There are a number of differences between our range of composite doors and others on the market. Other composite entrance doors may be foam-filled, single rebated and double glazed.
We at The Palladio Door Collection pride ourselves on being different, which is why we have a unique monocoque structure with 65mm of reinforced fibreglass, our entrance doors are double rebated as standard and all of the units in our glazed doors are triple glazed as standard.
Here at Profile Developments, we thought you might be interested in learning more about the glazing process so we took a recent trip around our glass factory and took a few pictures along the way.
Below you can see how our resin designs come to life, carefully traced out by a machine which is the first step in the process of making our carefully chosen glass designs.
Once the design has been traced and the resin has set in, the next step is to add a splash of colour to the design which is added by hand ensuring precision and unbeatable quality.
We use the same process to make areas of satinised glass clear which you can see being done below.
If you choose a bevelled design, the bevels are also added meticulously by hand.
The units are then set aside for the next phase of their journey, adding warm edge tech so that the 3 panes of glass are bonded together to form the finished triple glazed unit.
The finished product is a weatherproof, triple glazed unit that will be placed in our range of composite doors and matching sidelights. We place the design in the centre pane of glass to ensure that it is weatherproof and you will never have to worry about the design being affected. It also allows homeowners to choose from a vast range of backing glass options, so whether you want your glass in your door or sidelight to be transparent or obscure, we can accommodate your needs.
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