Composite Door Designer For Gallery44

Listers has created a new customer website door designer tool for its Gallery44 composite door range. The tool pulls different door styles, colour options, glass and hardware specifications into a simple-to-use configurator.

With three ranges to choose from – traditional; contemporary grained; or smooth finish urban options – the Galery44 range has been carefully curated by Listers to offer maximum design flexibility to installers.

“It’s a plug-and-play solution for our customers, so there are no big development costs,” says Listers’ MD Roy Frost.

“Installers can sit down with a householder and show them exactly what options are available and how those options will look, based on their choice of colour, finish and hardware.

“It’s an own-branded door designer for installers to put on their website with minimum fuss but with a big impact, as a fantastic point of sale or lead generation tool.”



The Gallery44 range includes 19 of the most popular composite entrance door designs. These replicate traditional timber doors with highly defined mouldings and woodgrain finish, plus a wide choice of decorative glass options and door furniture.

It also includes a range of contemporary door styles, supplied by Listers in a choice of either woodgrain or smooth finishes and 46 different colour options.

Dedicated door framing options are from Veka and Eurocell, with Ultion cylinders and Kubu smart-equipped locking fitted as standard, with Secured by Design and PAS24 options.


Aluminium entrance doors

In addition to its Galery44 composite door range, Listers has also added a new aluminium entrance door range. This features three different options: a 44mm thermally efficient aluminium panel door, manufactured by Listers in Sheerline; plus 65mm flush; and 95mm premium options.

“Our new 44mm aluminium entrance door range is matched into our Sheerline offer, so our customers can offer a match to Sheerline windows and doors,” adds Frost.


Picture: The Gallery44 door designer.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
18th August 2023


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