To decide if glass panelling is right for your home, there are a few factors to consider
- Privacy: glass allows natural light to flow through your entranceway, but unless the glass is tinted or frosted, passers-by may be able to see in.
- Aesthetic: do you prefer the simple, solid look of full timber doors, or does the sophisticated charm of ornate glass appeal to you?
- Maintenance: glass panels are easy to clean and require less maintenance than full timber or aluminium doors.
- Longevity: glass, like aluminium, is exceptionally durable and resistant to corrosion. Glass is also unlikely to gather dust and grime.
- Light: would you like your entranceway illuminated all day long, or would you prefer full control over the room’s light levels?
Composite doors boast several benefits, including
- A more affordable price point: composite doors are a more economical option when compared with solid timber doors.
- Versatility: composite doors can be used for internal and external doors and are available in nearly every style (including hinged, sliding, bi-fold and more).
- Customisation: composite doors are easy to paint and can be constructed with or without glass panelling.
- Finish: composite doors boast a smoother finish when compared with timber since they are not reliant on the wood’s natural grain.
In short, composite doors are an excellent choice for buyers who value affordability and versatility.