Composite door similar to Solidor Edinburgh?

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I have a Solidor London on theoutside of the house that’s bowed slightly so not sure I want another for the inner door.

Trouble is, I ask the missus to choose a door and she comes up with Solidor Edinburgh :cautious:

Is there a very similar door on the market available in a light grey?

Door is this one:

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Thanks :)
 
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If you let the missus choose this stuff you are doomed. I hate my composite door, It cost a fortune and it flexes and wobbles because it was poorly designed and no installer will give a sh*t as long as wifey pays them.
 
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Thanks Solidor are the only makers of that style composite. Being an internal door it probably won't warp but quick question , do you pull the handle up everytime you go through it, engaging the top and bottom locking points? Reason I ask is I was told many years ago by one of my suppliers that by doing so you greatly reduce the risk of warping as neither the top or bottom or centre of door slab can move in the heat as they would now be fixed solid
 
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The one that’s bend has a bump lock but I do double lock it which seems to make it tighter.
 
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