External Door Replacements
Between 15% – 18% of your home heat is lost through your doors as quoted by SEAI. By upgrading to newer energy efficient windows and doors, you can reduce the amount of heat lost significantly while increasing the comfort and appearance of your home. Energy efficient glazing helps reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills, whether with double or triple glazing, secondary glazing, or just heavier curtains.
Like any part of the home, doors can be insulated and draught-proofed to prevent heat from escaping. Building regulations state that installing a new door requires approval from the relevant buildings control body, and new external doors now generally contain integrated insulation to reduce heat loss and comply with the regulations.
A properly fitted new external door should include an effective draught-proofing system. Existing doors can be improved by fitting draught-proofing strips around the seals and the letterbox. Fitting draught-proofing to the doors and windows will save the typical household around €30 a year.
External Door Suppliers
Churchfield work closely with some of Ireland’s leading external door suppliers including those who specialise in energy efficient windows and doors, uPVC, Aluminum, Timber and Aluclad. Our strong relationship with our suppliers allows us to offer our customers the highest quality products at very competitive prices.
At Churchfield Home Services, we offer our customers a choice of windows in a variety of materials, sizes and styles to suit their needs and preferences. As we work independently from our suppliers we offer our customers unbiased, expert advice to ensure you receive the most suitable doors for your home.