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‘Invisible’ doorsets blend into wall construction

  • 27 May 2015

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The frames are supplied in pre-cut lengths with mitred corners, ensuring the product is easy to store, move around on site and install.

Novista Riser doorsets blend into the wall construction.

The door frame can be installed within a block or dry-lined wall that is either skimmed or tape and jointed. Once installation is complete, the frame is completely invisible when the door is closed.

The Novista Riser comes as a single or double doorset, and is available with either a three-sided or four-sided frame, allowing skirting board to run uninterrupted along the wall.

Developed for both commercial and residential use, each door is FD30 or FD60 fire rated.

Aspex UK,
Unit E Blaby Industrial Park,
Winchester Avenue,
Blaby,
Leicester,
United Kingdom,
LE8 4GZ

Phone: 0116 278 3506
Fax: 0116 278 4069

Visit Aspex UK's website

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