Xingfa Group Launches Premium Aluminium Doors In Vietnam

Glass and aluminium door manufacturer in Vietnam recently launched its latest range of aluminium door products that are available with beguiling features (like water resistance, sound insulation, etc.) in several colors, models and designs

Hanoi, Vietnam - March 26, 2020 / / —

Xingfa Group launches a complete line of aluminium door products in Vietnam that provides multiple benefits to the consumers. According to a company representative, the core value of Xingfa Group is the customer. This is why the company launched high quality products that bring peace of mind to the customers, satisfy them with their quality, and provide professional repair solutions, after sales.

The representative adds that the company is constantly innovating its product line, so as to bring the latest models of Roto, Hopo, Pma aluminium doors in the Vietnamese market. Some of the most popular examples of aluminium products include Xingfa 4-door aluminum door, Xingfa 2-leaf aluminum doors, and 2-wing sliding doors with 2 sliding windows. In the recent years, the company has managed to secure the first position in the aluminium market and has, therefore, become the ideal choice the targeted consumers.

The company representative highlights the features of the aluminium doors manufactured by the company. These include the following -
- Thermal Insulation And Sound Insulation: The gasket used for manufacturing the doors is a double-tight rubber gasket keeps the cols or hot air from entering inside the room. So, the temperature inside the room stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In addition, the empty cavities in the Xingfa aluminum rods provide effective soundproofing.
- Water Resistance: Owing to the use of EPDM double rubber gaskets, the doors provide perfect water resistance. Being available with drainage channels in the rods, the doors do not allow the rainwater to flow into the room.
- High Aesthetic Value: The aluminum doors by Xingfa are available in several models, designs and colors, which in turn, gives a range of choices to the customers. With aesthetically designed doors in homes, it provides a luxurious quotient to the living space.
- High economic value: The doors manufactured by the company bring high economic efficiency to the customers by saving them relatively huge costs.
With such features and attributes, it can be rightly said that the aluminium doors launched by the company are worth receiving appreciation in the Vietnamese market.

About The Company
Xingfa Group is a reputed aluminium door manufacturer in Vietnam that delivers a wide variety of glass door systems and aluminium door products, like Roto, Hopo, Pma aluminium door, Insulated bridge aluminum, huge wooden door, Austdoor rolling door, and Cuong Cuong glass. The doors manufactured by the company are easy to operate, durable, and of high quality. Within a very short span of time, it has become the world’s leading aluminum brand with its presence marked across 40 countries, including Europe, Southeast Asia, the USA, and Japan.

Contact Info:
Name: Lillian Smith
Email: Send Email
Organization: Xingfa Group
Address: No. 40, Alley 41, Dong Tac, Ward Kim Lien, Dong Da, Hanoi
Phone: +84 979672960


Release ID: 88951316

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