Dempsey Dyer, one of the industry’s most respected glazing companies, has become the latest business to take on board the Solidor composite door. The company also decided to showcase a unique Duck Egg blue Solidor door on their stand at Ecobuild, which was held 20-22nd March at ExCel, London.
Since 1977, Dempsey Dyer have been servicing the trade, retail and commercial markets with a wide range of PVCu, timber and composite home improvement products and have been operating as Deceunink fabricators for over 30 years. The introduction of the Solidor product will provide customers with the full range of 14 internal and external colours and the luxurious and contemporary Italia range.
In addition to the standard product range, Dempsey Dyer will also be taking Solidor’s 62mm door slab which will be incorporated into a Deceuninck outer frame, for a Passivhaus offering. Initial testing has already shown that the slab can achieve a ‘U’ value of just 0.7 W/(m²K).
Peter Dyer, director of Dempsey Dyer comments: “The addition of Solidor to our product portfolio is an important one. We’ve also been able to work alongside them with their 62mm slab, which will form part of our Passivhaus product range. In all, we have great expectations for our collective working relationship.”
Gareth Mobley, managing director of Solidor concludes: “The addition of companies of the calibre of Dempsey Dyer to our network is a reflection on our feature-packed composite doors and the way in which we work with our customers. I feel a real sense of excitement for a long-term relationship with Peter and his team at Dempsey Dyer.”