For many homeowners, it’s the glazing that is the biggest decision when it comes to their composite door, so it pays to choose a door supplier who understands the importance of the glazing aesthetics and has developed a product that will meet all homeowners’ demands and more.
Distinction Door’s glazing cassette leads the market for several reasons. In terms of aesthetics, the cassette’s colour, moulding design and grain effect match the rest of the composite door for a seamless finish with ultimate kerb appeal. This is enhanced because there are no unsightly plugs or screws to interfere with the elegant appearance. In addition, slim sightlines maximise light transmission. As an indication of the quality of the Distinction offering, the white, black, red, blue and green solid colour cassettes are through-coloured, so they maintain their pristine appearance because knocks and scratches do not leave a white mark where paint is removed.
Away from the aesthetics, Distinction Doors has paid just as much attention to the technical features of the glazing cassette. Eleven of the 12 glass ranges are triple glazed, with the decorative pane encapsulated between two clear panes. The result is a complete closing solution, providing greater thermal performance and lower maintenance requirements, because no fiddly dusting is required to keep the panes looking pristine.
The cassette is an attractive product for installers too, because snap-together fitting makes it uniquely fast and easy to fit. It is also reversible because each assembly consists of an identical inner and outer cassette, with symmetrical male and female connectors/pockets.
Distinction Door’s Nan Ya GRP composite door is the UK’s market leader and as the quality of the glazing cassette demonstrates, it’s a position that’s well-deserved.
For more information please visit www.distinctiondoors.co.uk/