Steel is durable, easy to clean and offers great performance in terms of energy efficiency. Steel doors are both safe and durable, with an excellent price/quality ratio, which explains their high popularity. They are available in a wide range of colours and textured finishes.
Aluminum garage and patio doors combine energy efficiency and aesthetics. Available in several textured patterns (embossed, grooved or wood grain), they also come in a variety of colours.
PVC is mainly used in the manufacture of patio doors. Their design is similar to that of PVC sliding windows. Because of its excellent quality/price ratio and easy maintenance, the PVC patio door is the preferred choice of consumers.
HYBRID (PVC AND ALUMINUM)
This hybrid material assembly (PVC on the inside and aluminum on the outside) is typically used in the manufacture of patio doors and windows. Furthermore, PVC patio doors are durable, easy to maintain, and available in a variety of colours.
HYBRID (WOOD AND ALUMINUM)
Some wooden exterior doors feature an extruded aluminum cladding that is available in different colours, so you can enjoy the warmth and character of wood on the inside without having to worry about of the exterior maintenance of the door.
Fibreglass exterior doors provide a high level of rigidity and impact resistance. They can be painted and are easy to maintain. However, fibreglass is the most expensive material on the market today.
Combining aesthetics, energy efficiency and soundproofing properties, the glass quality of exterior doors varies according to its different features, similar to windows.
Doorsills are generally made of anodized aluminum, which reduces wear and protects against corrosion. They include a PVC thermal spacer and are available in different colours.