Space Saving Aluminium Sliding Patio Doors Residential Aluminium
Glass Sliding Doors
If you’re looking to invest in a new set of aluminium doors, you’ll
no doubt want to be fully aware of the advantages of aluminium; and
also the type of sliding door to choose.
Sliding doors can be a great addition to any home because they
offer many benefits. When placed in the right areas of your home,
they offer convenience as well as style to make your home truly
unique. Are sliding doors a perfect fit for your home? Take a look
at this list of benefits to find out if they’re worth investing in.
|Aluminum profiles||Material: aluminum alloy 6063-T5|
|Thickness: 1.1mm/1.2mm/1.4mm/1.5mm/2.0mm/2.5mm, etc|
|Surface finish||1.powder coating|
|3.heat transfer for wood grain|
|Glass||Single :4mm to 12mm|
|Double :4mm+15AS+4mm, 5mm+12AS+5mm, 5mm+20AS+5mm, etc.|
|Triple : 5mm+6A+5mm+6A+5mm,etc|
|Sealing||EPDM rubber and silicone sealant|
|Hardware||SIEGENIA, CMECH, HOPO, Kinglong, Chinese Brand, etc|
Where Should You Put Sliding Doors?
You may have noticed that sliding doors generally tend to be placed
in kitchens and other rooms that lead to the backyard or patio area
of a home. This is because these areas tend to receive a lot of
foot traffic. Given that the door recedes into a slot, there is
more room for people to move through the space.
With so many homeowners looking to go green, sliding doors are the
logical choice to save energy. Because they are made of composite
gaskets, they offer high levels of insulation. This allows your
home to stay cool in the summer and warmer in the winter. Sliding
doors can also be made of wood, which is a renewable energy source
that is very durable. You will feel even better knowing that you
invested in something eco-friendly for your home.
Sliding doors allow more natural light in than other door types.
Due to the large pane of glass often present on these doors, the
amount of light that can be let into a space is significantly
greater than a standard swinging door. You can always add blinds
for the times when you want to keep light out or add some privacy.