Composite Doors Liverpool

Composite doors are a great alternative to UPVC or timber front or back doors. They are a incredible focal point for home-owners looking to add instant transformation. With their wood-like appearance and hard-wearing, weather resistant finish, composite doors make a great addition to any style of home.

A good price

A good job, well done

Top quality products

Over 15 years Experience

The advantages of composite doors over UPVC or wood, are many. You won’t need to repaint your composite door as the finish will never fade, and they’re tough enough to stand the demands of busy family life and won’t dent or get damaged easily and require very little maintenance; the occasional wipe down with a damp cloth to keep it looking as good as the day it was installed. Also our Composite doors are Secured by Design accredited and are twice the thickness of standard UPVC doors too so you’ll benefit from added security.
Our Composite door collection have a prove level of security with inconceivable attractiveness that possesses superior style with strength. Our Composite doors are available in a wide range of colours; along with a vast selection of glass designs to help you create your own unique Composite door.

Our Service

Honest Price
Honest Service
Composite Door
Fitting Included
5 years Guarantee

Thanks you so much for all the hard work you done on our house, can’t thank you enough no wonder you’re called the honest fitter. Amazing work, would recommend to everyone. Thanks Lee!!’


Composite Doors I have fitted in Liverpool

Composite Doors Liverpool

Secured by Design is the official UK Police flagship initiative supporting the principles of ‘designing out crime’.

Secured by Design focuses on crime prevention of homes and commercial premises and promotes the use of security standards for a wide range of applications and products.

Would like a free no obligation quotation?

Looking for Composite Doors fitted in Liverpool


The Honest Fitter

0151 345 9873

0800 689 9779

[jw_easy_logo slider_name=”Logos”]