The French doors can be installed as two different size panels with the narrow one being passive (used only when wider opening is required) and the wider one as the main panel (used regularly) or as a matching pair where one or both panels can open full swing either into the room or out toward a terrace or garden for easy access. The inward opening French doors are used in rooms where space is not limited. A pair of French doors does not include a fixed central mullion, allowing for a wider unobstructed opening.
The casement door is a one pane which can open full swing either to the left or the right, into the room or out to a balcony or garden for ease of access.
Tilt and Turn Doors
With it’s dual function, the tilt and turn door can fully open inward or can be used for ventilation with its tilt-in option. When in the tilt-in position, the door is secure.
The bi-fold doors are for both indoor and outdoor use. The most common bi-fold doors include two narrow vertical panels that are hinged together. A single bi-fold door with two narrow panels is an excellent option for small openings. Larger openings require more panels and sometimes wider panels depending on the height and width of the opening...
Triple Stack Doors
Triple stack doors are intended to provide you with the maximum door opening achievable and are the new innovation for replacing the bi-fold doors. They are available in a three or six door configuration and are very popular choice as they don’t require the extra space that bi-fold doors require when open.
Tilt & Slide Doors
With its stylish function the tilt and slide doors are a more elegant option to traditional sliding doors and can be produced in 2, 3 or 4 panel configuration.
Sliding doors consist of 2, 3 or 4 panels where one can slide by the other on a track. They provide a good solution for places without space to swing a door.
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