Double the benefits from frameXpress

Date: 8 August 2013
Source: frameXpress Ltd
One of the latest frameXpress composite door installations demonstrates the company’s versatility and breadth of choice within this market sector.

The high specification project incorporated a number of unique elements for a bespoke installation in Kent, which included fitting double-fronted composite doors with two colour foils and a Yale locking system for additional security.

The homeowner had stipulated a bold Black for the exterior combined with a Golden Oak internal finish to ensure the doors matched the interior style of the property.

The highest industry standards were specified with regard to security and thermal performance for the impressive privately owned home.

Since launching the composite door division earlier this year, frameXpress has seen a steady but significant increase in demand for products from the range.

For frameXpress identifying areas of potential growth for customers across the market is an extremely important part of service support and building customer relations.

Consequently, the company’s composite door options are fast becoming the product of choice for many thanks to the significant energy saving benefits and security advantages they offer including bespoke colour and a half fire rated option.

With frameXpress products being Secured by Design and PAS 23 and PAS 24 accredited this has proved a popular addition to the portfolio with customers successfully able to provide the end user with more individual scope that a broader product range offers.

As a company frameXpress has a hard earned reputation for quality, flexibility and support.

The philosophy to offer only the best in terms of product and customer services created by Mark Westbrook and Stuart Green nearly 13 years ago, has ensured that the company has grown in strength and capacity, remaining steady and constant for customers despite difficult market conditions.

The design of composite doors offers more advantages than singular material doors, with the frameXpress range having been developed, using a combination of carefully selected materials.

These offer beneficial properties that completely eliminate defects such as warping and shrinking commonly associated with other door types.

Additionally, homeowners are impressed with the variety of glasses that can be incorporated to ensure each project can be individualized to their exact requirements.

As the company has grown, so has the team with various divisions now well established in their own right.

These include commercial, aluminium, bi-fold as well as composite doors which have further bolstered the upvc fabrication side of the business at frameXpress.

Ian Davis, Sales Manager at frameXpress comments, “The industry is accommodating change and we are at the forefront of the market ensuring we provide the best thermally efficient products.

Adapting to change and helping customers to take advantage of technical benefits places us all in an advantageous position.”

FrameXpress composite doors are available in a variety of standard and bespoke colour options and currently have a lead time of 5 days.

For more information on the composite door range available from the company please call 01952 581100.

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