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Are Internal Aluminium Doors The Next Big Thing?

Aluminium doors have always been popular when it comes to front or back doors for properties. However recently a new trend has been occurring, people are starting to get internal ali doors fitted in their property which is something quite new.

This trend is coming to fruition by social media influence and the wow factor that an aluminium door with glass panels can bring to your home. They are beautiful to look at and create a very designer home kind of feel which is very desirable in the modern day.

Their popularity seems to be growing so much that Origin Global (an aluminium products company) has announced a new line of aluminium internal doors including singles doors, French doors and fixed screens.

This move suggests this isn’t merely a fad and that this trend is set to continue and grow in the future and we don’t see any reason why that wouldn’t be true. Aluminium products have many benefits to homeowners and we will take a look at a few below.

Long Life Span

Aluminium doors due to their structure have a long-life span which means your investment will last a lifetime barring any unforeseen circumstances. They also come with very little maintenance requirements meaning you won’t have to spend much time on them in the future.


With Aluminium doors, there are so many design options you will almost always be able to find the perfect door for your home whether it is external or internal. They have a fantastic classy look about them and will certainly catch the eye when you have friends or family over.

Thermal Insulation

Aluminium doors have great energy insulation meaning they will not let much energy escape a room or your home making it easier to heat and stay warm for longer. This will result in you using less energy which can help to reduce your bills in the future.

If an aluminium door is something that you are interested in please contact us today on 01278 420475 or email to get some advice or a quote.

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