Shepley Door Hardware just got ‘Sweet’-er

Leading trade fabricator, Shepley Windows has announced its latest update to the Visage Composite Door Range, with the addition of the Ultion Sweet hardware collection.

The Sweet collection includes letterplates, handles, numbers, knockers and cylinder pulls in a smooth rounded design which perfectly complements any composite door style.

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Available in 7 distinct colours, including Satin Nickel and Rose Gold, Shepley’s installer customers now have an even greater level of choice for their projects.

The addition of these new hardware options is the latest of several updates that Shepley has made to its composite door range this year.

Ian Griffiths, Managing Director at Shepley Windows, says: “We are very excited to introduce the Ultion Sweet Hardware into the Visage Composite Door range.

“We’re always looking at ways in which we can improve our product offering in order to give our customers the best chance of success, and the addition of the Sweet range is a great example of this.

“It’s a fantastic alternative hardware selection for our installers to add to their offering and is the latest of many updates we have made to enhance our composite door range this year.

“The Visage Composite Door Collection now features over 60 door styles, 38 colours and two hardware ranges to give our customers an unprecedented level of choice to offer homeowners.”

Alex Dutton, Sales Director at Brisant Secure, says: “We’re immensely proud to join forces with Shepley as they introduce the Ultion Sweet Collection into their composite door range.

“The fact that Ultion Sweet helps installers sell more doors and shields them from those headaches of service calls is a big win.

“Seeing Shepley choose Sweet for their composite doors is confirmation of the quality, endurance, and style our collection brings to homes.”

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