DOORCO Places Emphasis on Exclusive Designs and Customisation

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Setting out its store early in 2015 DOORCO is introducing several exciting new door styles to give the trade – and in turn homeowners – a wider choice than ever with an emphasis on customisation and exclusivity.

Care has been taken to ensure both traditional and modern tastes are catered for in the new products, which include four new designs which have been launched for traditional and contemporary tastes.

Of the traditional styles St Andrews and Gleneagles are unique to DOORCO, whilst the Sunningdale and Belfry Farmhouse styles are manufactured from brand new moulds. Crucially this means they are not routed from a flush door, a process that inevitably weakens the panel and the usual method by which such products are manufactured. Thus, aesthetics, operation and performance are authentic and especially pleasing when installed in a traditional setting.

To provide balance, at the opposite end of the styling spectrum are the new contemporary Monza, Seminole, Inox Lyon and Inox Barcelona designs. These set new parameters for modern, upmarket entrances, combining clean lines with a range of glazing options for installations in which personal expression and customisation are key.

All products are available in 44mm and 68mm versions to extend appeal to a wider range of homes at all price points. Individualisation of all doors is increased through DOORCO’s in-house paint line providing an almost limitless choice of colours with fast turnaround.

The new doors enjoy the reinforced skins that are standard across the whole DOORCO range. Offering substantially increased resistance to forced entry and violent attack as well as a more substantial feel, the thicker skins anticipate impending changes to the Building Regulations and steal a march on most other door manufacturers that have yet to react. The DOORCO door has been tested and passes the key thumb test, part of PAS 23/24.

“As competition in the market increases and homeowners become more discerning when replacing their entrance doors,” says DOORCO’s Dan Sullivan, “we understand that we need to provide our customers and in turn their customers, with greater choice and higher quality. “These are the first of a range of new designs that will be introduced throughout 2015 to ensure that our fabricator and installer customers always have something fresh to offer, to allow them to stand out from the crowd in a busy market.

“The investment we have made during the past two years has led us to this point, where we continually innovate to bring something fresh to the market, in volume slab supplies just as readily as prepped doors. The choices we are offering are designed to create excitement amongst homeowners choosing a GRP door for their properties.

“We have a lot more to offer throughout this year,” adds Dan. “We are door specialists – hence the name – and we promise continual door product innovation throughout 2015.