Door Supplier Launches Special Promotion
Manager Pauline Wheeler said: “Suffolk doors are among our top sellers, and we’ve found they are extremely popular with builders and developers, as well as home-owners. This is partly due to their attractive appearance, but also because the range is so extensive. You can get Suffolk doors in solid panelled form, clear or obscure glass, bi-fold, and even as fire doors – so it’s easy to keep a consistent look throughout the property.”
Wonkee Donkee XL Joinery is an approved supplier for well-known British door manufacturers XL Joinery. It sells a wide variety of internal and external doors, fire doors, room dividers and bi-folding doors both online and through the builders’ merchant branch network of parent company Boys & Boden Ltd (est. 1895).
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