aluminium front doors, side doors or rear doors have a premium specification, superior manufacturing quality, great home security and are all professionally installed by us.

Bespoke Alitherm aluminium entrance doors.

Our range of aluminium entrance doors are available as open in or open out doors, can have matching side panels or top glazed lights.  There is a choice of midrail for utility rooms or front doors with optional letter plates, cat-flaps, decorative door panels and even integral glass blinds. There is even a choice of door furniture in white, silver, black, polished chrome or satin stainless steel.  For internal doors there is even the option of a low-level threshold for an easy transition from one room to another.

Another advantage of our aluminium entrance doors is the ability for your to design your door from scratch. With the mullion, transom and bar profiles available we can feature doors with several glass panels, decorative glass, flat panels and much more besides. And because of the huge colour choice including wood effect aluminium, a door with two or more colours is possible. There is even the Smart Sensations textured aluminium paint finish available, to give a fantastic visual and tactile feel to your new doors by FGC.

Features of aluminium entrance doors.

  • Premium quality aluminium profiles, thermally insulated to help reduce your energy bills.
  • Standard rebated or low thresholds avaialable.
  • Slimline frames for maximum glass area.
  • Huge colour choice including woodgrain finishes.
  • Incorporate midrails, pet-flaps or panels.
  • 5-year guarantee.
  • Multi-point locking systems with security cylinders.

Our aluminium entrance doors are guaranteed to add value and a great appearance to your home. They are ideal as a replacement to your existing old doors or for new structural openings. Contact us today for a free quotation and further information.

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Published on October 24, 2017

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