PVC-U Doors

PVC-U Doors

PVC-U Panel Styles

As the UK’s leading PVC-U door panel manufacturer, we ensure our PVC-U Door Panel Collection is manufactured to the highest standards and offers unparalleled choice when it comes to styles, colours and glazing options to complement any home.


Benefits of a PVC-U Door



Utilising Vacuum Forming technology, each PVC-U door panel is manufactured to exacting standards and hand finished to suit your style and budget.

Highly Customisable

Highly Customisable

Providing a vast number of styles, glass designs and colours to choose from, we promise that no matter the age, style or aesthetic of your home, we can find the perfect PVC-U front door for you.



PVC-U is one of the most versatile options available. PVC-U is impervious to water, is colour stable and is resistant to everyday knocks and scratches.

Low Maintenance

Low Maintenance

PVC-U doors require little to no maintenance, just an occasional wipe down with warm, soapy water and a lint-free cloth will keep your door looking great for years to come.

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Thermally Efficient

Protected by Heat Reflective Technology, our PVC-U doors have a heat reflective skin which when combined with an extra high density core, provides excellent insulation. This means your door does more than just look great; it also helps block noise and heat from entering or escaping your home.

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Green Credentials

We’re committed to minimising our environmental impact at every opportunity which is why our our PVC-U door panels feature a fire retardant core material with no CFCs or HFCs, is non toxic and totally recyclable. In addition, waste materials are disposed of responsibly wherever possible.

Choose Your Door Style

From a 1930s terrace to a Georgian farmhouse to a contemporary apartment, our PVC-U Door Collection offers such a wide range of traditional and modern designs, you’re sure to find a style to suit your property.

Explore Our Glass Collections

Combine your door style with one of our decorative and timeless glasses. With so many to choose from, the Hurst PVC-U Glass Collection is sure to provide the perfect style and solution for your home.

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Colours and Hardware

Accessorise your door and make it your own with a range of colours and  quality door furniture which provide the perfect finishing touch to your door.

By working in partnership with Hurst, you'll not only receive great prices, quality products and unbeatable service, we also provide a fantastic range of benefits to help you develop and increase your door sales.

Find an Installer

With a national network of over 1,500 installers, you'll be sure to find one near you that can help you find your perfect door.

What are Hurst uPVC door panels made from?

Hurst PVC-U door panels are manufactured using advanced technology that bonds two PVC skins to a variety of reinforcing materials ensuring the integrity of the panel against heat and moisture. For additional security we also offer a choice of reinforcing materials.

The PVC is BS 476 Classified, recyclable and inert. It contains no CFCs or HFCs and is a flame-retardent thermoplastic, i.e. it extinguishes itself after the source of the flame has been removed.

What are the benefits of a Hurst uPVC Door?

Hurst PVC-U doors are affordably priced and provide great value for money, especially considering their durability. Their lightweight nature makes them quicker and simpler to install than other doors and PVC-U is also a completely recyclable material. A full list of product benefits can be found on our Overview page within our PVC-U Collection section.

What is uPVC/ PVC-U?

uPVC stands for “unplasticized polyvinyl chloride,” and it is a type of plastic material that is rigid and resistant to ultraviolet (UV) rays, making it suitable for outdoor applications like doors and windows. uPVC is known for its durability, low maintenance requirements, and thermal insulating properties.

Are uPVC doors energy-efficient?

Protected by Heat Reflective Technology, Hurst uPVC door panels have a heat reflective skin which when combined with an extra high-density core, provides excellent insulation. uPVC doors are known for their good thermal insulating properties, which can contribute to energy efficiency in your home. The material itself has a low thermal conductivity, helping to reduce heat transfer between the inside and outside of your home. However, the overall energy efficiency of a door also depends on other factors like the quality of installation, the type of glazing used, and the overall construction of the door.

What do you clean uPVC doors with?

You can clean uPVC doors with a mild soap or detergent mixed with water. Avoid using abrasive or harsh chemicals, as they may damage the uPVC surface. Additionally, you can use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe the door gently. Regular cleaning will help maintain the appearance and extend the lifespan of the uPVC door.

What colours are available?

Although white remains our most popular PVC-U door colour, we offer a range of colour and woodgrain options, from Anthracite Grey and Chartwell Green through to Oak and Rosewood.

When should I replace my uPVC door?

The decision of when to replace a uPVC door depends on its condition and overall performance. If your uPVC door shows signs of significant wear, damage, or has become less energy-efficient, it might be time for a replacement. Additionally, if your door is old and approaching its expected life span, it may be a good idea to consider replacing it. Always consult with a professional to assess your door’s condition and determine if replacement is necessary.

Where can I purchase Hurst uPVC doors in my area?

To locate your nearest Hurst PVC-U door installer please use our locator tool.

What is the average price of a uPVC door?

The average price of a uPVC door can vary based on factors such as size, design, glazing options, and the supplier. As a trade only supplier Hurst Doors cannot provide pricing details to homeowners, however one of our network of over 1,800 independent retailers will be able to help. Simply go to our ‘Locate an installer’ page, select PVC in the type of door and enter your postcode to find a door installer local to you.