If you have decided to install a uPVC entrance door for its energy-efficient qualities, you may have concluded that you won’t have very many design options available. But that simply isn’t the case! With the sharp rise in popularity of uPVC as a building material, you have many more options to choose from than you would have had a few years ago.
That being said, the entrance to your home is a very important feature of your home. You want it to be aesthetically appealing and make your guests feel welcome. When choosing the ideal uPVC door for your home, you have a lot of aspects to consider, including the following factors.
Most front doors open inwards, but if you want your front door to open outwards, so be it.
Styles And Sizes
There are so many different styles to choose from for your front door. You could do something really grand like a cathedral toplight or include a simple sidelight. All of these different styles certainly add character to your front door. You can also choose between a single door as your front door or to include a double door. You may have to consider the space you have available to you.
The colour of your door and door frame should definitely fit in with the look and feel of your home. However, this is also an opportunity for you to have a little bit of fun with colour and show off your personal style.
Glass Or No Glass
It is very common for front doors to have some sort of glass element. Not only is it appealing, but it also makes it easy for you to see who’s at the front door. However, some people would prefer privacy and opt for a solid door instead.
Do you have a cat or dog in your home that you want to provide ease of access to? The good news is that at Green Innovations, we have uPVC doors with cat flaps.
Are you searching for the perfect uPVC doors for your home? Here at Green Innovations, we have the widest range of options in New Zealand, and we’d love to make all your door dreams come true. Get in touch with us today for more information, or feel free to browse our online selection.