Will the seal between my brick and door/window look neat?
To achieve a neat seal between brick and your new architectural glazing, we use our premium sealing option, Hannoband 3E. It's a weathertight seal, vapour membrane and insulation tape all in one. It works particularly well between frame and brick to achieve a precise, weathertight seal – filling every groove, nook and void.
What is Hannoband 3E
Hannoband 3E is a weathertight seal, vapour membrane and insulation tape all in one. It works particularly well between frame and brick to achieve a precise, weathertight seal – filling every groove, nook and void.
What type of drainage channel is used to achieve a flush threshold?
The type of drainage channel will be specified and sourced by the architect or builder on the project. Based on the flooring and the finish you would like to achieve, it is likely to be slot drainage or aco drainage system. For more information on thresholds visit our news article.
What is a floating corner configuration?
Specifying a corner configuration for a project will allow 2 glazed walls in a room to be pushed back, importantly – without the need for an intrusive fixed corner element to interrupt the design. Our Weybridge project features this stunning architectural configuration, achieved with the CP130 sliding doors system.
What is a lift & slide sliding door system?
A lift & slide door refers to the way in which your sliding doors open. Rather than a static rail and small rollers as you would find on an inline door, with a lift & slide door such as the Reynaers CP130, the sash is lifted and hovers above the frame, giving you an effortless, smooth opening movement.
Find out more about lift & slide sliding doors here.
Where can I try your sliding doors?
Can the Viiu Sliding Door be used to replace a bifold or sliding door?
The Viiu Sliding Door has been designed to fit into ‘new build’ openings. That is, openings that have been prepared specifically to create a building structure where the framework of the sliding door is built in to the building structure to create the frameless effect. If the sliding door is fitted as a replacement, you will need more involved structural change made.
What colours are available on the Origin range?
For the Bifold doors, sliding doors and windows, you can colour match your handle and choose from over 150 RAL colours.
What warranty is offered with the Origin range?
Origin doors and windows offer an industry-leading guarantee of up to 20 years, based on the location of installation.
Can a flush threshold be achieved with Internorm sliding doors?
Yes. Please speak to one of our Project Mangers to discuss the requirements of your project. Find out more about flush thresholds here.
Will I lose a lot of heat by installing sliding doors?
All of our sliding doors are chosen with thermal efficiencies in mind, feature high-specification glass that we tailor to each project; softcoat, argon filled, low ion, a-rated, double glazed glass etc. All aluminium profile frames have a thermal break to stop thermal bridging to maximise thermally efficiency. You may also like to consider choosing triple glazing for increased thermal performance. Find out more here.
How quickly do you deliver and install sliding doors?
This will be based on the product type and size you require. Please call us on 01428 748255 with details of your project and we will be able to advise.
What type of glazing is in your sliding doors?
All of our sliding doors feature toughened, argon-filled double-glazing as standard to achieve optimal temperature control and performance. For enhanced structural integrity, laminated glass is available.
You may also like to consider choosing triple glazing for increased thermal performance. Find out more here.
Are sliding doors heavy to open and close?
No, all of our sliding doors feature superior gearing systems giving you a smooth and effortless movement. Based on the span of sliding doors that you would like to achieve, we would recommend electrically operated sliding doors to ensure the best possible performance.
Can I choose dual colour sliding doors?
Yes, dual colour is available as an additional option on our range of sliding doors. Choosing dual colour allows you to compliment, contract or match your internal and external colour schemes.
What is the difference between the sliding door ranges that you offer?
All of the sliding doors that we offer provide you with high quality, secure glazing. Based on your property, size and requirements we will be able to advise you on the best sliding door design and configuration for your needs.
Why do you only offer aluminium frame sliding doors?
We have carefully chosen the styles of sliding doors to ensure high quality, cutting edge design and longevity. Aluminium frames provide structural integrity and strength, allowing you to achieve larger spans and improved smooth running/operation. They are also environmentally friendly (100% recyclable) and are more resistant to the outside elements.
Are sliding doors secure?
Yes. All of our sliding doors are fitted with toughened glass, with the option for laminated glass for enhanced strength/security. Sliding doors all have multi-point locking systems and anti-lift blocks.
Is there a maximum number of panels for sliding doors?
The configuration achievable will depend on the style of sliding door you choose. With the Exact Slimline Sliding Door style the maximum number of panes is 3. For the Exact Viiu, a 3-track sliding door can have up to 6 panes. There are many configurations possible depending, please call us and we will be able to talk you through the best solution for your property.
What is the widest panel size you offer for sliding doors?
The widest panel size available for sliding doors can be achieved with the Exact Viiu Sliding Door, with a breathtaking 5000mm maximum width and 3000mm maximum height achievable.