Doors

uPVC is the most popular material for making external door frames in both North America and Europe. Our doors can be hinged or sliding, both fabricated from a steel reinforced, high grade uPVC (unplasticised polyvinylchloride) that has been specifically engineered for the Asia Pacific Region. It can withstand the high UV radiation we experience in South Australia, preventing warping, twisting and fading which cheap imported products are prone to.

Styles

Hinged Single Doors

Our hinged doors come with a six point locking mechanism using tried and tested European hardware. The frame can incorporate sidelights and windows if required. Midrail or georgian bars can be positioned vertically or horizontally to create different looks. Our gallery shows the range of doors we can offer but if you have your own ideas please let us know as everything is made to the customers’ specification. 

Adelaide CBD 1

French Double Doors

For a grand entrance french doors are a winner. Both doors open to provide a practical and stunning entrance to a room. Combine translucent and clear glass to give privacy without blocking out the view completely.

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Sliding and Stacking Doors

Our sliding door range is like no other. With 3 different designs now offering fully integrated uPVC Invisi-Gard security screens as standard. 

Our uPVC sliding and stacking doors offer superior weather and corrosion resistance so are ideal for harsh Australian conditions. The insulating properties of double glazing also means superior energy saving performance. Our triple locking sash system offers high security with the convenience of a sliding door. Available as 2, 3, 4 or 6 pane designs. Only our 3 and 6 pane stackers do not come with a screen.

Upper Hermitage - 4 pane with screen 10

Tilt and Slide

A hybrid of our tilt and turn window and sliding door. This system allows you to tilt the sash from the top for secure ventilation or slide it all the way across for maximum airflow. The design offers the best thermal and acoustic performance possible for a sliding window or door. 

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