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Growing glass
2nd October 2018

DISTINCTION DOORS is attributing a near 50% upturn in sales of glass to demand for its in-house glass designs and a new package of consumer literature.

National Sales Manager Andrew Grogan says demand has already passed 45% year on year. “We saw sales beginning to climb as soon as we unveiled our own glass design creations two years ago,” he said, “But then they really went up a gear when we launched our consumer brochure options.

“The standard glass ranges bought-in by most door companies were growing stale and we could see consumers wanted something more. That’s why we brought the whole process in house to create a range of styles that were unique to Distinction Doors.

“It’s also very significant that more and more installers of other door brands are beginning to choose our glass as well.”

He continued: “The new consumer literature range gave our retail installers a clear edge over their competitors and the level of uptake shows how much they obviously appreciate it.”

The range is available in 12 decorative families, with 12 contemporary options – two purpose designed for each door in the brochure. The door leaf and glazing system are major components when part of a door set and have a proven ability to achieve PAS24:2016, a prerequisite in attaining certification to Secured by Design.


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