The Express Doors Direct UPVC Doors Range
uPVC (unplasticised polyvinyl chloride) is a great material choice for patio doors. It will last for years without extensive upkeep and it's impressively easy to clean. Ideal for an exterior door. It's lightweight, making uPVC doors easy to install, and it's resistant to sunlight and water oxidation.
As well as ensuring uPVC doors continue to look great for years, these properties mean a uPVC door is robust enough to withstand the elements without failing.
A choice of uPVC doors to meet your needs
When you're replacing your front and back doors, uPVC might be the first material that comes to mind.
Particularly when it comes to patio doors, uPVC is a popular choice because it is so cost-effective and robust.
A low maintenance external door material
One of the big draws of uPVC doors is that they are both durable and practically maintenance-free.
Easy to clean and very hard to stain, they are a fantastic option for anyone who doesn't want to spend time tending their doors with soap and sponges. Unlike timber framed doors, you won't have to worry about warping or rotting, and unlike aluminium framed doors, there's no chance of rusting or scratches.
With uPVC doors, there's no need to touch up the paintwork to keep them weatherproof or looking their best. They won't fade or discolour in direct sunlight. They will last years and years without the need for constant upkeep.
Security features to keep your home secure
Sometimes concerns are raised about the security of uPVC front and back doors. But this isn't a problem with the material of the doors, it's a problem with common uPVC door locks.
Our uPVC doors are all secured by design. If you install effective anti-snap multipoint locks on one of our doors, you can trust it will be highly secure. You can tailor your security options to meet your needs and ensure your uPVC doors keep intruders out.
uPVC doors that are engineered for energy efficiency
More and more, people are listing energy efficiency as one of the top requirements they new doors to have. This makes sense, as no one wants to damage the planet unnecessarily or pay a high price for heat that just whisps away through inefficient doors.
All our doors provide excellent thermal performance. Every single one has a u-value (efficiency rating) that either meets or exceeds current regulations. They all feature double glazing as a minimum so that you can let the light flood into your home, without worrying about hot air leaking through the large glass panels.
Toughened and laminated glazing options
As well as providing excellent energy efficiency, the glass in our uPVC doors is always secure and safe.
Our glass options cover both toughened glass and laminated glass, to make sure that your doors will stand the test of time.
If your main concern is security, toughened glass is treated with extreme temperature change until it is 5x stronger. Toughened glass is incredibly hard to break, and if you pick entrance doors with this type of double glazing, you can be confident it won't crack unexpectedly.
If you're convinced the worst will happen, you can choose one of our double-glazed doors with laminated glass instead. Laminated glass doesn't quite have the strength of its toughened counterpart but if it breaks, it shatters into small crumbs rather than shards. It is an incredibly safe option, ideal for young families.
Available in a range of sizes
When it comes to uPVC doors you don't have the option to trim your doors to fit your opening as could with timber-framed doors. This means it is imperative that you choose a door that meets your exact specifications.
We stock uPVC doors in an extensive range of sizes to help you find a uPVC door that will fit in your home. And if you're looking for new doors that are not a standard size, we also stock side panels and sidelights that can help you let as much light into your home as possible and can be configured to meet more unusual sized openings.
If you don't find a white uPVC door on our site that will fit in your home, you can always contact us for a free quote on a bespoke door, made to be the exact size you need.
External uPVC doors to suit your style
When you're choosing exterior doors, you shouldn't just consider their practical aspects. Though thermal efficiency and security are obviously important, the appearance of your doors will impact the whole look of your interiors.
Picking a uPVC door that suits the design scheme of your home won't be a problem with our range. Whether you opt for classic white uPVC or more modern grey uPVC doors, you're sure to find something that suits your decor.
uPVC French Doors
French doors are a type of hinged external door. They usually come in pairs and are often hung so that they open outwards. Most french doors are predominantly glazed, either half or all of their length is glass.
The benefit of using french doors as your external doors is that when they are open, they leave the entire opening of your door clear. The doors swing completely out of the way, leaving unobstructed access and light flow in their place.
uPVC french doors give you all the aesthetic appeal of these elegant doors, while also giving you the functional benefits of this modern material. That means you get excellent thermal insulation and optimum security combined with a traditional, rustic appeal.
Sliding uPVC Door
Sliding external doors are split into two panels. One panel is fixed in place, the other slides behind it to open.
For many years, sliding exterior doors were the most popular type of uPVC patio doors. They popped up in homes everywhere as a way to welcome in sunlight and fresh air.
In the past, people were concerned about the efficiency and security of doors that feature as much glazing as sliding doors. But with high-quality uPVC doors, you can still get energy-efficient uPVC back doors that keep your home secure.
In fact, the only real downside of sliding double glazed doors is that you can only leave half of the door opening clear and 'open'. The static panel will always be fixed in place, halving the size of the opening.
uPVC Bifold Doors
If you'd rather completely break down the barriers between your home, then bi-fold uPVC doors might be the best option for you.
This type of uPVC door is built out of panels that open by concertinaing back on themselves. This means that when they are open, the entire doorway is clear.
One benefit of bifold doors is that you can have as many or as few panels as you want in your bifold doors, giving you a lot more freedom in the sizes you can buy.
But by far the biggest benefit to these uPVC back doors is the way they draw together your home and your garden into one fluid space. A fantastic choice for families, or people who love entertaining, bifold don't just let the sunshine soak into your home they also let the energy flow and make the whole space feel so much more sociable.
And when you choose our uPVC back doors with multipoint locks and double glazing, you can trust that your bifold doors will be energy-efficient and secured by design too.
Free Delivery Available
When you've found your dream door with Express you won't have to wait, as we have lead times as short as one week. Once you've ordered your uPVC door, it will arrive within 3-5 days, so you can get started transforming your living space as quickly as possible.
Even better, if your order of white uPVC doors comes to more than £750, we even offer free delivery to your home.
Every Price Includes VAT
As part of our commitment to great service, every price on the Express Door Direct website already includes VAT. The price on the page is always the price you pay.
Market Leading uPVC Doors
At Express Doors Direct we're proud to offer outstanding quality doors at reasonable prices and to provide our customers with the support they need to buy the right doors for their homes. You might not know us as a uPVC door company as the range is quite new to us, but you can still trust our products. We always stock high-quality doors from brands you can rely on
So if you need further information about any of our uPVC doors, whether it's how to find the right size door, what type of glass you should go for or any further details about our doors, you can contact our customer service team for support.