BOSS DOOR CONTROLS

High quality technical product photography

Established in 2009 Boss Door Controls have many years industry experience in high specification architectural ironmongery.

Their products have been used extensively around the globe and have been supplied on many varied projects including Schools, Hospitals, Colleges, Student Accommodation, Offices, Leisure Centres, Hotels etc.

In recent years they have enhanced their door control product offering to include the Label range of swing door operators and the Fortessa range of door furniture where they have exclusive distribution for the architectural ironmongery markets.

 

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