Profile 22 has recently launched a new range of Frontier composite doors. Gerald Allen, Marketing Manager of Profile 22 comments: “Industry projections suggest that composite doors are set to continue their popularity until at least 2020, by which time they’ll make up around two-thirds of the door sector. When a sector has growth projections like these, it’s important to have the right product in your portfolio to be able to take advantage of the opportunities. We are delighted to now offer the Frontier door leaves through Profile 22.”
Manufactured in the UK, Frontier composite doors have a solid timber core and are available in 44mm and 48mm options. There are three ranges: traditional, contemporary and cottage, all featuring a beautiful and unique thermoplastic woodgrain finish that replicates timber and gives a more realistic effect. There is a wide range of glazing options covering decorative, plain and obscure designs and a capsule collection of 10 popular colours to help consumers personalise their choice – Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Rosewood, Cherrywood, Chartwell Green, Soft Cream and Anthracite Grey. Frontier’s hardware supplies locks and door furniture, with a choice at every price point too.
Frontier doors are available in slabbed or pre-prepped options so Profile 22’s customers can choose the best option for their business. They are suitable for standard or low-threshold doors, so they’re suitable for domestic, new build, commercial and refurbishment projects.
Frontier doors are scratch and abrasion resistant. COOL SKIN technology minimises the amount of solar heat absorption in order to reduce the surface temperature fluctuation throughout the day. In addition to their excellent weather stability the facings are also highly durable with high impact performance even during extremes of temperature.
The Frontier leaves are compatible with Profile 22’s universal composite door outer frame CD70 and the award-winning Profile 22 Optima chamfered and sculptured systems. Together, they create beautiful opportunities for fabricators and installers.
Aside from all the benefits of the doors themselves, it’s important to remember that when you choose Optima windows and Frontier doors from Profile 22, you get the benefit of being able to place window and door orders through a single supplier too.
So, if you want to make the most of the growing composite door sector, then take a close look at the Frontier range from Profile 22. Contact us HERE to find out more.
Read the Palmer report: http://www.ggpmag.com/news/palmer-predicts-significant-growth-composite-door-sales-2020