Reasons To Build Hollodeen Into Your Development Plans
It may not be a name you are familiar with but the highly innovative range of Hollodeen thresholds designed for standard, bi-fold and portal door systems, offer you a wide range of benefits way beyond the traditional materials being used currently. For not only are they durable, accessible (meeting Part M Regulations) and virtually indestructible, but they are also highly sustainable.
In fact, we think they come with so many benefits that once you try them, you’ll be sold on Hollodeen solutions.
So Why Hollodeen? Here’s 15 Good Reasons…
- Offering extremely low heat conductivity - Hollodeen provides excellent thermal values – with a thermal advantage of 0.4w/m.k.
- Lifetime guarantee - made from an innovative resin, the thresholds are unbreakable
- 100% recyclable and manufactured from 90% recycled material
- No maintenance or painting required
- Integrated drainage channels
- Self-coloured throughout the whole section and available in a variety of finishes
- Solid construction making it unbreakable and more secure
- Available in a number of profiles for standard doors, bi-folds and Lift & Slide configurations
- Bespoke profiles available
- Meeting Part M with a timber cill is challenging and rots in the ground, Hollodeen is Part M compliant and won’t rot, making it particularly suitable for use at ground level.
- Is weatherproof and very suitable for coastal locations
- Passivhaus standards can be met by combining Hollodeen thresholds with twin perimeter seals.
- Fire resistant to 30 minutes
- Joiners can also benefit from the pre-machined profile saving them valuable workshop time
- Ease of fitting – simpler to fit than timber alternatives
But don’t just take our word for it:
“Since Costal introduced us to the benefits of Hollodeen it has been a no brainer to use them for all of our bi-fold door applications. This works perfectly with our Accoya products giving us a trouble free product. We introduce our customers to Hollodeen during our first conversations, giving them the option of a timber cill as well. So far everyone has opted for the Hollodeen. We have even had specially produced sections to cope with triple glazing and plinth brickwork.”