Endurance Doors will soon be launching the ultra-premium Avantal composite door, which boasts all the features and appearance of a powder coated aluminium door yet based on the proven solid timber core chassis from their market-leading bespoke door offering.
This is clearly a door that’s aimed at the contemporary and urban market thanks to the introduction of the ultra-matt black, anthracite grey and signal grey finishes, along with the woodgrain inspirations of anteak and rustic cherry. The edgebanding also benefits from a textured finish, with all options enjoying an ultra-matt, premium white internal finish, while the door frames have been laminated in house within the Rocal Group for a perfect match.
All Avantal doors will also feature a new flush mounted and matching glazing cassette system, while the unique Moisture Barrier System from Endurance Doors will also be prevalent, as will the 3-step wet glazing process to the glazing apertures that has proven so successful in recent years. The objective from the outset has been to create a next generation composite door, that looks, feels and performs as one for the long-term and that includes finishing hardware with a lifetime guarantee and a 3 Star Sold Secure Diamond cylinder.
At the point of launch there will be five initial door designs both glazed and unglazed with the promise to expand this in due course, along with the introduction of aluminium inlays and other new features. The launch of the Avantal door range is part of a longer-term product strategy for Endurance, supporting their nationwide network of Installer Partners with more sales opportunities at the higer end of the market.
Stephen Nadin, Managing Director of Endurance Doors enthused: ‘The Avantal product is a next generation platform for composite doors, using the latest door skin technologies, along with several other technical product advancements. It’s got all the looks and feel of aluminium inside and out, with a far more accessible price point and importantly with a perfectly matching outer frame.’