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Why choose New Wave Doors?

New Wave Doors are the latest innovation from Deceuninck – a valued supplier that Stormclad have worked with for many years. One of this system’s key features is that it gives the look and feel of an aluminium product but with all the practical and insulation benefits of uPVC.

Described as the ‘next generation’ of slide and swing external doors, each frame locates and slides independently so the door can be opened at any point. This gives you the added flexibility to be very creative when designing your new space.

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Why choose Stormclad
for your new Doors?



You can choose from our comprehensive range of door furniture such as handles, door knockers and letter plates



All of our doors come with a robust set of guarantees so you know that you’re completely covered against any future eventuality


Great Choice

We have a stunning range of doors for you in a great choice of styles and colour to suit your exact requirements for your home



All of our installations are backed up by independent warranty to give you complete peace of mind long after we’ve installed your doors



All of our installers are qualified to MTC standard to ensure that your doors are installed to the very highest level of quality

Energy Efficient

Energy Efficient

Our doors are energy efficient and come with the option to be A Rated by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC)

Doors FAQs

Can I have different glass in my door?

Yes we offer you a great range of glazing options for all doors.

Can you match my existing style and colour of door?

We have one of the widest ranges of doors available, from uPVC doors, composite doors and aluminium doors. From this range we will endeavour to complement your existing fittings as required.

What types of materials are your doors made from?

We offer composite, aluminium and uPVC doors.

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