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Optimo pocket door gear in stock

January 6, 2015 by · Comments Off on Optimo pocket door gear in stock 

MITO pocket door gear

Introducing the Optimo pocket door gear, a superb pocket door kit which gives the magic 100 millimetre finished wall thickness.  A strong pocket door design in construction, assembly and operation, the Optimo pocket door is a simple way to increase available room space in many domestic and commercial applications. The kit comes complete with all fittings required for a single or double pocket door. The standard kit is designed for doors from 25mm up to 44mm thick and comes complete with timber jamb set.  Now in stock from £239 +VAT delivered.

iMpero architrave free pocket door gear

June 5, 2014 by · Comments Off on iMpero architrave free pocket door gear 

iMpero architrave-free pocket door gear
The iMpero architrave free deluxe cassette pocket door gear system offers superior running gear and a fully constructed cassette pocket with superior strength. Architrave free for installations where a minimal aesthetic is required and where the door opening needs to be frameless (i.e. without architrave), the kits come with a set of heavy duty custom door frame beading sections. These sections enable the skim coat to be painted / finished to blend in with the door frame for a minimalist aesthetic. Suitable for single or double internal doors, with kits ranging in size from 626mm to 1500mm wide and up to 2700mm high within a 125mm thick finished wall. The pocket door gear comes complete with track, runners, brackets, stops and cassette.  As standard, kits accommodate maximum 44mm thick door leaves. Can be used with the optional full length iMpero glass clamps for frameless glass doors.

Doorstuff talks to Homebuilding & Renovating magazine

July 12, 2013 by · Comments Off on Doorstuff talks to Homebuilding & Renovating magazine 

homebuilding-renovatingDoorstuff’s very own Helen Butland is interviewed by Claire Lloyd in the August 2013 issue of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine for their article about pocket doors.  With a selection of lovely photos of pocket doors in situ, Claire writes about the benefits of designing in a pocket door when rooms are short of space.  She also covers importance of specifying the right kind of kit for the intended use, and what considerations to think about in the design process.  Our iMpero pocket door gear and the Coburn Hideaway kits get a nice shout out, as do the Coburn “pocket plungers” – a clever gadget which springs the door out of the cavity.