Endurance Composite Doors
Endurance Composite Doors
Endurance composite doors offer a market-leading composite door design that combines safety, security and style. Adding these doors to your product range is a sure-fire way for your to offer quality, security, peace of mind and complete satisfaction to your customers. These doors are available in a wide range of styles and can be outfitted with complementary hardware.
These doors expertly combine premium grade materials and contemporary manufacturing techniques to deliver a standard of composite door that stands out on the current market. This not only means that you’ll be offering your customers the best, it also means that you’ll be offering quality that lasts for reduced after sales.
Outstanding Endurance Composite Door Design
Achieving leading standards of thermal efficiency, security, durability, performance and design, these doors a designed for excellence. The degree of security that they achieve is made possible by an intelligently designed solid timber core, which means they deliver an impressive standard of strength and dimensional stability.
These doors are manufactured using 17 high quality timber laminates, which means they are 10% thicker than any other solid composite door on the market. You’ll be able to offer your customers the very best the industry has to offer with a robust and rigid 48mm thick design. This is then combined with a range of high quality locking systems to guarantee strength is consistent.
You’ll also be able to offer your customers a wide range of high quality glazing options, allowing them to bring a personal touch to their home that is set to stand out. You’ll be able to cater for a wide range of property styles and customer tastes to increase the demographic you deal with. In turn, this will help you to drive more sales.
Extensive Composite Door Choices
The Endurance composite door is available in three distinct styles; ‘The Classic Collection’, ‘The Urban Collection’ and the ‘Country Collection’. Each of these collections uphold their own signature feel and aesthetic, which means you’ll be able to offer a greater degree of versatility in your installations. There’s no reason to turn business away.
We also offer a comprehensive selection of letterplates, lever handles, lever pad handles, pull handles, hinges, knockers and pull knobs. All letterplates, lever handles, lever pad handles and knockers are available in 7 different colours, whilst pull handles are available in 3 different sizes and finished with a beautiful satin stainless covering.
These composite doors are also available in ‘Irish Oak’, ‘Golden Oak’, ‘Walnut’, ‘Mahogany’, ‘Rosewood’, ‘Schwarz Braun Black’, ‘Anthracite Grey’, ‘French Navy’, ‘Rich Red’, ‘Turquoise Pastel’, ‘Chartwell Green’, ‘Racing Green’, ‘Pearl Grey’, ‘Pebble’, ‘White’, ‘Cream’ and ‘Duck Egg Blue’. All colours feature a durable coating for quality that is set to last.
Impressive Security Standards
All Endurance composite doors operate in line with the stringent Secured by Design standards. This means that they have been tested and tried by a police backed initiative and have proven themselves to uphold an outstanding level of security. It’s never been easier to offer homeowners peace of mind in a stylish way.
The Secured by Design testing process includes a manual, crowbar attack on the locking hardware, an unlimited number of 3 minute attacks on the door cylinder with craft knives and screw drivers, a 3 minute manual attack using chisels and brick bolsters and a hard body impact test. This testing process is designed to weed out an inferior build.
The 48mm thick solid timber core comprises a BBA accredited Kerto LVL timber core. This features engineered cross-bonded veneers to ensure structural integrity is maintained across the board. All Kerto products are CE marked and certified by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, no 184/03. Don’t settle for less for your customers.
Low Maintenance Composite Doors
Although composite doors offer homeowners a beautifully traditional wooden appearance, they operate as a contemporary timber alternative. This means that your customers can enjoy all the benefits of a traditional home improvement solution, whilst still enjoying modern standards of performance and design.
You’ll be able to reduce your aftersales as these doors do not rot, warp, discolour or crack like the traditional wooden doors. The Endurance composite door intelligently bypasses this infamous feature by combining timber with uPVC and glass reinforced plastic (GRP), achieving product innovation across the board.
Get in Touch
Get in touch with us today to find out more on our competitive Endurance composite door prices. They are sure to be the perfect addition to your product range, complementing any project in any property style.
You can also get in touch with us should you have any questions about our other products or services. A member of our friendly team will be on hand to discuss any questions or queries you may have.
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