Distinction Doors has announced that it is just about to start production of its new 70mm door. Chantel Roach, Distinction’s Marketing Manager, says, “We launched the door at the FIT Show where it attracted a great deal of interest. For fabricators and installers, the key selling point is that it can be over-rebated so it can be a direct replacement for the PVCu equivalent. For homeowners, the fact that it offers superb thermal efficiency with a typical 37% improvement over a timber door is likely to be an eye-catching proposition.”
Like the rest of Distinction’s range, the 70mm door uses a Nan Ya blank, guaranteeing an excellent pedigree. Thanks to the impact resistant GRP skin with rigid polymer subframe, high-density, CFC-free polyurethane foam core and high quality multi-point locks, it offers security that far exceeds both PVCu and timber doors, giving peace of mind to homeowners.
The aesthetics are unparalleled too. The woodgraining on a Nan Ya slab is renowned for its authenticity. The graining is repeated on the glazing cassette, a subtle finishing touch that creates a seamless and sophisticated appearance. The 70mm door will be available in the complete range of Distinction Doors’ colours and homeowners will also be able to choose from the 5 glass ranges to personalise their choice. Add in the low maintenance and durability that comes with choosing a GRP composite door, and the 70mm door looks like an attractive option.
Chantel concludes, “We are delighted to be extending our range to include a 70mm door. We know from our research and feedback from our customers that it will open up new sales opportunities – and that can only be a good thing.”
For more information please visit http://www.distinctiondoors.co.uk/