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50 years in the trade

For five decades, we’ve served fabricators, installers, and specifiers across the UK.

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Last year we recycled 3,000,000 window frames, showing our commitment to sustainable home improvement.

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We offer our fabricators the widest range of systems in the UK and the technical support to back it up.

UPVC doors

What is uPVC?
Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, commonly known as uPVC, is one of the most popular construction materials in the UK. Lightweight, low maintenance and incredibly durable, it is found in windows, doors, conservatories and rooflines in every corner of the country. uPVC can also be recycled up to 10 times, giving it a potential serviceable lifetime of hundreds of years.
Why should I get a uPVC door?
uPVC doors from Eurocell are strong, energy efficient, durable, easy to clean, and quick to install. They are also a sustainable choice, with Eurocell’s closed-loop recycling system helping to reuse uPVC up to 10 times. uPVC doors can be made to accommodate most door sizes and they can normally be fitted in just a single day, meaning your home remains secure throughout the process of fitting your new door. 
Are Eurocell uPVC doors guaranteed?
Yes, all uPVC doors from Eurocell come with at least a 10-year guarantee, giving you peace of mind about the durability and quality of your chosen door.
How can I clean uPVC doors?
uPVC doors are an incredibly low maintenance option. All they need is an occasional wipe down with a sponge and warm water. Doing this five-minute job two or three times a year will keep your door looking perfect for years to come.
Can uPVC doors be painted?
No. Painting a uPVC door is difficult and likely to ruin its appearance. There is also no need to paint a Euorcell uPVC door, simply because of the range of colours available. Whatever property you have, our range has you covered.
How are uPVC doors made?
All our uPVC doors are designed and made exclusively in the UK, guaranteeing you a great product and the very best of British manufacturing. Keeping our manufacturing in the UK also makes a significant contribution to our sustainability efforts. Your new uPVC door will travel a minimal distance before being installed in your property, rather than being manufactured overseas and then shipped thousands of miles to your home.
Where should I buy uPVC doors?
While there are many suppliers of uPVC doors across the UK, Eurocell’s door quality, customer service, installation procedures, range of doors and sustainability efforts make us the sensible choice. What’s more, all our doors come fitted with high-security features.
What’s the price of Eurocell’s uPVC doors?
Each door is priced differently depending on a range of different factors. Please contact us for more details and a free, no obligation quote.
Where can I buy Eurocell uPVC doors?
All Eurocell uPVC doors can be bought online or in any of our nationwide network of branches. 
Are Eurocell’s uPVC doors safe and secure?
Yes. They feature advanced multi-point locking systems to keep your possessions safe and unwanted intruders at bay.
How long will it take to install my uPVC door?
Just one day. So you won’t have to worry about any nights without a functioning front door. Our approved installer will arrive on the morning of your installation date and won’t leave until the job is complete.
Do I need planning permission for a new uPVC door?
No. Installing a new uPVC door is a simple job and does not require planning permission.
Can Eurocell uPVC doors match my property’s existing style?
Almost certainly, yes. We offer an extensive range of different uPVC doors and a stunning selection of different colours. So whatever you’re searching for, you’ll find it at Eurocell.
What is the energy rating of Eurocell’s uPVC doors?
Some of our uPVC doors have U-values as low as 0.9 (A-rated), meaning they are highly efficient at keeping the heat inside your property and lowering your energy bills.
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