Anglian front and back doors come in a choice of composite, uPVC, wood and aluminium. Give your home a standout new look with contemporary, traditional and cottage front door designs to suit every property.
Choose from our range of colours, door furniture and glazing options, including decorative glass. High-quality security features come as standard on our front and back doors, with multi-point locking systems and Secured by Design 3-star rated locking cylinder
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Explore Front Door Materials
- Over 20 colours
- Our most energy-efficient
- Ultion Secured by Design cylinder
- 18 different designs
- Triple glazing option
- Over 200 colours
- Naturally insulating
- 30-year anti-rot guarantee
- Over 200 colours
- Heat-retaining design
- Full and half-glazed options
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Reasons to Choose Anglian Front and Back Doors
Add Value to Your Home
A new front or back door that complements the style of your home can make your home more attractive to potential buyers. Express your individuality with a choice of more than 70 front and back door designs in composite, uPVC, wood or aluminium.
Almost Endless Customisations
Whether making a statement with a replacement front door or updating your old kitchen back door, customise your door colour, handle, or add a letterplate and other accessories. Get your house number etched into the glass or choose coloured glass for a traditional stained-glass window effect.
Keeps Out the Cold
Gaps in your door frame and doors made from poor insulating materials allow heat to escape from your home and let the cold air in. New energy-efficient front and back doors help keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer and could save you money on your energy bills.
Security as Standard
Multi-point locking engages around the frame when you lift the handle, locked in place with a Yale or Ultion branded 3-star cylinder lock as standard. The cylinders in both locks have anti-snap guarantees, so you can be sure your front and back doors are safe from intruders.
Spread the cost of your new doors and windows with our low rate finance plan from 12.9% APR variable.
Your doors and windows come with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.
Delivery and installation included
The price includes the home visit or remote quotation, and the survey, manufacturing, installation and aftersales for your doors.
Common Questions about Front Doors
The cost of a front door or back door varies depending on where you buy it, the material, size, design, colour or finish, and furniture you choose. For example, a white front door made from uPVC is often the least expensive. Our door prices include a virtual or home visit, survey, installation and aftersales support with no hidden costs.
The main difference between uPVC and composite front doors is the way they are constructed. uPVC front doors are made up of strong uPVC, sometimes strengthened with steel in the door and frame. Composite front doors are thicker and made from a combination of materials, including a solid timber or insulated foam core and high-impact glass-reinforced polyester skin. These door materials both have very good energy efficiency properties and security features. Whether you buy a front door made from uPVC or composite, both are energy efficient, secure, and guaranteed for 10 years.
When looking at front door prices, you’ll usually find that composite doors cost more than uPVC front doors. Composite doors are thicker and made from a mixture of materials including wood and insulating foam, whereas uPVC door panels are primarily just made of uPVC. However, the price you pay also depends on the size, colour, glass, and design you choose, as well as the supplier you buy your door from.
You can install your own front door, but it is important to have some DIY knowledge and the right tools. There are a number of technical steps required, which if not carried out correctly, can affect the performance of your new front door. This is why we would recommend you hire a professional supply and fit company like Anglian. Get in touch with us on Livechat today to get started.
The safest back door is one with a multi-point locking system and some form of reinforcement to the frame. A multi-point locking system is more secure than a single-point lock and a reinforced steel door is more difficult to break through. A safe back door should also be installed correctly in order to make sure the door fits tightly in the frame, and all of the locking mechanisms are in good working order.
Our Accreditations and Licenses
For impact resistance and glass fragmentation on safety glass.
The British Board of Agrement provides certification on the quality of our products.
The Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme ensures window installers comply with buildings regulations in England & Wales.
Look for our FSC® certified wooden window and door products on our website.
Independent service that deals with disputes between registered businesses and consumers.
Certifies products made from start to finish in a British factory by British craftspeople.
Anglian is a leading member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF).