External Doors Norwich

Wondering about the choice of external doors in Norwich?

  • You can choose from a variety of styles for your external doors.
  • We can help you choose the best kind of external doors for you.

  • You’re not limited to just timber for your external doors.

Which Type to Choose?

At P&K Home Improvements, we have a vast selection of external doors in Norwich to choose from. Starting from colour and size through to style and cost. The best type of external doors are the ones which enhance your home, fit your budget and, most importantly, suit your needs.

In terms of materials, you can choose from external wooden doors, composite doors, external aluminium doors and uPVC doors.

Timber looks great in a country cottage, shabby chic style setting. But be warned – it can be difficult to maintain. The wind, rain and sun can all damage the wood over time if you don’t look out for it by painting and varnishing regularly. No one wants warped, faded doors and dry rot.

The Benefits of Different Doors

Composite external doors are more durable than timber, thanks to a toughened interior (and which also proves excellent insulation). This type of door can even look like it is made from wood.

Aluminium external doors look good, too and are equally as durable when it comes to withstanding the harsher elements of the British climate. And finally, uPVC external doors are regularly used thanks to their value for money. Although they do expand and contract in the heat, so aren’t quite as sturdy as composite or aluminium external doors.

Bi-Fold Doors

Our external doors in Norwich also come in a variety of styles, such as bi-fold doors, sliding doors, French doors and traditional swing doors. Bi-fold doors and excellent for letting in as much daylight as possible. They look great on single-storey rear extensions where they can be opened so that the home and garden become ‘one.’ Sliding doors are better than bi-fold external doors if you don’t have a lot of space.

That’s because bi-fold doors ‘stack up’ when they’re opened, with all the panels pushed to one side. French doors are less expensive than the other two styles and will take up less space if opened outwards.