Manchester-based fabricator Force 8 has never been one to stand still in terms of product development and the trailblazing company has announced the introduction of its first ever two-tone composite door – the Zermatt Decadence.

The company believes that the door, which boasts a 4mm slab, is the only one on the market with the striking two-tone colour effect – a feature usually found on aluminium doors which are unattainable for many homeowners due to the high cost.

Dennis Sumner, Managing Director at Force 8, said: “The popularity of the sleek look of aluminium products continues to grow and has spilled over into the doors market. Many customers approach us looking for an aluminium front door but find that the cost is restrictive. Our new Zermatt Decadence door offers the sleek look of an aluminium door thanks to its smooth finish, but with all the thermal benefits of a composite. We have also found over the years that homeowners love to personalise their front door as it is such a statement and sets the tone for their home, so the two-tone colour accent is proving to be hugely popular.”

As the trend for anthracite grey shows no signs of waning, the company has chosen this as the main colour for the Zermatt Decadence door and homeowners can then choose the secondary colour from Force 8’s huge palette. A stunning range of stainless steel hardware completes the high-end look.

The two-tone colour is not the only unique feature of the door though as Dennis said: “The Zermatt The two-tone colour is not the only unique feature of the door though as Dennis said: “The Zermatt To purchase a similar style of door in aluminium would cost up to four times as much so this, combined with its unique features means that it’s perfect for style-conscious homeowners and set to be one of our best sellers.”