Endurance® Doors has introduced two new door designs, the Cader Idris and the Pentland, which were developed before the FIT Show, as the solid and secure composite door brand continues to build market share.
Forming part of their Classic Collection, these two new additions take inspiration from typical 1930’s style doors with the Cader Idris featuring an arched top light and the Pentland a rectangular top light with Georgian bars. Adding to this period inspired design is the preferred option of a Winkhaus AV2 heritage lock which is opened from the outside by key and internally by thumb turn, the door locking as soon as it is closed.
With the recent introduction of foiled rich red, racing green and French navy PVCu door frames, there’s further opportunity to build a composite door specification that’s steeped in period inspired design, yet with modern day functionality. These latest door designs also form part of three distinct collections in the new 92 page 2016 brochure, namely the Classic Collection, Country Collection and Urban Collection.
Both the Cader Idris and the Pentland also feature on the latest version 2 of the online Door Designer, which is fully responsive for desktop, tablet and mobile devices. Recent updates include social media sharing, ability to save a PDF, the opportunity to view the door designed on an existing property and a find an installer facility.
Stephen Nadin, managing director of Endurance® Doors commented: ‘These two new door designs are an important addition to our product range which is featured heavily in our new brochure. Over the last 18 months the investment in marketing and product development has been considerable and we’re now experiencing unprecedented growth for our solid and secure timber composite doors.’
For further information on the Endurance® Solid and Secure composite door range for complete door sets or for slab only manufacturing, please visitwww.endurancedoors.co.uk, e-mail [email protected] or call the sales office on 01652 462042.You can also request a free copy of the new 92 page brochure.