Composite door manufacturer DOORCO is urging fabricators to move up to its Farmhouse door range for improved aesthetics and higher security spec over its existing Cottage range.
Farmhouse was launched earlier this year as a major upgrade of Cottage with the addition of a moulded design and reinforced skin for greater integrity over the original machine grooved flush door.
MD Dan Sullivan said: “This gives it a much improved appearance and added security because they are designed into the manufacturing process. The Cottage door has been very successful for us and our fabricator customers so we are sure the Farmhouse will be even more so – it is an altogether better quality door.”
The Farmhouse door can be seen in the DOORCO brochure in its best-selling Sunningdale and Belfry styles but is offered in many other styles and glazing options. The new door also meets the amendments to Pas 24:12, as part of Approved Document Q.
Dan continued: “We will continue to offer the Cottage range as long as a significant number of customers want it but we are encouraging them all to look to the obvious benefits of the Farmhouse range and make the change for the better.
“We have always been committed to producing the best quality doors and designs through continuous innovation and the introduction of the Farmhouse is another major step in that direction and one that complements the rest of the DOORCO range as one of the most secure composite doors available.”