Following the commercial success of its contemporary product offering, Door-Stop has added a new door style and more modern hardware suites to its portfolio in response to customer demand.
Door-Stop’s initial range of contemporary door suites was launched last year; the products were met with positive feedback.
This year, the company decided to extend the range to provide its customers with more design configurations and customisable options, enabling them to create bespoke, statement front doors.
One of the new suites has been designed without a handle, for the benefit of those who prefer a minimalist look. It is balanced by a stainless steel letterbox, a pull escutcheon and an Ingot knocker.
Meanwhile, the company’s square suite has been developed to include a geometric square bar handle. Its classic door handle can now be specified in a higher position to enhance visibility.
The new products are branded with Door-Stop’s mark of quality: they are police-certified, energy efficient and proven to resist against adverse weather conditions. They are also assigned a unique serial number, which can be registered on the company’s website.
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