Offering 11 stylish new glass designs, Hurst has doubled the number of glazing options available in its popular collection of composite doors.
The new range of triple glazed designs has been introduced to help installers provide an even greater choice for style-conscious homeowners. It includes both traditional and contemporary styles, which have been designed to maximise natural light and provide the ultimate finishing touch to a Hurst composite door.
Mark Atkinson, Hurst Plastics’ Sales Director, says: “We’ve been at the forefront of the composite door sector since the very beginning and we understand the need to continuously introduce new products to stimulate the market and add value to our customers’ businesses. In response to the demands of the market, installers need a greater choice of colours, designs and options to stand out from their competitors. This new range of glass designs – one of the widest available in the industry – means they can now offer an additional 700 different door combinations.
“Homeowners increasingly want to add a stamp of individuality onto their homes and the entrance door is becoming a vibrant expression of their personality. Traditional colours are still popular, but there is a growing trend for bolder, brighter shades and more contemporary door designs that complement the external aesthetics of the house and the interior decoration, whilst also reflecting the homeowner’s individual style. Modern consumers prize choice and this extends to the glazing, which is important as it enhances the character of the door and maximises natural light in their homes.
“The response so far to this new range has been extremely positive. We will continue to champion the installer and the homeowner by offering the finest selection of door styles, colours, glazing options and accessories to satisfy their sophisticated design-led needs.”
Hurst’s range of triple glazed units encapsulates the delicate decorative glazing between two panes of clear glass to protect it and make it easier to clean. The additional glazing also provides greater noise reduction and improved thermal efficiency.
The range has been designed to complement Hurst’s Composite Collection, which offers one of the widest ranges of composite door styles in the market and a choice of more than 1600 colour options.
The Hurst composite door combines incredible good looks and outstanding performance with proven levels of security. Low maintenance and exceptionally durable, the GRP composite door is also more energy efficient than a traditional timber door or a solid timber core composite door.
The Premium Glass range has been introduced to Hurst’s online Door Designer.