uPVC & Composite Doors

uPVC & Composite Doors

uPVC & Composite Doors

The Window Centre has been manufacturing and installing uPVC double glazed doors for over 15 Years.

  • Entrance Doors
  • Composite Doors
  • French Doors
  • Sliding Patio Doors
  • Stable Doors
  • Bi-Folding Doors

All our products are made to measure in our Llansamlet manufacturing unit. Every job no matter how big or small is carried out to the highest of standards. With over 80 years’ experience between our installation teams you are guaranteed your doors will be fitted by experienced craftsmen.

At The Window Centre we understand that when customers decide to replace their doors there are a number of factors they consider. We pass on our knowledge and experience to give our customers peace of mind when they choose The Window Centre for their replacement windows and doors.

The Window Centre's uPVC doors are manufactured using the Kommerling C70 Gold Chamfered system. Our doors are available in white, rosewood, golden oak, as standard with options of many colours available including red, green, blue and grey.

The Window Centre are a FENSA (Fenestration Self Assessment Scheme) registered company which means all our installations comply with current building regulations. For additional peace of mind all our door installations are covered by a 10 year insurance backed guarantee by the Glass and Glazing Federation.


First impressions count. Often the first thing people notice about your home is the front door. So, give your home a new look, a special personality and, at the same time, create a good impression by installing a new PVCu front door. As well as adding a touch of style to your home you can make your hall look so much lighter and airier and increase your safety and security. The safety of your family and the security of your home is paramount that's why all The Window Centre's doors are of a special multi-chamber construction combined with steel reinforcement and are equipped with multipoint locking systems. There are many options available for your entrance doors including: • Fully Glazed • Half Glazed • Solid Panel • Glazed Panels


A Composite Door is a great alternative to uPVC doors. They have all the appearance of a traditional timber door without the maintenance disadvantages. They will not discolour, require painting or swell and be difficult to use. They are available in a range of colours and come with a wide selection of glass patterns to perfectly suit your own style and individual taste.


French doors will help brighten up your home as they allow more light into your room. French doors allow you to enjoy the view of your garden or patio area due to the large glass sections. French doors can either open into the garden or into your home, the choice is yours.


Instead of opening inwards or outwards like French Doors, sliding patio doors move from side to side so they are ideal for use in areas where space is limited. They are usually made up of one sliding door and one fixed panel.


Stable doors are a great option for back doors. You are able to open just the top half of the door which is great for letting air circulate into your home without having to worry that small children or pets can get outside. There are many styles of stable doors available from the traditional cottage style to the more modern tilt and turn option. It has all the benefits of a window whilst actually being a door.


Bi-folding doors are doors that can fold in or out to open up a space in any room and can transform almost any room in your home. Bi-folding doors are available in many designs and are very easy to operate. The doors are connected together and can be joined together in a number of variations.


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