Yellow Composite Doors
Yellow is seen as the happiest of all colours, and choosing a yellow composite door will evoke cheerfulness in all who see it. Yellow front doors are a bold choice, certain to make a lasting impression, with Apeer doors built to last.
Is a yellow front door
right for your home?
Designed with care, our accessories have been created to complement our yellow composite door collections. From traditional rustic metalwork to contemporary polished chrome.
Our designers have created a beautiful range of yellow doors with a variety of shades available, from standard traffic or mustard yellow to lighter yellow shades and everything in between.
We don’t brush on our paint. It’s sprayed, bonded, and sealed onto each door, meaning the paint on your yellow door won’t crack, peel or flake. Ever.
Highly secure yellow front doors
Our yellow composite doors have been created with the highest levels of security – meaning we match style with substance when it comes to your door. We fit a multipoint locking system as standard on yellow front doors.
Exclusive Glass Designs
Our designers have created a beautiful collection of window accent tints to complement our composite door furniture. Available in traditional or avant-garde shape and bevel combinations, the accent tints also come in a flat matt or mirrored chrome finish.
Our Door Guarantees
The solid ‘thwump’ when you close an Apeer door sounds like no other. It’s a signal of its superior construction, reinforced frame and airtight seals. ‘Thwump’ – it’s short for great looks, safer homes and cozy nights in by the fire.
Every Apeer composite door comes with a multi-point locking system as well as a super-strong, high-density polyurethane core that far exceeds all Police-approved security standards.
Secured by Design
Install an Apeer door, and you’ll have the weight of our entire design team and security specialists protecting you and your home from intruders. Our composite doors comfortably exceed all industry-standard impact and cut-through tests.
Every Apeer composite front and back door comes with high strength from within. An expanded mesh reinforcing is inserted into the super-strong core alongside an extremely strong vertical steel bar.
Every yellow composite front & back door is virtually airtight. Our double-sealed rebate is virtually airtight by creating an internal secondary seal.
Along with our 70mm super-strong, high insulating polyurethane core, glass elements are triple glazed for extra insulation. We can even gas-fill them for improved thermal performance.
Rest easy – each of our modern yellow composite doors is as intruder-proof as they come. Good to know, whether you’re tucked up at home or away for the night.
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Are yellow composite doors low maintenance?
Does a yellow composite front door increase home value?
The front door is the first thing visitors see when they visit your property, often setting the standard of what they can expect to find inside. Expert estate agents say that the colour of your front door can have a huge impact on the sale.
Why are yellow front doors so popular?
A yellow front door is bright and inviting and suggests that the people living there are happy, positive, optimists, and have bubbly personalities, making them a trendy choice.
How thermally efficient is a composite door?
Our yellow composite doors are fitted with energy-efficient double glazing or triple glazing and toughened safety glass as standard. Any double or triple-glazed panels are A-rated, meaning our composite external doors excel in thermal efficiency too.
How secure are Apeer’s yellow composite doors?
Every Apeer composite door far exceeds all Police-approved security standards. An expanded mesh reinforcing is inserted into the super-strong, high-density polyurethane core alongside an extremely strong vertical steel bar.
Which is best composite or uPVC doors
Both products have their own benefits. Composite doors, though more expensive, tend to be more popular due to their robust, long-lasting structure.”
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 materials including a solid timber core, glass-reinforced polyester skins and uPVC frame.”
What paint is used on composite doors and can they be repainted?
The paint used on composite doors is extremely hard-wearing. Composite doors can be repainted, but you would need to use the correct paint for the job. Most composite doors are finished with polyurethane paint, which will need to be used to repaint.
Do composite door colours fade?
The paint used on Apeer doors is extremely hard-wearing; however, a build-up of dirt and toxins from pollution can degrade the paint finish and reduce its life expectancy.
Do I need planning permission to change my front door?
No, you do not need planning permission to change your front door. However, it is always advisable to speak to your local authority if any conditions are attached to previous permissions covering what you can and cannot do.
Are composite doors weatherproofed?
Composite doors are designed to eliminate draughts and keep your home protected from the weather. Composite doors have an energy-efficient core and are A-rated for warmth, with double rebating and weatherproof seals.
What are composite doors made of?
Composite doors are crafted with quality materials such as timber core, glass-reinforced polyester skins and internal insulation. Apeer’s composite doors have a 70mm super-strong, high insulating polyurethane core and the glass elements are triple glazed.