Caledonia Doors has strengthened its top class PVC-U door and window offering, as it now includes REHAU’s AGILA sliding door, ensuring a greater range for its end user and trade customers.
Based in Glasgow, Caledonia Doors decision to stock this REHAU sliding door came after significant demand for large span doors; with the composite door from the AGILA range already being sold, the option to feature REHAU’s sliding door made perfect sense.
Featuring slim sightlines to enhance light entry into a room, the AGILA sliding door can be used as either a patio or entrance door. Double glazed for maximum energy efficiency, they come in a variety of foils due to REHAU’s substantial choice of traditional and contemporary laminates.
The fact the doors are made of PVC-U means they are low maintenance and their quality appearance has longevity.
To be able to fabricate the sliding doors, the team at Caledonia Doors were trained by REHAU engineers, which will give them the requisite knowledge and experience to offer customers the expertise needed to create a supreme quality product, which will open up more opportunities for them in the process.
Kevin Byrne, from Caledonia Doors, said: “We look forward to manufacturing, what we have assessed to be, a fantastic system with same passion and dedication we currently employ with our composite door range.
“With the continued support of REHAU we have been able to maximise the quality of all our products, which makes this transition to the AGILA Sliding Door the perfect move for our progressive company at this time.”
Hormoz Nouri, Sales Manager, from REHAU talked about how the work Caledonia Doors already do with REHAU and its AGILA Composite doors inspires confidence as the partnership continues.
“We are looking forward to seeing some of their first AGILA Sliding doors to come off the production line. They are a company dedicated to giving customers a high-end product and we are confident that the new addition to their portfolio will win them as much acclaim as their composite offer,” she said.
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