Change the look and feel of your home with our stunning, yet secure, uPVC Residential Doors. With a wide choice of designs, colours and woodgrain finishes, make your home truly yours with a unique stamp of style.

Clydebuilt Home Improvements Doors in Falkirk

Getting new doors in your Falkirk home is an important decision as your doors have an impact not only on the visual look of your property but also its thermal efficiency and security. At Clydebuilt Home Improvements we are a family-run business that is passionate about enhancing people’s homes by providing high quality new doors in Falkirk that can be enjoyed for many years to come. Our team has gained a lot of expertise in the industry and bring this together to create the team you can trust at Clydebuilt.

We consistently strive to offer quality products, outstanding customer service, and competitive prices. Also, we understand that making home improvements can be stressful and time consuming, causing a lot of disruption to your day-to-day life and routine. That is why we always do our best to make sure your project is as hassle-free as possible, with our team working quickly and efficiently to get the job done to the highest standard.

Why use Clydebuilt?

Our team has extensive experience in the industry collectively bringing more than 100 years experience to the table. We offer high quality products at competitive and affordable prices as well as outstanding customer service, making the full process as stress free as possible for you so you can start to enjoy the benefits of your new doors.

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Some Stunning Colours

Our PVC-U door panels are available in a range of colour grain and woodgrain options. From modern Chartwell Green & Anthracite Grey to the ever-popular Oak & Rosewood, we can help you find the perfect colour to suit your home.

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Anthracite Grained

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Anthracite Smooth

Agate green

Agate Green

An Teak

An Teak

Silver Grey

Silver Grey

Chartwell Green

Chartwell Green

Slate Grey

Slate Grey

Black Brown

Black Brown

Irish Oak

Light Oak

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Golden Oak

Cream

Standard Cream

Rosewood

Rosewood Grain

white

Standard White

red

Red

White Cream

White Cream

Our Accreditations

We take quality seriously, so we’re proud that our standards are endorsed by all the relevant industry bodies and glazing associations. MORE ABOUT ACCREDITATIONS

The Clydebuilt Process

From manufacturing, fabricating, designing and installing we put quality at the centre of your whole experience from start to finish

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DESIGNED

We design every window and door to make your house a home

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SURVEYED

We ensure that the measurements and styles are confirmed

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INSTALLED

Our accredited installers install leaving your home as they found it

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GUARANTEED

Once complete and satisfied you will receive your guarantee

UPVC Doors FAQs

uPVC doors

In the past uPVC may have earned a bit of a reputation for being basic and overly plastic-looking, but advancements in technology have ensured that the modern uPVC doors of today are much more pleasing to the eye. A popular choice for traditional and modern house styles, the range of colour choices for uPVC doors has also grown significantly as the dominant colour used to be white, and they have impressive durability, lasting and maintaining a new finish look for many years.

Another key feature of uPVC is that it is completely weather resistant, so there is no chance of rotting and any marks that might appear can be easily cleaned with soapy water. Offering great value for money to a uPVC front door in Falkirk from Clydebuilt is a common choice for a lot of homeowners.

Composite doors

Equally well suited to traditional and modern properties, composite doors are a front runner when it comes to security as they are produced from various materials, including uPVC. The majority of composite doors use wood, but at Clydebuilt we use a high-density core that is 60% stronger than your normal composite door in all of our front, back, French, and stable doors.

You also have the option for added extras like a steel mesh to make the door four times stronger. Composite doors can give you a very discernible woodgrain effect, meaning you can have the look of a traditional wooden door without the maintenance or problems that can come with it.

Patio doors

If you want to open up the space between your home and garden and let in a lot of natural light, patio doors from a high-quality door company in Falkirk like Clydebuilt are a must have. A striking set of sliding patio doors can help bring the outside in, giving you easy access to your outdoor space and great views.

Bifold doors

Bifold doors are glass panel doors that have a track system to slide and fold as they open. They have increased in popularity over the years with many homeowners opting for them over standard back doors, as their concertina-style folding mechanism allows the door opening to be fully clear when the doors are open. Bifold doors are double glazed for energy efficiency and our selections are made from aluminium to ensure maximum security and durability too.

French doors

If you’re looking to increase the value of your home and make the most of your outdoor space all year round, then investing in a set of French doors is a must. French doors are external double glass doors that open outwards. On long summer days you can open the doors and turn your garden into an extension of your entertaining space for parties. Also, in winter they allow much needed light to come in and keep out the cold Scottish weather. Unlike bifold and patio doors, French doors don’t slide or fold, they are easy to use, maintain, and install because there is no need for a track mechanism.

While most homeowners understand the importance of having their old windows replaced when they are wasting energy, few might be aware of the benefits of getting new front doors. Like with windows, exterior doors have seen a lot of significant improvements in appearance, durability, and energy efficiency, meaning that upgrading your doors in Falkirk can substantially boost the value of your home. You should consider replacing your front door if you start to notice any of the following problems.

1) There is space under or around your doors

When your windows are shut, you should not be seeing light coming through the frames or casing and the same applies to your doors. It is important to keep in mind that if light is shining through, other undesirable things can get in too, including drafts, water, and even insects.

Draughts of hot or cold air, which are especially common in older homes, can also be a sign of a gap around the framing and can have a negative effect on your comfort in the home. The issue could be corrected by updating your weather stripping, but that can only be a temporary fix as the seals will need to be replaced periodically. If you are constantly feeling draughts or experiencing any of the other problems because of a gap in your frame, it could be time to replace your front door in Falkirk.

2) Your door is damaged

Doors go through a lot of wear and tear throughout their lives and can be damaged in a range of ways. You may want to think about a front door replacement if you see any of the following types of damage:

  •       Dents – if your door has dents, its structural integrity might be compromised. Some older residential doors might not have been as sturdy or robust and one gentle kick which a lot of homeowners may have done if their hands were full and they needed to open the door, could have left a large, unattractive dent.
  •       Rusting – if your door has started to rust, it could be that moisture has made its way into the wooden frame and caused it to rot. Low quality or builder grade steel doors are not galvanised on the inside. When moisture gets through the seams of the door, rust will start to damage the door from the inside out. This will lead to the door being structurally unsound and not strong enough to protect your home from easy, unwanted entry.
  •       Splitting and peeling – solid wood doors are known for not aging very well. As they have expanded and contracted over a lot of summers and winters, they tend to become cracked, warped, and weathered. If your wooden door is splitting and the paint is peeling, it will allow moisture to get inside the wood and result in rotting. Also, it could attract termites and other insects that destroy wood.
  •       Squeaky hinges – squeaky hinges can be resolved by adding some lubrication as you probably already know. However, this noise could mean there is a more serious problem occurring, that the door itself is starting to fail. If you notice your hinges are squeaking, you should take action as soon as you can as hinge-related problems can make it a lot easier for intruders to force the door open.
3) The lock on your front door is not locking as it should be

If your door isn’t locking properly this is a serious security issue, and you will need to replace the lock straight away. If your old lock was a traditional lock system, you might want to consider upgrading to more advanced systems that Clydebuilt can provide. In recent years, door fitters in Falkirk have been making use of more developed locking systems to maximise your safety and security as well as giving you extra peace of mind. As several lock systems will need you to replace the whole lock system, it could be a good opportunity to install a new, more structurally sound door to go with it.

4) Your doors are hard to open

If you are always struggling to open or close your front door, it could be the right time to think about upgrading. If your door is sticking in the door jamb, it could mean your door is expanding and contracting or possibly warping, which causes it to no longer fit in the jamb properly. Also, your door might have areas that are exposed either down the side, the bottom, or the top where light can be seen. With all of these issues in mind your door might be in need of replacement.

5) Your energy bills are increasing

If you have an older front door, you might be able to lower your heating bills by replacing your door with a newer more energy efficient one in a better material. You will be surprised by the savings you can make by upgrading your front door with a competitive door company in Falkirk like Clydebuilt Home Improvements.

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