The C1165 is a high-quality edge pull for pocket doors. The pull is fitted into the edge of the door and used to extract the door from within the pocket. This allows you to close the door even when it is fully hidden inside the pocket and the flush pull handles on the doors surface cannot be reached.
Doorstuff offer this product in Satin Chrome, Polished Chrome, Satin Brass and Polished Brass.
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Sliding Doorstuff will continue being open to answer questions and give assistance on the phones all day on both Friday and Monday, while on Saturday we will be open 9-12. Dispatches will wait until Tuesday but if you need advice on a product, you can still call during this bank holiday weekend.
Spotted – this morning one of ‘our’ delivery drivers (ASPRAY 24) going the extra mile to deliver in the snow. This chap had parked on a layby at the main road and was setting off on foot up a snowy track into our village carrying his parcels.
What a star – proving they will get to you if at all possible!
Monday March 19th: We’re not able to dispatch today due to the snow, and we’re on a reduced skeleton crew due to limitations on local travel, so do bear with us, normal service will be resumed ASAP!
The Rustico 80G is a barn style sliding door suitable for loft apartments, cafes, rustic kitchens, art galleries, barn doors, timber houses and any other location where a traditional rustic look is paramount whilst still allowing the space saving advantages of a sliding door.
Telescopic pocket door kits allow two doors to be slid back into the single pocket. This allows for bigger clear openings when wall space is restricted enabling more accessibility. The iMpero pocket door kit with telescopic operation links the two doors to allow them to move in harmony to close a large opening while only requiring one pocket. This makes the iMpero pocket door kit perfect for use in a small environment that requires two doors to close a large gap.
The product is available in two doors to one side and four doors, two to each side, variants and the adjustable kits can take doors up to 1300mm wide each and up to 2700mm tall each. For more information on the iMpero Telescopic Pocket Door Kit, please contact us on 0207 099 2822 or email us at email@example.com.
Doorstuff is delighted to be donating the £100 cash prize for the Winner of ‘The Big Quiz’ being hosted by The Plymouth Litas (Lady Bikers Club) in aid of Alzheimer’s Research at The Chequered Flag Cafe in Liskeard on Saturday 4th August at 7pm. Litas founder Josie Sloan and biking blogger Donna Powell shot a video when they came round to collect the cheque so expect hilarious bloopers and outtakes once it is out of edit! You will be able to buy tickets through the Litas page @Litasplym once the fliers are circulating.
We were honoured to be visited at Doorstuff HQ by Oscar Torrabias, MD of Saheco and his colleagues all the way from Barcelona. They enjoyed having a tour of our operations here and, as ever, a friendly exchange of family and company news.
There’s some super new products in development, so watch this space for updates.
This Italian style designer sliding door kit is for frameless glass doors up to 240kgs each. The luxury satin stainless-steel track comes in various lengths and can be cut down to suit a range of measurements. Rubber covered double rollers give a smooth and quite action allowing it to be perfect in a stylish modern home. Additionally, all our Projeto kits come with the tracks pre-drilled and the wall brackets already fitted to allow for quick and easy installation.
For further information on the Projeto Xtra G frameless glass sliding door gear, please contact us on 02070 992 822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 marks 50 years of selling architectural ironmongery in Devon for Preston Butland, one of the founders of Doorstuff. Preston started his career in 1961 at James Gibbons in Wolverhampton as an estimator on 2nd January 1961. This totals an impressive 57 years in ironmongery all together for Preston. Inspired by his childhood holidays in Paignton, Preston moved to Devon in January 1968 to work for F J Reed in Totnes. Preston is now semi-retired, working two days a week on special projects.
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