Unity Doors has been serving the door industry for over 20 years.
As a premium manufacturer and supplier of composite doors and composite solid core fire doors, they are proud to boast an extensive customer base. They sell composite doors to trade, business and housing association clients throughout the UK.
They have an extensive portfolio that includes classic, country, contemporary and third party certified fire doors and Secured By Design composite doors.
Investment in Bluesky Dual Certification also reinforces their commitment to delivering the best standards and quality composite doors.
Unity Doors are also members of Made In Britain and a full list of accreditations and certification can be found on their website:
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Current certification schemes:
Enhanced Security (PAS24)
Fire Resistant Doorsets
Firesafe FD30S Inward or Outward Opening Single Leaf Timber-GRP Composite Combined Security - Fire Door Set with or without fanlight and with or without half-moon glazing
Firesafe E30 Inward or Outward Opening Single Leaf Timber-GRP Composite Combined Security - Fire Door Set with or without fanlight and with or without half-moon glazing
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