High-performance sliding doors
The Bespoke Composite Sliding Door system is expertly designed to combine contemporary styling with precision engineering, providing you with a modern glazed wall. Available in a choice of timber-aluminium or aluminium composite, the system can be combined with our range of composite windows to achieve a cohesive architectural style as well as a Passivhaus specification home.
During the specification process, we will work with you to tailor the glass specification to meet the needs of the project. As glazing experts, we feature high quality glass in all of our installations to achieve optimum performance, with U values as low as 0.64w/m2K possible with the timber-aluminium system.
Contemporary design with lift and slide motion
Featuring an ultra-low threshold and lift and slide motion for smooth movement, panels weighing up to 400kg effortlessly glide along the fibreglass threshold to allow all the family to enjoy the versatility of sliding doors and easy indoor-outdoor access.
Designed with thermal efficiency in mind, the Bespoke Composite Sliding Door can be combined with frameless side elements to achieve glass corners, frameless panoramic fixed glazing or a completely bespoke solution.
Sliding door specifications
During the Initial Project Consultation, your project and glazing needs will be discussed to ensure we can provide you with the right glazing solutions for the project. Working to develop the glazing requirements from the beginning of a project ensures that our glazing experts can specify a complete glazing package to achieve the architectural and performance requirements.
In addition to a glazed solution unique to the project, the Bespoke Composite Sliding Door system is available in a range of standard colours, as well as bespoke colours to complement or contrast with the interior and exterior design. A visit to our Liphook showroom, which is open by appointment only, is often helpful at the point of final specification to view all of the available colours and decide what is right for the project.