Posted: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
The Safedoors Door Selector feature that appears on the company’s website has become an instant success with its trade customers, with more than 80% of all orders now received through the system, such is its ease of use. Designed to take trade customers through the enormous number of options available from Safedoors but in a way that simplifies the process whilst allowing control and in a relaxed environment, it has been an instant success.
Simplicity is the key: a simple log on also offers the option of showing prices or not, thus extending the use of Door Selector as a tool to allow homeowner customers to style their door, even with the facility to model their choices against an image of their home scanned in during the process. Choose side lights, door panel, external and internal colours, glass options, hardware – all possible options with the price shown instantly if required at the end of the process. Print or send the quotation and if the customer likes what you show them, send the order to the factory.
Every option in both the insulated core, GRP skinned Diamond and solid timber core, thermoplastic skinned Platinum ranges is included.
Safedoors Marketing Manager Alan Calverley commented: “As one of the leading composite door brands a great website and a price engine are absolutely necessary of course. But what is so impressive is how quickly our customers have taken to the Safedoors Door Selector with the result that the majority of our orders are now received this way.”
Find out more
To find out more about how we make the Safedoors range of composite doors and the modern equipment we use, take a look on our website www.safedoors.co.uk or call 01684 595200.
Safedoors is a trading name of Specialist Building Products Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Epwin Group Plc. Specialist Building Products Limited is registered in England & Wales, Company Registration number: 1268689, Registered Office: 1B Stratford Court, Cranmore Boulevard, Solihull, B90 4QT, VAT Registration No. 864 4507 10 Modern Slavery Act Statement