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Composite Doors in Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire & South-West London

A marvel in door engineering, composite doors take the best qualities of a number of door materials and expertly combine them to achieve a truly outstanding performance for the home.

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Customer Journey

The process of buying from Sherborne Windows consists of 3 simple steps:


After getting in touch with us online, in person or over the phone regarding your home improvement project, we send out a member of our friendly team to your home to do a survey and discuss your requirements further.


Once you've told us what work you'd like doing and a price has been agreed, a date that is suitable for us and yourself will be set for our installation team to carry out the work.


Once the work has finished, we provide you with a comprehensive 10-year guarantee. You'll also have access to our brilliant aftersales service, ensuring you can continue getting the best from any products purchased from us.

Available in a Range of Door Styles

We install composite doors in a variety of styles, so there are options to suit a varying range of homeowner requirements. To find out more information on the different styles of composite door door that we have available, click on the links below.

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Front Doors

Available in a variety of materials, colours and stylish designs, our front doors are a great way to update how your home looks from the street for the better.

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Back Doors

Reinforce the back of your home against burglars and the cold with one of our stylish back doors, which you can customise to your liking.

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French Doors

Known for their double door design, French doors add timeless charm and natural light to anywhere they're fitted.

Choose from a Huge Selection of Colour Finishes

The woodgrain exterior of a composite door can be finished in a wide range of standard and premium colours. However, in addition to this, we can apply over 200 RAL colours as well, so there is a huge amount of available possibilities for the way they look. If you’d like a different finish for the interior and exterior framing, which is known as a dual colour option, we have this available too.

Rosewood OrangeryGolden Oak OrangeryBlack OrangeryCream OrangeryWhite OrangeryAny RAL Colour Orangery

Take advantage of energy-efficient, low maintenance composite door design

Our composite doors feature a double rebate system, which creates an additional draught seal internally. By effectively keeping out draughts, your home can stay warmer without so much aid from your central heating system. Not only does this mean that homes are more comfortable but you should see a noticeable reduction in your energy bill too.

Every single one of our composite door options can achieve an energy rating of ‘A’, which makes them some of the most efficient. However, as is the case with our other door options, they require very little maintenance to keep them looking and performing their best.

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Leading security levels for your home

In terms of security, there really is very little that can compete with our composite doors. For starters, they are secured at multiple points around the door frames, plus they are equipped with Kitemarked cylinder locks. If opting for any areas of glazing in the door design, the glass in use is also toughened and fitted between a raised moulding to secure it into place.

The cylinder locks we use have even been approved by Secured by Design, which is a security initiative led by the UK Police. With such a wealth of impressive security features in place, you can rest assured that the security of your home is never in doubt when opting for one of our composite doors.

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What are composite doors made of?

Pioneering composite door design takes into consideration the typical defects often found in doors that use one material. Each material used to manufacture a composite door is used for a particular benefit, which makes the composite door the most secure and robust entrance door currently available. Our composite doors utilise low maintenance uPVC, a dense foam core, a scratch-resistant GRP skin, and secured by design locking systems.

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Modern & traditional composite doors

Composite doors are extremely versatile, they can be designed to look modern or as traditional as you please. Composite doors can be engraved with all the intricate details of a Victorian-style door or you can keep it simple and have minimalistic stylings.  They also come in a plethora of colours…

Traditional colours

If you are looking for a 1930s inspired composite door, Chartwell Green is a perfect colour to achieve the desired aesthetic. The green hue transports us to the British countryside and creates a calm and quaint character. We also have woodgrain finishes available, so if you are looking for an oak composite door, we have Golden Oak, Irish Oak, and Rosewood available!

Modern colours

With the rise of Scandinavian design, modern architecture has become minimalistic and industrial looking, which is why grey and black are the most popular colours for windows and doors for contemporary homes. A grey composite door is more of a subtle feature, though if you are looking for a striking focal point, black composite doors are perfect. Pair your modern composite door with a chic T bar handle and minimal door furniture for a completely modern look.


Do you need a new frame with a composite door?

Whether or not you need a new frame with a composite door will depend on the condition of your existing frame. In some cases, a composite door can be fitted into an existing frame, which can help to keep costs down and make the installation process faster and easier. However, if your existing frame is damaged, warped, or poorly insulated, it may be necessary to replace it at the same time as installing a new composite door.

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Is a composite door better than a uPVC door?

Both composite and uPVC doors have their own set of advantages and disadvantages, and the better option for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.

Composite doors are typically considered to be a more durable and higher-quality option, as they are made from a combination of materials that work together to provide strength, insulation, and security. They are also available in a wider range of styles and colors than uPVC doors, and can be customized to match the look of your home.

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Windlesham Conservatory & Orangery Showsite

Lavershot Barns, London Road (A30), Windlesham, GU20 6LL

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135 Lynchford Rd, Farnborough, Hants GU14 6HD

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Timber Windows of Hartley Wintney Showroom

55 High Street, Hartley Wintney, Hook, RG27 8NY

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Timber Windows of Sunningdale Showroom

2 Broomhall Buildings, London Road, Sunningdale, SL5 0DH

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