uPVC engineered front doors
A collection of attractive front doors that are perfect for period or contemporary homes.
Our uPVC engineered front doors replicate the look of solid timber doors using modern materials.
Engineered uPVC doors are the latest approach to door construction. They use transoms (crossbars) and mullions (vertical bars) in the door structure to reproduce authentic timber door designs.
A stylish alternative to Composite doors
The door structure allows styles to be created that are not achievable in composite doors.
So, if you are looking for a timber effect door style that isn’t available as a composite door an engineered uPVC door might be right for you.
Built to keep the warmth in.
No need to paint or stain.
12/14 point multi-lock.
At Yorkshire Windows we install a range of 25 high quality uPVC engineered front door styles.
Each style has been specifically designed to match the appearance of wooden front doors.
Traditional & modern styles
The range features a choice of period and contemporary designs, so you can choose to have a door that blends sympathetically with your home, or one that makes a bold statement.
Each door style can also have different combinations of glass and panelling – add to that the vast range of colours available and you can create the best looking front door for your home.
Standard woodgrain colours
Agate Grey W/Grain
French Grey W/Grain
Dark Grey W/Grain
Light Grey W/Grain
Chartwell Green W/Grain
Spectral Dark Grey
Request a colour of your choice
If you would like a colour that is not within our standard range of woodgrain foils, we can arrange to have your door spray painted in the colour of your choice.
We’ll help you decide the best front door for your home
We want to make getting a new front door as easy as possible.
Our friendly door designers will happily explain the difference between Composite and uPVC engineered front doors. They will even create a visualization of your door, allowing you to view different colours, styles and finishes.
The young gentleman who came to my house was very patient with me. I'm not very good at making quick decisions these days but he never rushed me or pressured me in the slightest.Mrs Nora Stocks
Our professional installation team have been fitting uPVC front doors across Yorkshire for many years. They pride themselves on their courteous manner. Always treating customers’ homes and gardens with care and respect.
They work quickly but with care, making sure your new door fits perfectly and not leaving until you are 100% happy.
For peace of mind all our doors are fitted with a unique 12/14 multipoint lock system and are strengthened with 3 high security hinges.
Each door is also fitted with a Yale cylinder and supplied with 5 keys.
Townhouse locks are also available complete with a traditional escutcheon finger pull.
Front door glazing
The type of glazing you choose can be dictated by many things, perhaps you’d like more light in your house, or you want to match existing period features.
Glazing options include:
- Plain glass
- Obscured glass
- Coloured glass
- Etched glass
- Leaded and bevelled designs
- Your number etched into the glass
To help you achieve the best looking uPVC front door we have a wide range of hardware options for you to choose from, including.
- Door Handle Options
- Bull Ring Knockers
- Victorian and Slim Victorian Urn Knockers
- Letter Box Options
- Ornate Door Knobs
- Offset Pull Bar Handle
Optional deep midrail
To achieve equal sight lines and proportions our uPVC doors feature a slimline midrail as standard. For people who wish to closely emulate a traditional timber door e also have an option (on some door styles) for a deeper midrail.
Side panels and surrounds
All our uPVC engineered doors can be installed within matching side panels, flags and top lights. Each one is custom-made to your required size and colour.
How much do engineered uPVC doors cost?
It’s difficult to give an exact cost on our website due to the multitude of options available however because our engineered uPVC front doors are a more niche product they cost on average 10% more than a composite door.