Sidey has introduced next Generation composite doors to its impressive range of entrance doors.
The new doors are now available to order from Scotland’s strongest fenestration specialists. Offering a unique flush fitted inner frame glazing for a more traditional timber door appearance, and removing the raised glazing
cassette, the door features enhanced security and are PAS 24:2016 compliant.
In addition, the doors offer excellent weatherproofing, high energy efficiency, and superb sound insulation. Sidey also prides itself on its durability, with a 10-year guarantee as well as a 25-year structural warranty.
A wide selection of colours and designs are available – 43 door colours including Honey beige, Azure blue and Sable.
“Sidey has an enviable track record supplying windows and doors to house builders and developers,”
says Steve Hardy, Managing Director at Sidey. “We are always looking for new products and Next Generation doors offer superb all-round performance, and that makes them the perfect package for any development.”
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