Solidor continue to expand their colour range for composite doors with the introduction of French Grey, an incredible 16th internal and external option to their unprecedented collection.
The vast majority of composite doors in the UK are manufactured from GRP door slabs imported from the Far East. These are not usually laminated, but stained and embossed in a limited range of colours, though rarely with the choice of different internal and external colours.
The laminated composite doors from Solidor are manufactured with a window grade foil that’s designed to perfectly match the door frames in to which they sit. The 16 colours inside and out on the door slabs are complimented with the option of two outer frames, each boasting 9 colours and woodgrains inside and out.
French Grey is the latest finish to be added by Solidor which was launched in December and with the new Mocha and Duck Egg Blue, this makes it 3 new colours during 2012. This new shade of grey is mixed with a little blue and red to create a softer and warmer classic finish, so it’s suitable for both traditional and more contemporary installations.
Gareth Mobley, managing director of Solidor Group comments: ‘The addition of French Grey was in response to demand from customers for new and more luxurious finishes. As a business we never stand still, as our new Recommended Installer Scheme also shows and this is something our customers really appreciate.’
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