New Luxury Joinery Collection Available From Rembrand Timber

Rembrand Timber, Scotland's largest construction store, has launched a new luxury collection of internal and external doors called Advance-line by JELD-WEN.

Available exclusively in Scotland through Rembrand Timber, the new Advance-line collection features stunning American white oak veneer doors which are designed to add character and style to the home. 

Jeff Low, Director of Rembrand Timber, said: "We are delighted to be able to offer this truly inspiring Advance-line collection of doors and doorsets throughout our 16 stores.  Despite these still being touch times for consumers, we believe there is strong demand for this type of high quality, luxury oak joinery product, as people are recognising how it enhances and adds value to the home.  These doors are seen as high quality in the market, as they offer larger lippings than most oak doors, offering better trimming options.  Internal doors are also available with a 30 minute fire door option under the BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme."

Advance-line features three main product ranges: the country, classic and contemporary to suit the style of the home.  These exciting new designs include the Cube internal door, which boasts an attractive contemporary design, with three central squares to create a strikingly modern door that is available in glazed and panel options.  Another exclusive design is the Milton door, with its understated urban elegance, with a central upright panel with clear glazing to provide an attractive contrast.  These stunning internal doors also bring light into any room, thanks to the attractive glazing options available. 

Buyers will delight in the wide range of external oak doorsets within the range, which are also exclusive to Rembrand Timber.  This includes a comprehensive choice of contemporary and classic designs, ranging from the Lexington doorset, with its vertical design panel, which will complement any modern home to the ultra contemporary Pablo door - available as both a glazed and solid version.  For homes with a more classic design, there is the simple traditional elegance of the Croft Advance-line, with its leaded light window and the distinctive Cathedral Arched design of the Gothic door, with its triple lead bevelled light window. 

All of these styles create a striking appearance to the front of the home.  This stunning collection also complements other existing oak products from Rembrand by JELD-WEN, which are featured in the new brochure.  This includes the Oakfold and Canberra patio doors, the Oak Stormsure casement window and a range of classic and contemporary oak staircase designs.

Chris Miller, Product Manager at JELD-WEN, said: "The new Advance-line available at Rembrand really does capture everything that is great about oak doors.  It also opens up huge opportunities for customers to create a truly co-ordinated look throughout the home, with internal, external, patio doors, windows and stairs, all contributing to the overall stunning effect created in the home." 

All Advance-line doors are available as doorsets, including a co-ordinating oak frame,

3 point multi-point locking system, a choice of satin gold or satin silver effect hardware and an anti-bump cylinder, which provides greater convenience when fitting, as well as added security and style.

Another added option available on all the Advance-line range is a factory finishing service, where the door will undergo a two coat finish under factory conditions, which will accentuate the natural oak graining.  This means that once they have been received they are ready to hang, which takes the hassle out of finishing the doors.

Rembrand Timber will host extensive displays of the Advance-line range by JELD-WEN in its 16 showrooms across Scotland, to enable customers to gain a true appreciation of how these doors will look in the home. 

For more information on the new Advance-line range at Rembrand, or to order a copy of the new brochure, contact 01382 323200. The range will also be available to view and buy online through the website www.rembrandtimber.com.