They certainly earn their ‘Extreme’ tag as each 48mm Solid Core Door has 16 layers of robust, laminated timber, and a unique auto-engage locking system, which removes the possibility of warping and minimises the threat of break-in.
There is a total of 16 different designs in the range (coined with names like ‘The Rhuddlan Two’ and ‘The Portchester’) and they’re available in 20 sparkling finishes (including Classic Limestone Grey and Distinct Rich Plum). This gives you far more personalisation and styling options than most competing doors.
Extreme Solid Core Doors also fall into the very top bracket for security as they meet the requirements of ‘Secured by Design’ – the Police-run crime prevention initiative.
When the Police give a door their backing, you know that it must be one of the securest doors you can buy.
Once you have upgraded to an Extreme Solid Core Door, you won’t just feel safer at home; you will feel a lot more comfortable from the standpoint of warmth.
Featuring three weather seals, it will put a stop to draughts and cold spots and help you make big energy savings for the next 10 years+.
When you factor in all these attributes, Solid Core Doors can be considered a top-of-the-range offering, but they don’t come at a top-of-the-range price.
They’re amazingly affordable for what you get and do that rare thing – combine stylishness with functionality.
It’s a door collection that deserves its very own brochure. Request a FREE copy of it and find out what all the fuss is about. Watch out for more new product launches from James Oliver in 2020!
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