One of the most searched terms is ‘cheap composite doors’.
We believe cheap is false economy in every walk of life, however affordable quality is a completely different question.
We compare a door from one of the leading retail warehouses B&Q considered to be a cheap composite door, against our own offering of the same style and similar glass design.
Right the similarities:
Lets where the similarities end:
|Left or right||No||Yes|
|Delivery less than 7 days||No||Yes|
|Set delivery time||No||Yes|
|Delivery on small vehicle||No||Yes|
You can take the product specifications on face value, but you need to look further. Just because it says multi-point locking, what does that mean?
Our door comes with a Yale multi-point lock and a Yale 1 star high security euro cylinder. You can check out why a cylinder is one of the most important features here.
We know a thing or to about door installation and we understand to get the correctly fitted door, it needs to be made to measure, not a set size and set configuration.
Here’s the comparison of the similar doors below screenshot 09/08/2013:
Check product here: B&Q Arlington Composite Door
Check our online designer prices:
So our door with handle comes in at £535 inc Vat and the B&Q door comes in at £499 inc Vat without handle.
Once you’ve found the right handle on the site its another £18.98 inc Vat which means their total is now £517.98 inc Vat
A difference of just £17.02 inc vat.
When you put this in to perspective with delivery times and the thought of cutting out your new door to accommodate a letter plate when buying from the retailer, we believe this makes us in comparison a cheap composite door, but with all the added benefits.
However, we still prefer the term affordable quality.
If you would like a quote or us to compare any other doors please let us know.