We cover most of the Midlands area, including places such as Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Yorkshire, Warwickshire, Chesire, Leeds, Bradford, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and parts of Shropshire. Wayne who is an approved Rockdoor trusted installer is based up in Leeds and we pass leads onto him and recommend him so he covers area’s further north than us and combined we cover a large area of England and the midlands. Wayne only deals with Rockdoor. Please click the button below to find out more about the area we cover. However, if you are not sure, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us as we are more than happy to help.
These are the two biggest names in the composite door industry. Many people compare Rockdoor and Solidor, ask which one is better, or ask which one do you recommend. I recommend both. They are both superb composite doors whilst being ompletely different. The inner core of a Rockdoor is completely different to Solidor, both have their advantages and disadvantages. A Solidor is made from wood with a uPVC skin either side, a Rockdoor is made from a very high density foam with a uPVC skin either side with a carbon fibre inner frame along the perimeter. The foam is very dense so even over a small area it still has incredible strength and combined with the very strong uPVC skin makes it very secure. The Solidor uses a wood core which has it’s advantages too, such as being a long more resistant to being cut open, but in the real world this is never a likely scenario. Rockdoors advantages are A++ energy ratings on most doors with clear backing glass, and they have the highest security rating possible of any composite door. Solidor advantages are a solid wooden core, a lot more accesories including heritage and architectural types along with more door designs and glass designs than Rockdoor and arguably not as secure depending on the lock specification chosen.