What Are Sliding Doors?
Sliding doors are a type of door that opens horizontally by sliding, usually parallel to a wall. Sliding doors can be mounted either on top of a track below or suspended from a track above. They are the perfect solution to free up more floor space and will allow more natural light into your home.
How Big Can Sliding Doors Be?
Signature Megrame Lift and Slide Door have the largest Sliding doors in the Irish and UK market. Sizes available up to 6 meters wide and 2.8 meters high in 2 panels these stunning doors allow a seamless transition from outside to inside. Even larger sizes can be reached in 3 panels.
The lift and slide doors come in an aluminium cladding exterior and a wood interior or full aluminium cladding/wood. The aluminium cladding exterior provides an excellent durable solution while the wood interior offers a luxurious modern tone and feel within your home.
Design & Performance Features
Signature Megrame Lift and Slide Door come 6 meters wide and 2.8 meters high but can be custom made into 3rd and 4th fourth panel if the customer would like them to be bigger. Every door comes with a double and triple glazed high-security glazing as well as sound-deadening glass; this is ideal for homes in noisy urban areas. The Signature Megrame Lift and Slide Door can achieve U-values as low as 0.8 in triple glazed format.
The Signature Megrame Lift and Slide Door have the highest quality German engineering hardware for superior performance and durability. There is a lever on every door, and when rotated through 180 degrees, the door lifts off its seals and glides along with ease. When the door lever is turned back to the closed position, it drops back down onto its seals, creating an airtight bond protecting your home from the elements outside. Each door Designed to blend seamlessly with the rest of the Contemporary Window & Door range for an overall cohesive design.
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