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.
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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