New Fibreglass Door Styles Launched
Published: 20th January 2009
Specialist composite door manufacturer Permadoor has launched a new range of four fibreglass door styles to address the increasing demand for a wider choice of products. Specialising in the supply of made-to-measure, low-maintenance exterior composite doors to the social housing market, Permadoor’s fibreglass door range combines aesthetic timber-like qualities with added benefits including security and advanced performance. The fibreglass range has been specifically designed to meet the standards required for social housing projects and can be manufactured to suit a wide range of specifications, providing a simple and cost-effective solution to door refurbishment.
Adrian Wyatt, sales director, Permadoor, said: “Fibreglass doors from Permadoor have an authentic cross grain effect for a realistic timber appearance and in contrast to wood they won’t dent, crack, split or splinter. What’s more, they provide excellent thermal efficiency helping to make homes warmer and more energy-efficient. “The four new additions to our fibreglass range include the Ayres 2, Dryden, Wordsworth and Tongue & Groove designs and our range of stained glazing options has also been extended to increase the choice for our customers. “As well as launching our four new styles we have also unveiled a smart new black offer to compliment the existing colour choices.”
By expanding its already comprehensive range of low-maintenance and sustainable products, Permadoor continues to work to support local authorities, housing associations and contractors to deliver both regeneration and new build projects.￩ Back to News Page