Dempsey Dyer strengthens door range with Invisifold

Dempsey Dyer strengthens door range with Invisifold
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Yorkshire’s Dempsey Dyer has added to its extensive offering with the innovative Invisifold slide and swing door.

Renowned for its versatility, the Invisifold system converts a conventional patio or French door into a highly-flexible, sliding and folding solution, allowing homeowners to create large openings to outside spaces.

The Invisifold system is quite unique, as every sash can be operated independently to create partial walkways and provide ventilation anywhere along the opening.

“Whilst we are well-respected in the industry for our timber expertise, we are incredibly passionate about uPVC too, offering an extensive and diverse range of quality products,” comments Dempsey Dyer MD, Peter Dyer.

“The Invisifold is the latest addition to our uPVC range and allows our trade customers to stand out from their competition with a truly innovative door solution.”

“We’re celebrating 40-years in business this year, which we firmly believe can be attributed to our unwavering commitment to quality products and a reliable, professional service which we have had since day one. Constantly strengthening our offering with the likes of Invisifold and helping our customers to win new business is just one of the reasons why many of our customers have worked with us for decades.”

The Invisifold is available in a wide range of colours and woodgrain finishes, allowing homeowners to authentically replicate the look of Dempsey Dyer’s famous timber range.

A sleek appearance is achieved through concealing the hinges and hardware within the frame rebate, with only the handle and cylinder on display.

The slide and swing door can be specified with innovative options from VBH, which allows the sashes to fold closer together for an uncompromised opening.

Maintaining Dempsey Dyer’s commitment to high-performance, the Invisifold delivers excellent energy efficiency and is available with PAS24 accreditation. With no limit to the number of sashes, the Invisifold is a suitable addition to any property, whilst remaining incredibly easy to install.

Dempsey Dyer was founded in 1977 by brothers Tom and Robert Dyer, and is now run by Tom’s son Peter. Dempsey Dyer has expanded to become one of Yorkshire’s foremost providers of timber and uPVC windows and doors.

Dempsey Dyer’s signature product is the Beaumont window range of mechanically-jointed uPVC frames with an authentic woodgrain appearance.

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