Halo customer, Aztec Windows (Coventry), has launched new mechanically jointed residential and French doors as part of its growing Prestige Collection.
Aztec’s Prestige Collection has gained recognition throughout the industry for being a great timber alternative, and the new doors will be following the success of Tinidor, Aztec’s new small composite door.
Director Michael Hagan explains: “We are very excited to launch our new mechanically jointed residential and French doors which are manufactured from Halo Rustique profile. They have been developed after many requests for doors to complement our Halo FlushSash windows. The pandemic caused a slight delay, but we are now ready to give our customers new products that set us, and them, head and shoulders above the competition.”
According to Veka, the doors offer ‘superior performance’ over a standard composite door and after being tested at Veka’s laboratory, passed a 10-year cycle test with zero movement and zero adjustment. They are said to offer ‘better sightlines’ with a greater glass area and can be easily customised. They can be made in any of the Veka Variations ex-stock or made-to-order colours, including Veka’s exclusive ultra-matt finish Spectral.
Michael added: “We have already made some stunning doors, with interesting glass designs and finishes, including an Irish oak interior and Spectral anthracite grey exterior. We also can produce matching panels. We are about to launch a new Prestige Collection website with a range of stock options, as well as inspirational photography.”
Aztec has also launched two other websites this year for Tinidoor and its composite door ranges.
Dawn Stockell, marketing director at Veka, said: “It’s no surprise that Aztec has grown from strength to strength over the last 33 years. Even in a pandemic it has continued to invest in innovative products and listen to the needs of its customers. Veka wishes Aztec every success with the new range!”