Solidor customers are growing fast. The timber-core composite door manufacturer sells quality doors with a service, support and marketing package that makes them an easy sell for installers.
The laminated-hardwood timber core in every Solidor passes all the tests required by Building Regulations. With a minimum U Value of 1.5, Solidor is CE Marked and also has PAS24:2016 certification. Solidor is thermally efficient, strong, and secure.
Solidor CEO Gareth Mobley says: “We spent a long time choosing the timber we use in our core, and our unique laminated-hardwood is the perfect balance between energy efficiency and security.
“We do everything to help customers sell more doors,” says Gareth. “That starts with offering a premium quality product they and their customers can trust, a door that has all the necessary standards, and certifications from CE Marking, Door Energy Ratings, PAS24:2016, Approved Document Q and Secured By Design. No exceptions. People tend to assume that all doors are fully certified, but some don’t have a CE mark, which is a legal requirement. If they don’t it’s usually because the type of construction or wood they use can’t achieve 1.8 U Value. Solidor does!
“We invested in people, operations, processes and facilities so we can give customers consistently world-class service, the highest quality products delivered at a rate of 99.8% on time and in full. That’s truly world class. And we continue to invest in product development, dedicated account managers, and marketing support to help customers sell more doors.
“Our service is world-class and reliable so customers get their door exactly when they want it. We’re expanding our fleet of vehicles and drivers to ensure we maintain world-class reliability and we deliver our doors with care so customers get their doors in perfect condition.
“If our customers are growing, we’re growing,” Gareth continues, “so we do everything to help them keep growing. Last year’s 37% sales growth is a testament to our customers’ success and the whole Solidor team, in house and on the ground.”