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Exceptionally Durable, With The Appearance Of Traditional Timber Doors Using Modern Technology...

You may have decided to go for the more traditional solid door - but in it's modern form - the composite door.

These doors have either a solid timber core and thermo plastic skins or a polyurethane core with GRP skins. In both cases, they are virtually maintenance free and long lasting. If you want to view the choices open you you, then click the relevant image/model below.

To this end, we now have the traditional right up to the contemporary design of door for you to tempt your customer.

The Door Stop Range: ...Click Here To View Range

  • Outer frame - Legend 70mm bevelled

  • Slab thickness - 44mm

  • Core - Polyurethane

  • Lock - Yale

  • Skins - GRP

  • Choice of colour - White only inside

  • Accredited - PAS 23/24 and SBD

The Door Stop Plus Range:

As the Door Stop range, but has a Rehau 70mm bevelled outer frame.

The Solidor Range: ...Click Here To View Range

  • Outer frame - Kommerling 70mm bevelled

  • Slab thickness - 48mm

  • Core - Cross laminated hard wood

  • Lock - Paddock

  • Skins - Thermoplastic

  • Choice of colour - Internal and External

  • Accredited - PAS 23/24

The Italia Range: ...Click Here To View Range

Specifications the same as Solidor Range with Contemporary Designs and Modern Door Furniture.


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