One of the highlights of the Distinction Glass range, launched by Distinction Doors in October this year, is the contemporary glass designs that have been specially designed to suit contemporary door styles. Chantel Roach, Distinction’s Marketing Director, comments: “Until now, glazing options that complemented contemporary door styles have been limited. We’ve changed all that with the introduction of our contemporary glass range which is really setting the bar in glass design.”

The Distinction Glass contemporary glass range comprises 12 unique designs: Breeze, Glacier, Bloom, Odessa, Canvas, Radiant, Cubic, Echo, Eclipse, Tidal, Matrix and Nevis. Each design has the sleek, striking, modern looks that are needed to truly enhance a contemporary door style. Chantel says: “We know from our customers that homeowners are more discerning than ever. We are confident our contemporary glass range will have something for even the most design-conscious consumer.”

The contemporary glass designs are part of the Distinction Glass range. The range, which has been branded to place the spotlight on Distinction Doors’ market leading offering, has 12 glass design families. All glazing units are triple glazed, making them easy to maintain as well as improving thermal efficiency. Additionally, all feature 6.8mm laminated glass as standard, allowing fabricators and installers to upsell to the Secured by Design option on Distinction’s doors without needing to place an order for special glass on an extended lead time.

Chantel concludes: “We know from our customers that door glass is just as an important decision for homeowners as the door design and colour. The Distinction Glass range features bestsellers from our previous range as well as the classics of the future. And in the contemporary glass range, we’ve created something genuinely new that fabricators and installers can use as a point of difference.”So if you want to stand out from the crowd when it comes to contemporary composite doors, give the number one composite door company a call.