Permadoor Launches New Build Composite Door Offer

Published: 21st July 2009

Permadoor New DoorPermadoor, the composite door specialist, has launched a new dedicated composite door offer to the new build sector. Available in a choice of white, green, black, blue, red, and Golden Elm and Rich Chestnut woodgrain finishes Permadoor’s dedicated new build range is available in a choice of six classic styles.

Competitively priced, composite doors from Permadoor add value to developments, creating a kerb appeal that could prove critical in closing sales. Adrian Wyatt, sales director, Permadoor said: “A door is one of the most important features on any property. It’s the first thing people see when they drive up to it, the first thing they feel and touch and it’s the thing that will make them feel safe and secure when it closes behind them. But introduce a door that delivers all of the aesthetic appeal of timber but won’t rot, warp or twist, is energy efficient and low maintenance and you have a product packed full of features which collectively have massive consumer appeal and can give a development a real feeling of quality.”

Composite doors from Permadoor come with a number of innovations as standard. This includes through colour cassettes, which stand up to weather better than traditional cassettes to everyday wear and tear. All Permadoor doors also come with a high security multi-point locking system, quality hardware and a choice of chrome, black, white and gold door furniture. In addition, a unique system means the composite doors from Permadoor can be easily removed while other trades and particularly wet trades i.e. plasters carry out work. And with a pre-applied finish, composite doors can be installed in a single fix, without the need to paint at the end of works.

Adrian continued: “We have more than 20 years experience and have a strong reputation as a specialist supplier of composite doors in the social sector and are now extending that expertise to the new build sector. What that gives us is real expertise in managing large contracts and an appreciation that product is needed on site, on time, not later.”

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