Increase in sales for Door-Stop

  • 16 Feb 2015

Door-Stop’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Partick Dean, is anticipating the company’s number of sales to continue increasing

In 2014, the company’s number of sales was 18% higher than it was in 2013.

The growth in sales is believed to have come from new businesses buying and selling composite doors.

Existing installer customers are also continuing to purchase the doors.

The demand for composite doors, which can demonstrate energy efficiency and security, has increased at the expense of PVC-U panels.

The company believes this increase in demand has also driven its sales.

Additionally, Door-Stop has launched a range of new products and sales tools since it was bought by Masonite International Corporation in February 2015.

The new products also contributed to the amount of sales the company made last year.

With many old panel doors to replace in the market and new products scheduled for release, Door-Stop has forecast a further growth of 21% for 2015.

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