Replacement Kitchen Doors
A kitchen door can be many things, an interior door, an exterior door and can even double up as a connection between the kitchen, dining room and your outside garden area. So, what kind of kitchen door are you looking to get?
When getting an exterior back door fitted it is important that it is just as secure as your front door, to prevent any potential intruders from forcing your door and entering your home. However, getting high security doesn’t mean you have to compromise on appearance and design.
How Much Does it Cost to Replace Kitchen Doors?
This is always an important question to answer, and the truth is that front door prices vary from door to door, depending on factors such as the style, the colours, materials and additional accessories and features.
For instance, composite doors are somewhat more expensive than your standard uPVC door, being made from a combination of materials and requiring more time and skill to manufacture, but it is definitely worth the extra money for the additional security and improved insulation that it provides. However, if your budget does not stretch to that, there are different options for uPVC doors that allow for better insulation and security to rival a composite door.
uPVC Back Door Prices (900 x 2100mm)
|Lock Type||Glass Style||Guide Price|
|Standard Roller||Fully Glazed||£550 – £650|
|High Security||Fully Glazed||£650 – £750|
|Standard Roller||Half Glazed Flat Panel||£550 – £650|
|High Security||Half Glazed Flat Panel||£650 – £750|
Stable Door Prices (9100 x 2100mm)
|Door Material||Glazed/Solid||Guide Price|
|uPVC Stable Door||Glazed||£1060 – £1180|
|Composite Stable Door||Glazed||£1325 – £1475|
|uPVC Stable Door||Solid||£1000 – £1120|
|Composite Stable Door||Solid||£1250 – £1400|
Composite Door Prices
|Composite Door Size||Door Style||Guide Price|
|900mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Arched Half Glazed||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Arched Toplight||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Solid Fire Door||£1000 – £1500|
uPVC Front Door Prices (900 x 2100mm)
|Lock Type||Glass Style||Guide Price|
|Standard Roller||Arched Top Light||£575 – £675|
|High Security||Arched Top Light||£625 – £725|
|Standard Roller||Diamond Leads||£600 – £700|
|High Security||Diamond Leads||£650 – £750|
French Door Prices (White uPVC)
|French Doors Size||Door Type||Guide Price|
|1200mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£950 – £1050|
|1200mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£975 – £1075|
|1500mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£1000 – £1100|
|1500mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£1025 – £1125|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£1075 – £1175|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£1100 – £200|
UPVC Kitchen Back Doors
A simplistic uPVC back door is a common choice, with a minimalistic look and the main part of the door being a double-glazed glass panel that provides a great view outwards, with a customizable plastic uPVC resin making up the frame and the outside of the door. However, this is not your only choice:
If you have children, pets or simply want to enjoy the ventilation and view of an open door without compromising your safety, then stable doors are a classic option to get, with an upper and lower section that are able to be opened individually for practical use. They also come with the option for low thresholds, allowing for ease of access for prams, wheelchairs and preventing any trip hazards when entering or exiting your kitchen.
If you are looking for a wider opening than just a singular door, either making rooms or the outside much easier to access, to bring in more light and ventilation, or simply to provide a better view, then French Doors may be what you are looking for. With two door sections meeting in the middle and able to be opened inwards or outwards depending on your preference. If you have a lot of social gatherings that require frequent use of your garden, or maybe you need more space for prams or wheelchairs, the larger door area can be a great benefit to your home and your day-to-day life.
If you have more space for a door, or if you would like for a longer, panoramic view of your garden as well as ease of access and better ventilation, then Bi-Folding Doors are a great way of achieving that. With individual sections that are able to be folded back for ease of access, bi-folding doors can be fitted interiorly or exteriorly and provide a great way of opening up sections of your home, especially on exterior walls to make a seamless transition to your garden space outside.
Kitchen Back Doors With Glass
All of the doors that we supply our customers with either comes with double glazing fitted as standard or is freely able to have double glazing fitted, and all are able to be upgraded to triple glazing if you want that extra sense of security.
Double glazing glass panels are a must for all kinds of uPVC products, providing you with an excellent level of thermal insulation, noise cancellation and sturdiness against both harsh weather and potential intruders. So, if you are getting a kitchen door fitted that is predominantly glass, such as the uPVC Back Door, Bi-Folding Doors or French Doors listed above, it is vitally important for you to get double or triple glazing installed.
A lot of heat can be lost through poor quality double glazing, meaning that your home is susceptible to getting cold draughts from outside, having to rely on your central heating more during the winter months, and often causing a greenhouse effect in the summer than causes your property to be muggy and humid in hot weather. However, with our outstanding double and triple glazing you can save a lot of money on your heating bills, decrease your carbon footprint and be ensured of the security of your home.
Made to Measure Replacement Kitchen Doors
It is important to both the quality of your security and insulation, as well as the overall appearance of your property, that you get a door that perfectly fits and is also perfectly suited to your houses appearance, both internally and externally. For instance, if you have a more modern home and would like to get a door that matches that style, then our slimline Bi-Folding doors are the best option, modern in appearance whilst also providing outstanding ventilation when opened and secure thermal insulation when closed. However, while bi-folding doors also suit traditional homes, Stable Doors are a quaint and charming addition to traditional and period properties.
Whatever kind of door you think is best, you will be provided with a door that is manufactured to your exact specifications and installed by professional, reputable tradesmen who will make sure that your new door is fitted perfectly within its frame and will provide you with years of high-levels of insulation and security.
The cost of this fitting includes labour costs, with a general fitting costing roughly around £150, although this can vary from installer to installer. There are also additional costs often attached, including insulation and sealant which are essential but will cost you about £50, but these can also fluctuate in price. However, we also offer supply only doors as well, which costs a lot less money but also requires you to either install the door yourself or finding your own tradesmen to install it afterwards. All in all, it is best recommended to shop around, which is why our cost calculator is able to be used endlessly until you’ve found the right price for the right door in your area.
Get your ideal kitchen door installed by reputable companies by using Double Glazing on the Web.
Replacement Kitchen Doors Near Me
All in all, getting a kitchen door installed with Double Glazing on the Web is the best way of finding affordable and high-quality doors, as well as getting them installed by reputable companies registered with a number of consumer rights charities including FENSA and Which? Your replacement kitchen door will provide you with high levels of security and thermal insulation, as well as unimpeded views and ease of access either to the rest of your house or out into the garden for years to come.
Find out how much replacement kitchen doors cost, as well as other styles and variations, by exploring our website and reading our comprehensive guides. You can compare prices for various door options and materials, including uPVC, aluminium and composite, so you can make the most informed decision for your home improvements.
For more information on our range of doors, as well as getting competitive quotes for your installation, either give us a message through our online contact form or head on over to our free online cost calculator to start designing your very own bespoke door quote from scratch.
Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions
Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions
Can Double Glazed Doors be Fitted with a Pet Flap?
Depending on the style of door, a pet flap can be fitted as an extra service. The only exception is when glass panels feature on the lower half of the door.
How Much Do Doors Cost?
Your double glazed door cost will depend on specifications such as style, size, locks, glazing and door furniture. Double Glazing on The Web gives you the opportunity to create your very own unique door quote online. Start your free door quote today.
What Does UPVC Stand For?
UPVC is an abbreviation for unplasticised polyvinyl chloride which is used in window frames.
Which Bi-folding Door Configuration is Best?
When choosing the arrangement of your bi-folding doors you need to consider the size and layout of your room. Outfolding bi-fold doors will take up less internal space when completely folded back and a left of right folding will be dependent on space available in your room.
How Long Does It Take To Install Bi-Fold Doors?
If a survey is scheduled within 48hrs then your bi-fold doors can be supplied and installed within just 6 – 8 weeks.
How Secure Are Bi-Folding Doors?
Bi-folding doors are extremely secure and are built with a high security locks as standard. Each of our double glazing installers will offer their own range of locking systems with additional upgrade options for all security conscious homeowners.
Are uPVC Doors Easy To Maintain?
uPVC doors are extremely easy to maintain and will never require re-painting or varnishing. Neither will a uPVC door rot or warp!
What Are Composite Doors Made Of?
Composite doors are made of a combination of high performing materials which is why they are so strong and incredibly long lasting. The composite door is made from: reinforced UPVC, fibreglass skin, high density foam and a water resistant composite materials.
Do Composite Doors Fade?
Composite doors feature a tough and durable skin where colour runs throughout rather than a simple surface coating. This means a composite door is not likely to wear or fade like the majority of painted doors. A composite door is very long lasting which also reduces the amount of maintenance required to keep it looking in top condition.
Do Composite Doors Need Painting?
Composite doors do not require re-painting. These low maintenance doors feature a water resistant GRP, coloured skin which keeps a pristine appearance year after year.
Do Composite Doors Warp?
A composite door will not warp like wood and won't require regular painting.
Can I Get Composite Side Panels?
Composite doors are available with matching composite side panels, your installer will offer you a choice of colours and glazing.
Is Every Composite Door Different?
There are different qualities to every composite door and they will vary between manufacturers depending on materials used. At Double Glazing on The Web we only put you in touch with the highest quality suppliers and installers.
What Do Stable Doors Look Like?
These country style doors offer charming aesthetics and are a stylish alternative to standard back doors, stable doors a great choice for any kind of property. This door is split in two halves which open independently from one another as well as function as a whole. Whether you are after a traditional stable door or more contemporary design with modern glazing, your double glazing installer will be able to offer you a wide range of options for your property.
Are UPVC Stable Doors Made To Measure?
Your UPVC stable door will be made to measure and tailored to your specifications given to your double glazing installer.
How Much Do UPVC French Doors Cost?
UPVC French door prices will depend on your personal requirements and specifications such as size, style and glazing. To get an average French doors cost use our door cost calculator for a free online quote.
Are UPVC Patio Doors Secure?
UPVC patio doors can be fitted with a choice of high security locks to make them extra secure. You can also choose from a range of glazing styles to further enhance the strength of your patio doors.
Do I Need Planning Permission For Patio Doors?
You may require planning permission for double glazed patio doors if you have a listed building or happen to live within a conservation area. Visit the V for more information.
How Do Sliding Patio Doors Work?
UPVC sliding doors operate on a smooth, easy glide system which allows for effortless transition. They are attached to metal or vinyl tracks which are fitted to the top and bottom frames and plastic rollers are added to ease the movement.
How Do Slide and Swing Doors Operate?
A multi-pane door with individual panes slides on a single track with no loss of space. Panes are able to operate individually with no visible hinges or hardware. The slide and swing door can open up spaces between rooms or between home and garden or even conservatory.
Can Double Glazed Windows Reduce My Heating Bills?
When you install double glazing in your home or commercial property, it is likely that the extra heat retention will lessen the need to use central heating systems. In turn, this could mean you see a drop in heating bills. If you are concerned about your energy bills, it is easy to compare business energy or home energy online.