Avocet’s Affinity hardware available on three day composite doors

  • 23 Oct 2014

The full suite includes hinges, locks, handles, letterplates, knockers and numbers

Affinity is available in the colours chrome, gold and matt black and features a 3D adjustable butt-hinge that is slim and can be adjusted in three dimensions including vertical, horizontal and compression for quick and easy installation.

The ABS snap secure lock with anti-bump, anti-snap cylinder is also available, carrying a TS007 3 STAR rating as well as SS 312 Sold Secure Diamond and Secured by Design accreditation.

A total of four furniture ranges and five locks are available to customers from Door-Stop, with each component coming with a ten year guarantee and three day guarantee on delivery.

Door-Stop doors are covered with a GRP skin with a painted timber effect, with ten different colours and finishes available including co-ordinating door edges, thresholds and door drips.

Over 98% of purchases are made via the online ordering system, with the 24/7 Sales Manager tool allowing trade and retail customers to view online quotes.

Established in 2008, Door-Stop manufactures over 2,500 composite doors a week to installers all over the UK, including Masonite International Corporation who make interior and exterior doors for domestic and commercial markets.

The ‘If it’s late, it’s free’ initiative from Door-Stop promises customers their money back on orders placed within 30 days if their door does not arrive on the promised date of delivery.

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