Centurion opens the door to Builders' Merchants with new URFIC range

Published:  15 September, 2016

Centurion Europe has launched a range of quality door handles under the URFIC brand, ideal for the builders’ merchants market.

Manufactured in Portugal using cutting edge technology, the URFIC range includes a choice of traditional, contemporary and commercial designs, all benefitting from sea salt testing, spring cycle testing and a 25 year guarantee.

The comprehensive range comprises lever latches, lever locks, bathroom sets, lever rose handles and escutcheons in a variety of styles and finishes. With much of the range fire rated to FD30 or FD60 the URFIC range is ideal for new door installations, or DIY upgrades and represents a great opportunity for builders’ merchants to offer a high quality, well-respected range to their customers.

Peter Stone, Sales and Marketing Director, said, ‘We are very excited to be able to offer the new URFIC branded range of door handles to builders’ merchants. With over 50 year’s expertise in manufacturing top of the range door furniture, the URFIC brand represents longevity and quality, and further strengthens the merchants’ offering.’

For more information on the new URFIC range from Centurion, please visit the website at www.centurioneurope.co.uk or call 01302 788700.

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