Door-Stop launches new consumer website for bespoke doors

Designing bespoke doors with new consumer website

  • 9 Mar 2016

Door-Stop has launched its new consumer website, which allows users to preview the design of bespoke door products and complete a straightforward order.

The website has been designed to simplify the process of producing, ordering and having a bespoke door fitted.

Featuring a gallery of images for inspiration, it allows homeowners to choose from 13 door colours, over one hundred window and door designs and a range of complementary door accessories.

Every door ordered via the website will be branded with the ‘Genuine Door-Stop’ symbol, providing certification that each door is energy efficient and police-approved, with enhanced safety and security features.

Designing and ordering bespoke doors

The website makes use of innovative design software, allowing users to visualise their bespoke door products before they commit to ordering; a home visualisation option is also available.

Once the door has been designed, the website directs its user to a list of local installers who can fulfil the request. The orders are completed via Door-Stop’s ‘Sales Manager Two’ software package, which allows sales personnel to benefit from leads, adding to the value of the new website.

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