Derbyshire door specialists JB Kind is set to launch its new Door Collection for 2019/20, plus the Trade Essentials brochure and copies of both will be on their way to builders’ merchants in the post soon.
The company’s flagship Door Collection 2019/20 remains a rich resource giving merchants everything they need to know about JB Kind’s doors, the new Colour Options Paint Service, External Extreme Doorsets and the White Classic door family. This year’s brochure has been produced in a new iPad size format for customers’ convenience, with an index also included so merchants can quickly look up the designs that they’ve come to know and trust.
The firm’s new Trade Essentials brochure is almost doubling in size, as it contains all the vital information its merchant partners have come to rely on. All of the distributor’s popular commodity products are still there, plus many more doors from their main collection. Handy services include FD30 glazing; available on any of JB Kind’s Warringtonfire Certifire certificated flush door designs. This in-house service allows these designs to be adapted into an aperture fire door.
Sales Director, Simon Johnson, says: “We hope that our valued builders’ merchant partners will enjoy leafing through our new Trade Essentials and Door Collection brochures when they arrive in the mail.
“Here at JB Kind, we are constantly striving to make our door business the very best it can be, and we’ve worked hard to listen to our customers and try to provide what they need. Our new External Doorsets service should be a godsend to renovation and building projects, taking away a huge amount of the hassle of fitting the perfect front door thanks to its already provided frame and fittings. Our Colour Paint service, too, should appeal to our customers who appreciate a splash of colour in their life!
“As for our new White Classic collection, we are very pleased with the sheer style and elegance of our new range of doors. Competitively priced compared to other alternatives, we are sure many of our customers will be thrilled to get a little bit of stately home elegance in their homes at a fraction of a cost!”
The new White Classic range takes inspiration from the very best in Regency style with four fresh designs: Osborne, Belton, Catton and Hardwick. These designs feature a classic panelled look with attractive flush mouldings that enhance each door, so whichever style the customer goes for will blend perfectly with both traditional and contemporary interiors.
The White Classic family doors are white primed ready for a paint finish, but for those who like to mix a splash of colour they are suitable for the Colour Options Paint Service, also new for 2019.
According to the company, many customers want a colourful door without having to paint it themselves or forking out for the cost of hiring someone to do it. The Business has responded to that by introducing its new Colour Options Paint Service. All traders and merchants are asked to do is state which RAL colour their client wants, and it will be arranged for the door to be professionally spray painted in the preferred colour before delivery. Many of the internal white primed doors are suitable for pre-painting along with their External Extreme doors. A handy colour wheel symbol within the brochures lets customers know which doors are suitable for painting.
Finally, fitting front doors is now easier thanks to the new Doorset service now offered with its External Extreme doors. From July this year, these front doors can be bought pre-hung as a doorset, complete with a solid white Accoya wood frame, for even more added convenience. This is a significant time-saving on conventional front door purchases, which don’t generally come with fixtures and fittings such as the frame, lock and hinges. The doors, made with a top layer of Medite Tricoya Extreme still come with a 10-year guarantee, and the door leaves can also be pre-painted the RAL colour of the customer’s choice, thanks to the new Colour Options Paint Service outlined above. These doorsets are also easy to over-paint, once in place.