Increased door sales reported

Demand for XtremeDoor had boosted Vista sales figures, the company has announced.

The Merseyside firm sales were up 15% compared to last year, which has resulted in 150 composite doors being made a day.

“It’s great to see three-years on from its launch, XtremeDoor is continuing to soar,” Keith Sadler, managing director of Vista, said. “I firmly believe XtremeDoor’s recent success is down to our expanded range and our brand-new brochure.

“We added six new door styles at the turn of the year which really freshened up the range and gave our customers everything they were looking for. The latest brochure also has a larger selection of hardware and locking options as well additional colour options. These have all gone down really well with our existing customers and helped us to bring in new clients, who were looking for something different.”

Recent legislation also meant the XtremeDoor had to toughen up even more, Document Q testing lead Vista to double the thickness of the GRP skin to 4mm to conform with the cut-through test. This gives composite doors three minutes to survive an attack using a Stanley knife and two chisels (a 6mm and a 25mm). If in three minutes or less, the tester can cut a 50mm hole which is large enough to get an arm in and open it, the door fails.

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