Picture above: The person in the image is Peter Keeley – General Manager at ISG
Commercial fabricator and installer Industrial Services Group is one of the many businesses to start manufacturing Distinction Doors’ nxt-gen composite door. And ISG’s General Manager Peter Keeley is impressed so far: “We’re impressed by the quality and aesthetics of nxt-gen. Plus because the fabrication programme is shorter, it is quicker to fabricate.”
Peter’s comments highlight the two clear benefits of Distinction’s nxt-gen range.
The aesthetics take composite doors to the next level thanks to features such as the unique glazing system that sits flush within its frame and has an internal glass retention bead to create a sleek, balanced finish. At the same time, the beautiful oak woodgrain skin that is retained from Distinction’s Signature door marks it out as a Distinction door.
The range also offers benefits to fabricators and installers because simple developments reduce waste, increase tooling yield and contribute to a reduced machining time of an average of two minutes per door.
ISG has been a customer of Distinction Doors for over ten years and manufactures between 40 and 70 composite doors per week for commercial clients up and down the country. Peter comments: “Composite doors are specified in most of the tenders we receive and we’re proud to be able to supply the market leading product.”
High quality market-leading products are a core part of ISG’s compelling offering. The company surveys, manufactures and installs PVC-U windows, doors, composite doors and curtain walling. It offers transparent pricing, a proactive approach and a commitment to customer satisfaction that means it has never lost a client due to poor performance.
But perhaps the most noteworthy part of ISG’s offering is the fact it is a social enterprise set up to give unemployed disabled people a chance to train, develop and go on to achieve sustained employment in the wider world of work. Wholly owned by Bradford Council today, its roots – and its ethos – stretch back to the 1920s when it was set up by the Bradford Royal Institute for the Blind to support incapacitated service people returning from World War I into employment.
Industrial Services Group is known for being a high quality company supplying high quality products. And by becoming one of the first wave of fabricators to start working with Distinction Doors’ nxt-gen range, it’s just cemented that reputation.