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Dempsey Dyer has unveiled a brand-new website to coincide with its fortieth anniversary.
masterdor 01773 852311 When is a fire door not a fire
The cutting-edge site, designed by industry marketing specialists Purplex, showcases the vast range of quality timber and uPVC windows, doors and conservatories the Pontefract firm has to offer.
rewards with high search rankings, the new site is a fantastic introduction to the company and the extensive range of products it provides.
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Structured around the three core areas of their business, the site features one section promoting its services to trade customers, one section focusing on its respected and increasingly in-demand commercial installations service, and one section dedicated to its consumer-facing Inspire brand.
“We’re absolutely delighted with the new site,” commented company MD Peter Dyer. “It’s the perfect way to celebrate our fortieth anniversary.
Fully optimised for display on mobile devices, and packed with the kind of clear, engaging content that Google
“Going forward, our focus will be the same as its always been – on producing the highest quality products, offering customers the widest choice we possibly can, and doing our utmost to help installers win more business and grow.”
Short lead times
Mill finish aluminium barrier from £97.50 each
Special finishes
Copper, Bronze, Stainless, Nylon, Timber and many others
Stainless steel ‘D’ handles from £32.00 a pair
In house bespoke designs facilities & fabrication
Discounts for quantities
Guaranteed quality products
south west vision - september 2017
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It’s a serious question that many should be asking when choosing the right fire doors, say the experts from Masterdor, the GRP and engineered timber door specialists owned by Synseal Group.
“A fire door is only a fire door if it is installed correctly, with fully tested, fire-rated hardware and frames which meet British Standards,” says Group Sales and Marketing Director, Andy Jones.
“We have seen an increase in enquiries about fire door specification following the tragic Grenfell Tower fire. We get a lot of questions about how to combine the right door with appropriate hardware and frames. Our experts are always more than happy to answer these kinds of questions.
“Customers can be unsure whether they should be selling a FD30 or FD60 door. That’s why we offer a complete range of GRP and solid, engineered timber products.”
The Benchmark fire door range includes six FD30s 44mm GRP fire doors. The Craftsman range includes traditional and contemporary engineered timber styles, available in 44mm thickness for a FD30/FD30s fire door or 54mm thickness for a FD60/FD60s fire door. All doors meet BS 476: part 22 standards and are available with fire-rated hardware which meets Secured by Design requirements, and a Sheerframe 8000 PVC-U frame with steel reinforcement which meets BS EN 1643 criteria for FD30s smoke testing.


































































































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