Composite Doors

Composite doors UK

Bespoke Composite Exterior Doors

Open the door to a world of style

  • Natural looking woodgrain
  • Styles & colours to suit every home
  • Excellent security & weather-proofing
  • Long lasting & low maintenance

Why choose Composite Doors?

Create a lasting first impression with an Everest composite entrance door. From traditional to contemporary designs, our bespoke front and back composite doors are handcrafted in the UK. Our premium grp composite doors boast a robust 70mm thickness, SmartLock from Yale for added security and double rebating and weatherproof seals. Composite doors are available in a choice of elegant styles, colours and glass including side panels and windows above the composite door. Any double or triple glazed panels are A-rated, meaning our composite external doors excel in thermal efficiency too.

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Take a look at some of our recent composite door UK installations.

Popular Composite Door colours

Custom design your new composite door, with a range of stunning colours, including beach pebble, peacock teal and our popular black composite front door.

  • Jet Black
  • Charcoal
  • Everest Blue
  • Slate Blue
  • Beach Pebble
  • Sandstone
  • Cornish Blue
  • Peacock Teal
  • Antique Rose
  • Ash Pink
  • Arctic White
  • Racing Green
  • Chartwell Green
  • Mint Julep
  • Deep Urchin
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Create the perfect Entrance Door for your home

All Everest composite door styles are made bespoke to you, with a wide choice of options to reflect your individual style.

Stunning colours

A beautiful range of contemporary colours, including a dual colour option with white inside and black on the exterior, in-keeping with both the character of your property and inside décor.



Cotton Breeze


Hunter Green

Ocean Deep

Raven's Wing

Anthracite Grey


Jet Black


Everest Blue

Slate Blue

Beach Pebble


Cornish Blue

Peacock Teal

Bordeaux Red


Antique Rose

Ash Pink

Arctic White

Racing Green

Chartwell Green

Mint Julep

Deep Urchin

Golden Oak



A choice of furniture and colours are available to match the style of your home, all offering flawless operation and outstanding quality.


Modern door handle in chrome

White, Gold, Chrome, Black or Graphite

A chrome finished swan neck door handle

Swan Neck
Gold or Chrome

A pad door handle in chrome

White, Gold, Chrome, Black or Graphite

Bi-fold door handle in black

Bar Handle
Stainless Steel only

A chrome finished patio door handle

Bow Handle
Stainless Steel only

A chrome finished patio door handle

Smartlock from Yale
Chrome only


A standard chrome door knocker without a spy hole

Knocker (with or without Spy Hole)
White, Gold, Chrome, Black or Graphite

Entrance door letterbox in chrome

White, Gold, Chrome, Black or Graphite

Security door chain in chrome

Door Chain
Gold or Chrome

A chrome cabin hook for uPVC entrance and French doors

Cabin Hook
Gold or Chrome

Letterbox fishing guard on the inside of a uPVC entrance door

Fishing Guard
White inside
Chrome, Gold or Black outside





Graphite / Stainless Steel


Glass and glazing

Our composite doors are fitted with energy-efficient double glazing or triple glazing and toughened safety glass as standard. You can also choose from different glass types including decorative and obscure.

GLAZINGDouble Glazing, Triple Glazing

GLASS TYPESObscure, Decorative, Noise Reduction, Toughened, Security Laminated





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The benefits of a Composite Entrance Door

Energy-efficient and weather-proof

If you’re looking for front doors, composite is a perfect choice. Composite doors are expertly designed to retain heat, eliminate draughts and keep your home protected from the weather. Everest GRP composite doors have an energy-efficient foam core and are A-rated for warmth, with double rebating and weatherproof seals. Low-E glass, which reflects heat back into your home, is fitted as standard, with a choice of energy-efficient double or triple glazing filled with Argon gas between the panes to increase thermal insulation.

Composite front door in red velvet with decorative glass and gold door accessories

Traditional composite front door in Ash Pink

Our most secure Front Doors and Back Doors

Made from fibreglass (GRP) with steel reinforcement, composite doors are highly secure, meeting British Security Standards. Everest doors are available in robust 70mm thickness, with keyless SmartLock from lock experts Yale for extra strength and security. Plus, laminated glass which is tougher to break is fitted as standard with internal glazing bead preventing removal of glass from outside.

Secured by Design on composite entrance doorsSmartLock from Yale available on composite doors UK

High-quality Composite Doors, guaranteed

  • 10 year guarantee on door including handles, locking & installation
  • 10 year guarantee against fog & condensation between panes
  • Low maintenance GRP will never rot, rust or flake


A white composite front door with glazing panels

Composite Door FAQs

At Everest, we understand that choosing a new composite front door can be a daunting task. So to help you here are some frequently asked questions which you might find useful.

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    What are composite doors made of?
    Composite doors are crafted with a selection of materials including a timber core, glass reinforced polyester skins and internal insulation. By opting for a composite front door you are investing in a sturdy one-piece door, that is robust, provides additional security and enhanced weatherproofing.

    Read more: How is a composite door made?
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    What is the difference between uPVC and composite doors?
    The difference between uPVC and composite doors is in the materials. uPVC doors are constructed solely of uPVC a strong and durable form of plastic. Whereas, composite doors are made from a selection of materials including a solid timber core, glass reinforced polyester skins and uPVC frame. Composite doors, though more expensive, tend to be more popular due to the robust, long-lasting structure.
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    Do composite door colours fade?
    Composite doors are engineered with a glass reinforced polyester (GRP) skin, which is notable for its ability to resist losing its colour. Colours on a composite door are designed not to fade or wear like a regular painted door. That said, a composite door could be susceptible to the elements, in particular UV damage, depending on the direction that it is facing.

    Read more: Everest doors colour range...
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    Which is better, uPVC or composite doors?
    Both products have their own benefits. Composite doors are designed with a wider variety of vibrant colours and are constructed with a choice of flush or rebated finishes. Whereas the uPVC ranges come in more standard colour offerings that will match the windows exactly. Either way both doors will conform to PAS 24 and Secured by Design.
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    Can you paint composite doors?
    Composite doors can be repainted but you would need to use the correct paint for the job. Most composite doors are finished with an acrylic paint and this will need to be used to re paint.

Case Study

Front Composite Door

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Having lived with our Everest products for a while, we feel they are they are definitely stronger, more durable and of a far superior quality compared to other home improvements companies. Mr & Mrs K, Suffolk


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Secured by design

Secured by design

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Best front door colours

Our guide to help you find the right colour door for your property.


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