Shedding new light on door design


Glazed interior doors can make a real difference to rooms and corridors, whether by providing clear visibility for safe access or to add a touch of designer flare to an otherwise plain door. Either way Vicaima can now offer rapid delivery of desirable and functional glazed options for housing, hotels, commercial and public buildings.  

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Choosing Vicaima factory glazed doors means more choice for house builders and developers trying to stand out from the crowd. With highly decorative glazing options that can enhance or mirror other room features. Innovative styling includes intricate multi-pane glazing, bold full width openings or even vertical strips. These openings are further embellished with glass variations such as bevelled effect, plain and even sand blasted glass patterns.

Where performance is crucial to the door design in locations such as social housing, hotels, commercial and public buildings, factory glazing makes perfect sense.  Vicaima ready glazed doors ensure fire certification is not compromised and is carried out under strictly controlled conditions.  Always look for the ‘red ended’ tamper evident label and plastic tree plug as evidence that the doors offer full compliance under the BWF-Certifire and TRADA Q-Mark accreditation schemes.  In situations where mobility and access considerations are required, Vicaima glazed doors can also comply with Part M of the Building Regulations.

Availability of factory glazed doors from some manufacturers can often prove difficult, however with Vicaima’s new Custom Fit service both decorative and commercial glazing can be carried out from a wide choice of options, making supply quick and cost effective.

Glazing is just one of a number of ways Vicaima are bringing creative ideas to interior styling.

For more details on the range available download the latest brochures  today by visiting www.vicaima.com or for further information call Vicaima on 01793 532333, or email info@vicaima.com

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