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CHARTWELL GREEN-LINE FOR KOMMERLING


Kömmerling have further extended their foiled offering to include Chartwell Green from stock. This takes their woodgrain and coloured options to over 40 different finishes, on profiles that are extruded with their exclusive lead-free Greenline compound.


Chartwell Green will be available from stock, along with the other special options on their highly energy efficient 5 chambered C70 and O70 Gold systems.


Rosewood, Golden Oak, Cream, Grey, Black and Irish Oak are all


now available from stock. The special colour options within the newly printed Kömmerling and KBE Colour Programme brochure provide added choice for the homeowner or specifier and are offered in both grained and smooth finishes.


Kevin Warner from Kömmerling and KBE comments: “We continue to harness our group resources to add new products and that includes expanding our colour range. Consumers want energy efficiency, security, green materials and choice in their windows and doors and that’s exactly what we are giving them.”


For further information or a free copy of the Kömmerling and KBE Colour Programme, contact the sales office on 01543 444900 or log on to www.kommerling.co.uk. You can also keep up to date through their Twitter account @kommerling_uk.


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QUACKY BLUE ADDITION


Solidor have further expanded their colour options for composite doors to 14, with the quacky additional of Duck Egg blue to their product range.


With many of the GRP composite door manufacturers limited in colours and not able to offer matching laminated finishes to their respective door frames, Solidor has proven to be the favoured choice. Based on a solid foam free timber slab, the Solidor composite door is foiled with a wide range of both internal and external woodgrains and colours including Irish Oak, Chartwell Green and the new Duck Egg blue.


As the demand for greater choice in home improvement products is


driven by the consumer, Solidor can also boast the fact that there are no limitations on the combination of styles or glass types within their product range and this includes the luxurious Italia collection. There are also a number of hardware options including keyless entry systems and anti pick, snap and bumping cylinders.


Gareth Mobley, managing director of Solidor comments: “The


introduction of Duck Egg blue followed a comment on Twitter and we thought why not! It’s not a formal means of feedback into our product development programme, but it’s one that was relevant and had value. We’re continuing in the development of everything we do at Solidor and more than anything that means putting the customer first.”


For further information, log on to www.solidor.co.uk or phone the sales office on 01782 311191 for a free information pack. You can also follow them on Twitter @SolidorLtd and maybe suggest other new colours!


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