Vista, the award-winning panel and composite door manufacturer, have launched not one, but two, new ranges of composite doors that look and feel just like aluminium.
Inox and Urban composite doors
The new Contemporary Collections are part of Vista’s existing XtremeDoor range but will have their own stand-alone brochure. The main difference is the use of the new LINKS door blank which has been cleverly etched to replicate the aesthetics of aluminium with a rough cast finish.
It is the glazing systems that define the two contemporary collections though – Inox and Urban.
The Inox door uses finely grained 316 grade stainless steel glazing frames which, as well as adding a distinctive European flair, are guaranteed to keep their high shine and stunning looks for years to come.
The Urban door, meanwhile, is glazed using a brand new contemporary chamfered cassette system with a colour-matched finish to the door and the same rough cast aluminium feel.
Both doors can be combined with a selection of beautiful, modern decorative glass options which complement the door style.
Haydon Statham, Vista’s National Sales Manager, said: “We are really excited about our new Collections, as these stunning, modern, contemporary doors will provide our existing customers with a great product to add to their regular range. I’ve seen nothing like this before and the composite door market has been crying out for some innovation.
“Combined with our stainless-steel hardware, including long bar pull handles, and striking glass designs, the Inox and Urban doors look absolutely fantastic.
“The moment our new Contemporary Collection brochure drops on customers desks we are expecting demand for them to go through the roof as they are perfect for the modern homeowner looking for something different.”
While the stylish doors look the part, they will, of course, feature all the benefits of Vista’s in-demand XtremeDoor, including the highest level of security and thermal efficiency on the market today.
For more information on the new Contemporary Collection, call 01516081423 today.