Residor has added three new contemporary door designs to its range, and the company claims its double-thickness GRP skins means it is one of the few GRP doors to pass all current security testing.

Residor CEO Gareth Mobley said: “Security is a real issue because it’s what homeowners want, but it’s what a lot of composite doors don’t supply. We videoed two doors representing seven out of 10 composite doors being sold failing the new PAS24:2016 cut test at an independent test house last year. They failed because their GRP skins are too thin, so they can be cut through in just 90 seconds. And their construction hasn’t changed since then.

“Residor is designed to give homeowners the real-life security they’re after. Its 3.8mm GRP skins pass all current security tests. It’s PAS24:2016 certified, not 2012!