Opening the door to the 1930s

Astraseal is aiming to open new doors for its customers with the launch of Tilbrook, the firm’s new composite door.

Designed to complement Britain’s 1930s housing stock, Tilbrook allows homeowners to have the traditional aesthetics of timber without compromising on modern-day performance. While the door is compression moulded to create a high-definition panel design with the character of timber, the slab is manufactured from durable thermoset GRP.

Furthermore, the stiles and rails of the Tilbrook door are manufactured using water-resistant polymer, which is bonded to the GRP skin and then filled with an insulating core of 100% CFC-free polyurethane. Available pre-hung in a Rehau fully enforced GRP frame, Tilbrook can be finished in any RAL colour, in a wide range of designs and with a full range of high-spec furniture and glazing options.

Colin Stanley, operations director at Astraseal, said: “As composite doors have sky-rocketed, we’ve been there at the forefront providing our customers with first-class solutions that meet the demands of the market. Tilbrook is the next stage in that commitment. The door is available with varying thresholds and locking options to suit all requirements and applications.

“Not to reveal too much, but we are even looking at the possibility of introducing a number of contemporary panel designs for Tilbrook in the future, extending the possibilities even further for our valued trade partners across the country.”

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