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Solidor’s greener image on show

The recent Chartered Institute of Housing 2010 Exhibition at Harrogate proved to be the perfect platform for Solidor to show off its new green corporate image and range of sustainable composite doors to the show’s audience.

With green issues high on the agenda for both consumers and specifiers, the new logo helps communicate the fact that not all composite doors are the same and this was communicated at the show. Visitors were impressed by Solidior’s green credentials including the use of timber sourced from 100% sustainable forests, use of a Kömmerling 5 chamber lead-free outer frame, use of 100% recycled Werbar door frame reinforcing and the fact that the door slab can be recycled.

The Solidor product range also carries the latest specifications including Secured by Design and the latest multi-point locking system from Roto, which incorporates egress, secure and passing modes. This enables a Solidor product to meet the specifications for BS PAS 24, EN 1627-30 and prEN 15685.

Gareth Mobley, managing director of Solidor was on hand throughout the show and enthused: “We had a great show and visitors to the stand could see firsthand that our product is unique and perfectly suited for the environmentally conscious specifier. Both enquiries and current sales volumes are at record levels so the show is another plus for us!”

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Now part of Masonite International Solidor is the Door Systems Division of DW3 Products Group. Solidor itself has become the go to brand for premium, solid core composite doors, with a reputation for true product innovation and unrivalled marketing.

Residor is the new mid-market GRP composite door and is the most secure of its type in the composite door sector. Like Solidor, it’s offered with the unrivalled3 Star Ultion cylinder as standard, with upgrade opportunities to Lock Lock. Completing the three-tier product strategy is Nicedor, offering quality door panels at a strong price point.

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