With timber doorsets increasingly popular in residential settings, XL Joinery has launched an expanded range of solutions.
XL Joinery, a leading supplier of doors and associated joinery products, has recently launched its expanded range of in-house manufactured doorsets in order to meet customer demand after significant investment in its state of the art premises.
Timber doorsets are no longer just being used in commercial projects and are becoming increasingly popular in residential settings. The new range boasts quality controlled and engineered doors and frames all of which arrive accurately sized and morticed for hardware, which helps saves time on delivery and installation.
Mike Morris, Commercial Manager from XL Joinery, explains the benefits of doorsets:
Time is of the essence
Whether you are working on a new build or refurbishing an existing property, reducing time on the project is always a positive for everybody involved, starting from the supplier providing the product, right down to the customer’s end experience. Opting for a manufacturer that offers one source of supply for a compatible door, frame, hardware, seals and glass means the length of time spent purchasing and installing the door should not be an issue.
Personal preference, whatever your style
It’s of no surprise that when it comes to interior design, there are many varying opinions regarding styles and aesthetics, which is why we designed our doorsets to ensure that they are available across all internal doors within our range.
So whether you are looking to make a statement with a bold, painted or stained door using Colours by XL, or keep it classic with our Suffolk Statement, you can be sure to find a doorset for whatever project you are working on.
Doorsets also offer a range of safer options, meaning that there is less risk of accidents to site installers. The frames, when supplied, are knocked down and have machined joints, enabling ease of fit and simple assembly, resulting in less risks during the installing process.
Installing doorsets also saves a substantial amount of money, making it a more cost-effective alternative. Sourcing separate, multiple materials, such as the door, lining, hardware and paint adds unnecessary costs, time and effort. However, a doorset provides all of these at one simple price point, taking out additional work and costs.
It’s not just style and practicality that doorsets benefit, but the wider environment too. Offering a greener option for a door solution, doorsets enable a chain of custody, allowing users to trace the history of the wood used on the product.