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Comp Door Kent Composite Door In White

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Option
Installation
Option
Bow/Warp
Resistant

1.4
W/m2k

New Build
Approved
Triple Sealed
Frame
Solid Timber
Core

The Comp Door Kent Composite Door In White is a brand new, innovative composite door designed by some of the leading figures in the industry.
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The CompDoor is a brand new, innovative composite door designed by some of the leading figures in the industry. Improving the functionality of existing composite door technology, the CompDoor is a solid timber-core door that uniquely combats any seasonal movement, resulting in a rock-solid door that looks and performs great all year round.

  • 48mm Solid timber core
  • Auto fire locking - no need to double lock manually
  • Coolskin technology eliminates door bowing or warping
  • First timber core door to achieve 1.4 /m2K U value
  • Triple sealed frames for better weatherproofing

Slab Design Kent
Slab Grooves Grooved
Slab Colour (External) White
Slab Colour (Internal) White
Hinge Side (Looking from outside) Left
Slab Glass Clear
Frame Style Standard
Frame Colour (External) White
Frame Colour (Internal) White
Opening Direction (Looking from outside) Open In
Frame Profile 77mm Chamfered Frame
Hardware Colour Chrome
Handle (Slab) ERA Balmoral L/Lever
Cylinder ABS Master Key/Key - Nickel
Total Keys 3 Keys
Cylinder Surround Position (Slab) Middle
Letterplate No Letterplate
Door Bar No Door Bar
Hinge Type Era
Hinge Colour White
Threshold PVC Threshold
Cill None
Add-on Left None
Add-on Right None
Add-on Top None
Drainage Concealed/Base
Overall Width (inc Frame & Addons) 900mm
Overall Height (inc Frame, Addons & Cill) 2100mm

Material & Options:

Brand/Model: CompDoor Composite Door
Door Leaf Construction: CoolFoil Skin/Solid Timber Core
Outer Frame: uPVC
Delivery Time: 10 working days*
Glazing: 28mm Double Glazed
Cill Options: 85mm/150mm/180mm
Door Colours: Black/Blue/Chartwell Green/Cream/Duck Egg Blue/Foiled White/French Grey/Green/Irish Oak/Oak/Red/Rosewood/Schwarzbraun/White/Anthracite Grey/Agate Grey
Colours available both sides: Yes
Frame Colours: White/Rosewood/Oak/Cream/Foiled White/Irish Oak/Chartwell Green/Agate Grey/Anthracite Grey/Schwarzbraun/Silver Grey
Handle Colours: Chrome/Gold/Graphite/Bronze/Black/White/Antique Black/Stainless Stell/Pewter/Forged Black
Number of Keys: 3
Guarantee: 10-year Manufacturers Guarantee
Stable Door Option? No
Double Door Option? No
Arched Door Option? Yes
Cat Flap Option? No

*Delivery time is a typical example and is dependent on postcode and current workload.

Dimensions:

Frame Depth: 77mm
Frame/Threshold Height (Internal): (Internal): 57mm/15mm
Height Range: 1931mm - 2213mm (3147mm with Top Box)
Width Range: 723mm - 1033mm (3013mm with Glazed Side Panels
Glazed Side Panels: 250mm - 700mm
Composite Side Panels: 423mm - 583mm
Top Boxes: 200mm - 700mm

Measuring Guide for Bi-Folding, Sliding & Residential Doors

Step 1

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The first step is to measure your brick to brick width and height (NOT the existing frames if there is already a door or window present). This is also referred to as the structural opening.

Step 2

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We suggest measuring at three points in both height and width to ensure there are no discrepancies in the brickwork. If you find it runs out slightly, simply work from the smallest size.

Step 3

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You should also measure the cross corners and take a diagonal measurement if possible to further check the brickwork is running true.

Step 4

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Once you have your brick-to-brick sizes you need to deduct 10mm off the overall width and height. THESE ARE THE SIZES YOU ORDER! The 10mm is the fitting tolerance that will allow you to fit the item easily into the opening. We do not make this deduction for you!

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A Reynaers CP130 sliding door shown here with internal flooring and outside floor running flush to the track.

Achieving a flush finish

Use our threshold guides (found in the downloads section) to decide the best threshold and sill option for your doors. Its important to remember that if you are looking for a flush finish, this is achieved by the flooring levels that run up to the track and are the responsibility of the homeowner and the architect/builder. Please speak to your builder or flooring contractor and show them the threshold options if you are unsure.

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A Smart Visofold 1000 bi-fold showing the trickle vent fitted inside the 42mm add-on. Some products will have the vent fitted in the head profile below the add-on.

Trickle Vents

Due to new 2022 building regulations, there is a good chance any doors going into new extensions (or even refurbishments) may require trickle vents. If you are unsure, please refer to either your architect or local planning office to see if this is a requirement.

If trickle vents are required, your doors will be supplied with an add-on piece to the head jamb. This is included in the overall size you specify, and gives you some extra clearance to allow for plasterboards internally. The trickle vent itself will typically be installed in the head frame or the add-on itself, although this can vary by manufacturer. If this detail is important to you please ask before placing your order.

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Most bi-folds open outwards to save space on the inside room.

Orientation

Always remember when specifying your opening direction that all doors are viewed from the EXTERNAL of the property. For example, if you select a bi-folding door with the doors sliding left, that is the doors sliing left as viewed from the outside of the house.

If inward opening doors are specified, please ensure you have considered any furniture etc. on the inside of the room. This is particularly important with bi-folding doors, which would need to stack inside the room. (Typically, this is not common and they are ordered opening outwards).

Please note: The lower the U value the better, as this means the door is more energy efficient and will retain heat inside the home better. All doors meet current 2022 building regulations.

All composite doors have U values between 1.2 and 1.8. This is dependent on the exact door design and glass option specified.

The Mustang range is also dependent on design, but these doors offer impressive energy performance with U values as low as 0.92. (Thats very low!)

Our doors are no different to fit to any other door hung in an outer frame, which means they require skill and care. We understand that many people like to source their own installer to save money, or even ‘have a goʼ themselves if you are a handy DIYer! Please consult our installation guide before ordering, and ensure any tradesmen you have lined up are competent.

If installed correctly, our doors will require little to no maintenance. Almost all of the issues reported with entrance doors are down to improper installation, so please exercise caution!

Yes, we can offer marine-grade upgrades for customers who live within 10 miles of the coast.

Deciding which threshold and sill combination you have on your door is perhaps the most important decision. If the wrong threshold is selected, you could have issues with floor levels and the door opening clearance. There are various thresholds to choose from, and we recommend consulting the help icon on the website for a detailed explanation of each. If you are in doubt, please call or email us for advice on choosing the right threshold.

All products have measuring instructions on the product page.

Our best offering is the Mustang door, which can achieve an impressive U value as low as 0.92.

Planning permission is not typically required for replacement entrance doors, providing you are not making any alterations to the original aperture.

For refurbishment projects in a property you own, you will not need any building control or authority sign off providing you are replacing the current doors with an improved or like-for-like product.

For new builds and extensions, the products will need building regulations consent and must meet the current recommended minimum requirements. Further accreditations such as document Q, PAS24 and Police Approved may not be essential, but check that your architect or authority has not specified this.

All door ranges are available with a range of side panels and top lights, which you can select and design on the door designers.

The entrance door is the first thing many people look at on a new home and it is often the focal point of a building - with that in mind, how do you know which door is best for you?

We recommend the first consideration is budget - aluminium are truly stunning but being a true aluminium product they are more expensive than a composite alternative. If budget permits, an aluminium door is recommended (especially to match aluminium windows). With that said, if you are installing uPVC windows then a composite door is a great choice as they have matching uPVC frames and offer massive design variety.

Once your budget is established, you should then consider the key points of each door to decide which is more suitable for your project:

Energy efficiency - all are good energy performers but Mustang has very impressive energy ratings.

Security - all doors have the same accreditations in this respect. However, a Mustang door is the thickest and heaviest door.

Looks - Mustang is a very modern-looking product, Solidor and Door-Stop offer both modern and traditional appearances.

Value for money - Door-Stop is our most competitive door and superb value for money.

We proudly display every brand we supply, and any research into these brands will confirm they are of impeccable quality. We offer aluminium and composite entrance door options, two of the strongest and most secure materials that you can choose for a front door. Our composite doors are official Solidor Doors, arguably the most popular door in the UK. We also offer a choice of high-end aluminium doors, from some of the most reputable fabricators in Europe.

The Solidor door range boasts a huge range of glass options, from decorative leading, traditional coloured lights and stylish triple glazed, ornate options.

The Mustang range has a more simplified glass offering, which is either clear, satin sandblasted or sandblasted with horizontal lines.

Yes we provide low threshold options on all door ranges.

Solidor offer a range of locking and hardware options, from traditional lever handles and handless key only options, right through to designer stainless steel bar handles. Please visit our door designer to view all of the options.

Mustang doors come with a contemporary stainless steel bar handle as standard. Spitfire Doors always have a lever handle on the inside of the door, that compliments internal door handles.

Absolutely not! Both our aluminium and composite doors are developed so that they will never need painting, and will stay looking great for many, many years with very little maintenance.

All of our doors come with 3 keys as standard, but more can be provided upon request.

All of our entrance doors are highly secure, and meet all leading UK security accreditations including PAS24, Police Approved and part Q. We offer either 3 or 5 point multipoint locks, 3 star security cylinders and optional upgrades such as security chains and door entry guards.

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Composite Doors Done Right

The Comp Door is an exciting new product on the market, developed by some of the most experienced and respected people in the industry.

Seeking to solve the niggles that plague other timber-core composite doors, the result is a superior product at a very attractive price point.

There have been several enhancements to this door whilst in development that put it ahead of the competition. Read on to discover the benefits of this stunning composite door range.

Home Survey
Option
Installation
Option
Bow/Warp
Resistant

1.4
W/m2k

New Build
Approved
Triple Sealed
Frame
Solid Timber
Core

View The Collection

Comp Door offers almost 40 door designs, ranging from traditional, period and contemporary. The customer favourites are all here, as well as some newer designs that will let you personalise your home.

View The Colours

Comp Door offers a range of 16 stunning colours, available to personalise on either side of the door. Matching frame are available in 10 of the colours.

Agate Grey

Agate Grey

Anthracite

Anthracite

Black

Black

Blue

Blue

Chartwell Green

Chartwell Green

Creme

Creme

Creme Weiss

Creme Weiss

Duck Egg Blue

Duck Egg Blue

French Grey

French Grey

Golden Oak

Golden Oak

Green

Green

Irish Oak

Irish Oak

Red

Red

Rosewood

Rosewood

Swartzbraun

Swartzbraun

White

White

Made to Measure Any Entrance Type

Every Comp Door composite door is made bespoke to suit a variety of entrance types, including French doors, stable doors and arched doors. We can also offer composite doors with cat flaps on cottage style (shiplap groove) door designs.

Arched Doors
Arched Comp Door

Arched composite doors are a perfect way to upgrade period properties, whilst keeping the original charm. Arched doors are also popularly used to turn an external porch into a more usable entranceway.

Stable Doors
Stable style of Comp Door

Stable composite doors offer the same functionality as a traditional stable door, without any compromise in performance. Also popular on galley style kitchens that require extra ventilation.

French Doors
French Comp Doors

French (or double) composite doors can create a truly breathtaking entrance to your home. Use as a stunning feature door or even as a traditional patio door, with even more styling options.

Cat Flaps
Comp Door fitted with a Cat Flap

As a nation of animal lovers, we are happy to offer a massive range of composite doors with cat flaps. We can route to suit any cat flap of your choice, available on cottage style or flush designs only.

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