October 13 2008
Doorsets consist of a fully-furnished, precision manufactured doors with locks, keyholes, handles, kick plates and glazed panels already hung on its frame. This replaces traditional assembly where constituent parts of a door are sourced individually.
Cost is a primary consideration of use with doorsets being more expensive than traditional procurement. Benefits lie in the greater efficiencies and savings created by pre-fabrication and the easing of time constraints on design professionals. In addition the use of doorsets instead of traditional assembly can save up to 50% of initial capital costs.
McTavish Ramsay involve architects and design specialists at an early stage in the proceedings, keeping them fully informed throughout the manufacturing process.
The company manufactures 2000 doors a week, all of varying sizes and finish options.
Illustration depicts Ken Shepherd, Group Managing director of McTavish Ramsay.
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