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Phoenix Door Panels charts its composite doors

Phoenix Door Panels - CompDoor Wall Chart Feb 13

Phoenix Door Panels’ handy wall chart features all the designs, glass options and wide range of colours and woodgrain finishes for its expanded range of composite doors, making ordering an even simpler process for installers.

Ideal for showrooms, trade counters and offices, the eye-catching poster-sized document displays exactly the same comprehensive content as the company’s County Collection brochure, but on a larger scale.

Every door variant, colour and glazing option can be picked out at a glance, making the selection process for window and door companies a more straightforward task. Also listed are all the main measurements on not just the single doors, but also the Stable Doors, Twin Doors and the Door and a Half.

“We’re expecting a lot of demand for our wall chart, so customers need to get in quick. Plus, we’re continually updating our wall charts as we further expand our composite door ranges,” comments Haydon Statham, National Sales Manager.

“With all the door styles and complementary glass designs in one clear format for our composite doors, customers can make their choice based on seeing everything we offer in one place.”

He adds: “And if that’s not enough, we can of course produce completely bespoke designs to a customer’s individual requirements. That’s what we specialise in, so just give us a call.”

Contact Phoenix Door Panels on 01487 740469, email info@phoenixdoorpanels.co.uk or visit the website at www.phoenixdoorpanels.co.uk.

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