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true £3500 is the average price of a hearing aid in UK
true Some providers will insist on a home visit
true Some hearing aids cost as little as £1000

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Hearing Aids FAQs

How much should a composite door cost?

With regular maintenance, composite doors cost between £900 and £1,200 for a white version and £1,000 to £2,000 for a black version. For a solid wood door, you can expect to pay between £600 to £900.

What are the problems with composite doors?

Composite doors are more robust and resilient than solid wood doors so are more durable in high traffic areas. Composite doors are not as prone to splintering and splitting as real wood doors so they are more robust and durable in high traffic areas.

Is composite door better than uPVC?

The answer is yes, composite doors are better than uPVC doors. Composite doors are more robust, resistance to weathering and less likely to suffer from sagging or compression due to the rigid plastic core. uPVC doors are simply made from plastic, whereas composite ones are made from wood fibres, recycled tyre and mineral fibre.

What is the difference between a uPVC door and a composite door?

uPVC doors are made purely with plastic, whereas composite doors are made from a number of different materials which are compressed and glued together in high pressure conditions. Composite doors defeat uPVC doors in thickness at 44mm as they are only 28mm.

SpotDif’s Hearing Aids tips

Don’t feel pressured into a home visit

Some companies offer free guides on hearing aids and offer to follow up with a home visit. You don’t have to say yes to this; you’re still free to shop around.

Have a full hearing test before you buy

Never buy any type of hearing aid without a full hearing test. The hearing aids will not be set based on your hearing loss and needs, which presents a risk of further damaging your hearing.

Do your research

If you’re getting quotes and an audiologist offers you an alternative model to the one you’ve been recommended (‘it’s just as good and half the price’), check this is really the case by asking the first audiologist you saw for their opinion.

Watch out for upselling

You shouldn’t need to replace hearing aids after only a year, so be wary of anyone telling you you should. The technology does not move that quickly and there is a three- to five-year life expectancy on hearing aids.

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