TP extends doors and ironmongery ranges

Published:  24 September, 2012

NORTHAMPTON: Travis Perkins has launched a new brochure detailing its extended range of doors and ironmongery. The brochure has been created with specifiers and end users in mind, providing clear and concise details to make finding the ideal product simple.

The detailed guide offers in-depth information on the entire internal and external door range with the addition of new hardwood, flush, softwood and moulded options. The brochure makes life even easier for the customer by advising on the ideal application and recommending equipment for installation of each door type. Each product is clearly marked to show which building regulations they meet in terms of mobility and access, sound control, thermal efficiency and fire safety.

Steve Wilson, product manager of doors, windows and garage doors at Travis Perkins, said: “The doors and ironmongery brochure has been designed to communicate the same level of advice that anyone can get from our professional and knowledgeable branch staff. Backed by our reliable delivery service from our central doors warehouse which stocks over 500 door styles and sizes, we’re confident this brochure will be invaluable to our customer base.

“The brochure covers an extensive range of internal and external doors and ironmongery from the industry’s leading manufacturers which mean Travis Perkins can meet all the requirements of any construction project.”

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