They created the award-winning range of Lumi frameless windows and residential doors, but did you know Northern Ireland based Apeer are also one of the leading suppliers of composite and fire doors into the social housing market.
With contracts in planning for the next five years, the Apeer door range meets the requirements for the NIHE specification for entrance doors and fire doors, and Apeer supplies a number of contractors with doors for NIHE social housing projects. Managing Director Asa McGillian explains: “Social housing is an integral part of our overall door business and we get a lot of repeat orders for onsite maintenance door slabs due to occupier damage.
“Our composite and fire doors have been fitted into hi-rise flats and housing developments for contracts throughout Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the rest of the UK.
“Our new and improved 30 minute fire door, Isolate2, keeps us at the forefront of the market and offers improved thermal efficiency, multi-point locking systems, double glazed units, low maintenance and is available in five styles, five colours, all with side and top lights available.
“The new version replaced our original Isolate fire door in April 2015, and it also meets all the legal requirements for fire doors in homes with internal garage access doors, so is ideal for the retail market.”
Apeer successfully launched the ground breaking Lumi system in 2015, which features unique ‘edge-to-edge’ energy efficient triple glazing that is structurally bonded to a core of high strength, glass reinforced profiles.
For more information about Apeer composite and fire doors in a social housing capacity visit www.apeer.co.uk.