Front and Back Doors
There’s hundreds of colours, handles and accessories to choose from, including decorative glass doors handcrafted by artisans in our Norwich factory. The only limit is your imagination.
Security comes as standard with all our front and back doors, including a multi-point locking system and Yale or Ultion cylinder locks offering the ultimate in locking protection.
Get a free quote and arrange a home visit with your local Anglian team. Our design consultant talks you through the options and takes measurements to ensure the perfect fit.Get a Price
- 10 year guarantee
- Established in 1966
- Made in Britain
Composite front and back doors
Our composite front and back doors are available in Elite Solid Core or Classic GRP in a range of styles and colours.
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The Benefits of Anglian Front and Back Doors
Add value to your home
A new front or back door makes a powerful first impression and sets the tone for the rest of a house viewing. Express your individuality with 70+ front and back door styles in composite, uPVC, wood or aluminium.
Plus, there’s a range of accessories to enhance your door including handles, door knockers and letterplates in chrome, gold, black or white. Make a statement on your street with endless decorative glass and glazing options, such as etching your house number into the glass of your front door or coloured glass for a traditional stained glass window effect.
Keeps the cold out
New front and back doors will keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. Made to exceed the latest building regulations, Anglian entrance doors creates a draught-free, tighter seal than your existing door. For maximum energy efficiency, choose from our composite door collection which have a U-Value rating that exceeds British legislation requirements.
Security as standard
Anglian front and back doors are fitted with either Yale or Ultion branded 3-star cylinder locks as standard. Approved by locksmiths, the police and BSI (British Standards Institution), they are anti-snap, anti-pick and anti-drill. Installed on our composite doors, Ultion’s 3-star cylinder Solid Secure Diamond lock has a hidden lock that engages to prevent intruders gaining entry, even when snapped twice. Our entrance doors come with shoot lock bolts that lock into place when you turn the handle, so when they’re shut and locked, you know your home is safe from unwelcome visitors
Spread the cost of your new doors and windows with our low rate finance plan from 9.9% APR variable.
Your doors and windows come with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.
Price match promise
Find like-for-like uPVC doors and windows cheaper elsewhere within 7 days and we'll match the price.
Front and Back Doors FAQ
The cost of a new front door varies depending on the material and style you choose. uPVC is usually the cheapest option, followed by composite, aluminium and wood. Our team will talk through the cost of an Anglian front door during your home visit.
The difference between uPVC and composite front doors is the internal make-up of the door. uPVC doors are made purely from plastic, whereas composite doors are made from several materials, which when combined, provide a weatherproof, insulating and durable front door. Whether you choose a UPVC or composite front door, both are strong, secure and guaranteed for 10 years.
The best doors for security are those with a multi-point locking system, a deadlock and hinges with long screws or bolts. Look for the Kitemark on our Yale and Ultion locks which come with their own security guarantee.
The best type of door for your home is one that is secure, draught-free and suits your style. Composite and uPVC external doors are the most versatile and affordable. Aluminium is all about style and wood is an ideal choice for period homes. Our team will help match the perfect Anglian door type to suit your requirements.
Large glass panels on a front or back door can make your home vulnerable to burglars who could smash the glass, reach inside and open the lock. Anglian glazed doors are fitted with toughened glass as standard which is harder to break. We’d also recommend installing a deadbolt lock so both sides of the door require a key to unlock.