Palladio doors are highly secure, well insulated and perefect for the Irish climate. A palladio doors are investment in your home. The palladio doors are the collection of modern composite front doors with a range of features that are unparalleled on the Irish market.
U Value Rating
For the highest protection against the elements and enhanced energy efficiency, our Palladio doors are designed to allow minimal thermal transmittance and maximum insulation, with a U value rating of 0.205, as tested by the “Lambda” testing method.
This means that very little to no heat will escape your home, allowing you to stay warm and comfortable inside.And in addition to that, in order to improve the rating and decrease the heat loss even further, all the glass on our composite front doors is triple glazed, sealed with Edgetech warm edge seals for the lowest U value possible of 0.7.
Palladio Door Colours & Styles
Our showroom in Swords, Dublin has a huge display of composite front doors from Palladio and Apeer. The Palladio Doors Collection offer you the choice of 29 stunning styles & designs in fabulous colours to compliment your home.
Your new Paladio doors can be as individual as you like. You can choose from 13 unique external composite door colours including; Anthracite Grey, Blue, Bog Oak, Chartwell, Green, Light Oak, Red, Rosewood, White, Cream, Agate Grey, Sliver Grey and Burgundy.
Palladio Doors Key Features
Palladio Doors are uniquely designed to offer a design that is easy to maintain and has a long-lasting shelf life. They are also well insulated and come in various colours and designs. The Palladio Doors are the style of door that combines traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Before buying Palladio doors, you must consider the following features:
Make of Palladio Doors
D’best Windows and Doors’ Palladio doors are composed of authentic oak wood with a natural grain finish. The wood is assessed based on its quality, uniformity, and availability. The door’s good U value rating of 0.205 is another plus. The “Lambda” testing method was used to verify this. Furthermore, all of our glass is triple glazed, and we employ edge tech warm edge seals for the best U-factor – 0.7 is a potential value.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Palladio door also referred to as a Palladio composite door, is an example of advancement in the home construction industry. It is known for being strong and durable outside and beautiful on the inside. Unlike regular composite doors, Palladio doors do not easily warp or deteriorate. D’best Doors and Windows offer Palladio composite doors that are energy-efficient, which means cheaper power costs, secure, and feature a distinctive monocoque construction that speaks for their well-built look. They are coated with a renolit foil coating, which means they don't need to be painted and can last for a longer period of time.
Palladio doors do not warp readily when exposed to the sun. Palladio composite doors from D'best Doors and Windows often come with a high-quality, high-grade wood frame. On the outside, the frame is made up of two or more layers of wood with a weather-resistant finish. Furthermore, the material used to construct the door is specifically engineered to keep sunlight from damaging it, allowing it to endure longer and look better.
The door handle will be on the left side if the screen door opens out (towards the right). The door handle will be on the opposite side of the main external door handle as a general rule. The handle on a screen door should be placed in a position that is easily accessible.
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D’Best Windows & Doors is a family run business located in Swords, Co. Dublin.With over thirty years’ experience in the industry, we supply PVC windows and doors, composite doors and conservatories to properties throughout Leinster.