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SPECIALIST FRAME LAUNCHES BI-FOLD DOORS IN REHAU’S FOILED RANGE


Specialist Frame PVC-U, the Merseyside based bi-fold door manufacturer, has added REHAU’s woodgrain and foiled finishes to its range.


Trade customers can now order bi-fold doors from Specialist Frame in all of the popular and traditional REHAU woodgrains as well as in the more contemporary foils including grey, black, cream and various shades of green, blue and red.


The company says it is responding to demand from the retail sector where bi-fold doors continue to outperform the market


‘Trade customers can now order bi-fold doors from Specialist Frame in all of the popular and traditional REHAU woodgrains as well as in the more contemporary foils including grey, black, cream and various shades of green, blue and red.’


and where there is growing excitement about the design opportunities which foiled PVC-U presents.


Customers can order either inward or


outward opening doors in REHAU S706 profile with colour on both sides or with colour on the outside only.


As with all Specialist Frame’s products, the coloured doors are pre-assembled prior to despatch to ensure that they are reliably easy to fit and they are available with the company’s 101mm low threshold track and with an innovative sash stopper catch incorporated into the top guide of the doors which holds the doors fully open if required.


Further details and swatches of the colours are available on the Specialist Frame website at www.specialistframe.co.uk.


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