Clearview National December 2015 - Issue 169 - Page 40

DOORS&WINDOWS Right on Q Greater Choice Hurst Plastics has brought greater choice to customers with the addition of a new energy efficient fully sculptured composite door outer frame from Liniar and a suite of stainless steel hardware from Avocet. »»Ideal for installers who wish to sell a complete suite of matching windows and doors in the sculptured style, the recently introduced outer frame benefits from a superior triple sealing system to maximise weather performance and durability. In addition, a stylish range of stainless steel hardware has been introduced to enhance the appearance of the Hurst composite door and is ideal for demanding coastal applications with high levels of salt corrosion. The range includes handles, letterplates, contemporary knockers and numerals. Mark Atkinson, Sales Director at Hurst Plastics, explains: “The introduction of this new outer frame and new door furniture adds to the choice we bring to the industry and enables the homeowner to create a bespoke door to suit their exact specification. With our simple pricing scheme, fast online ordering, efficient delivery and superb marketing and retail support, I believe that we have created one of the best composite door packages available in the industry.” The outer frame and hardware can be built into a composite door design and specification through Hurst’s Door Builder software, which is available on the company’s ‘Hurst Live’ on-line portal. ‘Hurst Live’ is a totally bespoke system which brings speed and convenience to customers and helps them to access technical data, track and trace orders, order and price bespoke composite doors and download a wealth of marketing point of sale materials within just a few clicks. Call 01482 790790 or visit www.hurst-plastics.co.uk Security specification’s for doors and windows has just become even more stringent following the implementation of Document Q. »»The Approved Document, which came into effect on the 1st October 2015, features new government guidelines covering security of ‘easily accessible’ door an