Vista introduces the County Collection, a timeless tribute to British architectural heritage

Vista Panels has launched a new range of composite doors under its flagship XtremeDoor brand.

The new County Collection is a completely bespoke offering, thanks to Vista working closely with its glazing supplier to design a heritage range of door cassettes for a truly authentic heritage feel.

The range comprises of six new door styles, three of which showcase an external Georgian bar look that’s unique to XtremeDoor. The Norfolk, Suffolk and Cheshire styles all offer a timeless aesthetic, suitable for those looking for a more traditional look to their homes.

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Vista has also re-worked three classic and popular doors from the XtremeDoor range by using the glazing cassettes on the cottage style slabs with the Cumbria, Lincoln and Stafford doors.

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The doors will feature all of XtremeDoor’s high specification features and benefits with their 5-hook lock, triple-seal outer frame, fully adjustable hinges, 3 star security package and a brand new £3,000 money back guarantee in partnership with Ingenious Locks and Hardware.

Ian Smith, Vista’s Sales and Marketing Manager, comments: “There are a lot of modern and contemporary doors on the market now, including our own XtremeDoor range, but we wanted to push the boundaries, go in the opposite direction and come up with something that reflected more closely the housing stock of the UK.

“The retail and domestic market to a point follow what house builders do, and they continue to build traditional looking houses with traditional looking doors, so we know there is a demand out there.

“With the launch of the new County Collection, we’re encapsulating the rich heritage and timeless elegance of traditional British architecture. At Vista, we always strive to meet the demand of an ever-changing market, and this collection is a testament to our dedication to creating doors that stand the test of time.”