Apeer has added two new styles to its Modo door range.
Up until now, a distinguishing feature of the Modo has been its stainless steel glazing trim. However, Apeer is now able to offer Modo with an all glass trim, an update that incorporates the same glazing method that’s been used on the company’s Lumi composite doors.
The entire Modo range is also available with a choice of chamfered or sculptured frames.
Linda Tomb, marketing manager for Apeer, said: “Our doors have a well-earned reputation for superb quality, with none of the peeling or bowing issues that can often been found with inferior products on the market, and with an endless choice of glass and colour combinations made possible from our state-of-the-art in-house facilities, there’s a good reason why they’ve proved so popular with consumers.
“These latest updates, which take inspiration from designs featured on our Lumi and Silka ‘smooth skin’ ranges, mean that there’s even more choice for consumers and ultimately, more sales opportunities for our installer customers.”
The new Modo styles are based on the existing 70mm thick rebate doors, and feature Apeer’s traditional grained skin and grained Renolit frames. They are available with traditional or contemporary bar handles, as well as a bar handle out with a Karcher lever handle inside.
With 13 colours available as standard, Apeer is also able to colour match a complete entrance system, inside and out, as well as offer a bespoke colour service with any RAL or BS colour reference. A full breakdown of options is also available on Apeer’s online Door Builder service.