PVCu Doors

The average front door is opened thousands of times in its lifetime. With this in mind it is worth investing in a quality door and Millennium offer a wide range of designs and glazing options. Our PVCu doors are all made to measure and so easy to maintain. They offer high performance against all weather conditions, and combine clean lines with added security. There are plenty of designs to choose from to suit your traditional or modern home.

PVCu doors have been around for a long time now, however with the advancement in technology the looks, strengths and special features available on our door ranges are in stark contrast to older PVCu doors. Millennium have doors available to view in our showroom specifically designed to allow you to 'feel' the quality for yourself and choose form a wide range of PVCu Door Panels

When you think of a PVCu door you might associate them with a white PVCu door, and of course you can have one in white, but you can also have them in a timber woodgrain PVCu look (light oak, Irish oak, rosewood and mahogany), not to mention other colours such as fern green, black, cream and anthracite (dark) grey - in fact we do them in a huge array of colours to suit your style of home.

              

Choose a PVCu style door to add style, insulation and security to your home.

So why choose a PVCu door?

  • Made to measure doors to suit most openings
  • High performance features
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Sturdy solid construction
  • No need to paint
  • Range of colours to choose from
  • Up to 10 year guarantee (subject to type of door)
  • Range of framing to suit other windows and doors
  • Range of Decorative or Obscured Glass to choose from
 
Doors have TOUGHENED Glass Fitted as Standard.
 
What is toughened glass?
Toughened glass is manufactured by subjecting the final glass size to a heating and cooling treatment which set up high compressive stresses at the surface, and balancing tensile stresses in the centre of the glass, which increases its strength.
The result is a glass that is 5 times stronger than ordinary glass of the same thickness.

How it works: The high compressive surface stresses give the glass its increased resistance to mechanical and thermal stresses. It can, however, break under extreme loads or by severe impact. When broken, toughened glass shatters into small, blunt-edged fragments, reducing the risk of personal injury.
Heat strengthened glass is produced by a similar process to toughened glass, however, the strength developed is about half that of toughened glass. It does not meet the safe break criteria for safety glass because its breakage
pattern resembles that of annealed glass. It is used to provide glass that is resistant to thermal stress and for laminating where greater glass strength is required.