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New Solidor #StyleMakeover videos


Solidor’s new #StyleMakeover videos with TV presenter Georgina Burnett

A new series of consumer ‘makeover’ videos from Solidor is designed to help installers sell by showing homeowners just what a difference a new door can make. The leading composite door manufacturer has commissioned a series of professional videos of makeovers on real homes, hosted by property developer/vlogger and TV presenter Georgina Burnett.

The first video is now available to view on the SolidorLtd Youtube channel: http://youtu.be/ v2kXV-rV6YQ. Georgina interviews homeowner Elaine, who wants a replacement for her old 28mm PVC-U white panel door. On closer inspection the door proves to have a number of problems, including a tatty handle with pitting problems, seals coming away from the corners and a ‘knackered’ lock strip. Moreover, the cylinder takes just 5 seconds to snap with mole grips!

The homeowner chooses a new Offset French door from Solidor’s Italia range as it needs to open out fully to allow access for her daughter, who uses a wheelchair, and goes out for the day while the installation team work. On her return, she’s delighted with her front door: the Brescia in Chartwell Green with chrome fittings and Matrix glass. Meanwhile, the presenter highlights key features and benefits – for example, the Ultion 3* cylinder and £1,000 homeowner guarantee.

Gareth Bussson, Solidor Group’s Head of Sales and Marketing comments: “The series is designed to generate leads for Solidor installers and help them sell, so they can show homeowners real-life case studies. We – and Georgina – are tweeting about it already using the hashtag ‘Solidor #StyleMakeover’ and have had a fantastic response from customers.”


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Solidor

Solidor is the composite door market leader in design, quality and security. It makes the most beautiful and the most secure doors on the market thanks to eye-catching designs and a unique laminated-hardwood timber core.

A Solidor is designed to be different from other composite doors. That starts with how it’s made. Most use a skin of GRP to protect a soft foam-filled core. But a Solidor has a robust through-colour thermoplastic skin, and a thick, solid laminated hardwood timber core.

Ready for Approved Document Q and the new, more demanding PAS24 test, Solidor is leading the market in security. Tests have shown that its solid construction stays secure during the most violent attacks, where other composite doors crumble in seconds. A Solidor really is a solid door.


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