ODL Europe has confirmed they are expanding their range of doors with the soon to be launched Deco and Moderne composite doors. Nathan Barr, Managing Director of the Bootle-based company, explains: “During lockdown we took the time to further strengthen our market position and expand our offer to put our customers on the front foot. Our two new door designs are a direct result of feedback from our customers and our new Deco and Moderne doors will give them valuable upsell opportunities and bring our current offer in line with the market”.
The new Moderne door taps into the trend for contemporary door design and offers elegant modern detailing throughout. The door will be available in a range of colours on a new teak woodgrain effect skin that will give an additional designer edge. Furthermore, the company has developed a new range of exclusive contemporary glass designs to complement the Moderne door and it suites with a choice of glazing cassettes too, including the popular Zeel™ contemporary frame which offers modern, sleek lines.
The new Deco door is a cottage door design that gives the sophisticated heritage styling that is so popular at the moment. The Deco door also has a new range of specially developed period glass options to finish it perfectly and it also suites with a choice of ODL Europe glazing cassettes too.
ODL Europe says the doors offer a wealth of features that give exceptional strength, an outstanding finish, PAS24:2016 security and come with a warranty of up to ten years.
The company will also be unveiling their new technically advanced fire door too, which it believes has the capacity to revolutionise this sector. The new Guardsman FD Fire door is the result of a six-figure investment in research and development and a vital collaboration with Winkhaus, which is home to the FireFrame fire door.
Nathan concludes: “The lockdown has changed everything and we all know we are emerging into a new normal. I think we’re all waiting to see what it will look like, but we can already see that standing still will not be an option. Our new doors are a further example of how we continue to work with our customers to develop the products they need to help lead the way in the composite door market.”
Both the Deco and Moderne doors will be available to order by the fourth quarter of