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iMpero Slide Pocket Door Kit for Frameless Glass

September 29, 2017 by · Comments Off on iMpero Slide Pocket Door Kit for Frameless Glass 

Doorstuff are proud to stock the attractive iMpero Slide pocket door kit for Frameless Glass. This door kit is an economical way to increase available space in many domestic applications while maintaining a modern aesthetic in the home. The kit comes complete with timber jambs and all fittings required for a single frameless glass pocket door up to 80kgs in weight. For any queries about the installation or specifications of the product, please call  0207 099 2822 or email info@sliding-doorstuff.co.uk.

How Timber Pocket Door Floorguides Work

July 26, 2017 by · Comments Off on How Timber Pocket Door Floorguides Work 

Doorstuff supplies timber pocket door kits with floor guides situated inside the pocket. The floor guide fits in a groove in the bottom of the door to guide it as it leaves the pocket. This gives an unobstructed threshold which eliminates trip hazards and prevents dust and dirt accumulation often found when a guide is routed into the floor. To protect the groove in the bottom of your door, you could use our S1702 Plastic Protective Channel. The same system is used in many of our surface-mounted sliding door systems.

New Product Announcement!

July 5, 2017 by · Comments Off on New Product Announcement! 

Introducing the HAFELE pocket door handle for frameless glass! An attractive handle set for frameless glass sliding doors, complete with an edge pull which can be used when the door is fully closed into the pocket. The handle set can be in a polished chrome plated, satin anodised or satin nickel plated finish. The handle would be the perfect accompaniment to your frameless glass sliding door of 8-12mm thickness.

Doorstuff’s Guide to Pocket Doors

February 8, 2017 by · Comments Off on Doorstuff’s Guide to Pocket Doors 

Pocket doors are a great solution for grand feature doors and the smallest rooms alike, but the key to getting it right is all about planning the studwork ahead of time. There are many options to consider, which is why Doorstuff are pleased to announce Doorstuff’s Guide to Pocket Doors which aims to facilitate you in your decision.

Click on the link to download the guide: Doorstuff’s Guide to Pocket Doors

KARCHER EPD pocket door bathroom locks

January 8, 2015 by · Comments Off on KARCHER EPD pocket door bathroom locks 

KARCHER EPD Pocket bathroom lock
The KARCHER DESIGN EPD pocket door bathroom locks are suitable for sliding doors of 35mm to 44mm thick, which makes them more versatile than other on the market which can only be used on a 44mm+ thick door. It comes complete with an end finger pull, to pull the door out of the pocket, and two flush pulls which have the turn and emergency release integrated into their design. Available in satin stainless steel, polished stainless steel and polished brass finishes.

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.

NEW – Pocket door bathroom lock set

May 6, 2014 by · Comments Off on NEW – Pocket door bathroom lock set 

JV825 Pocket door bathroom
Now in stock, the new JV825 pocket door bathroom lock is ideal for a sliding pocket door (40mm to 44mm thick). Because it has a flush thumbturn it allows the door to retract fully into your pocket door cavity, maximising your clear opening space.  It comes complete with a circular end finger pull, to pull the door out of the pocket, and two circular flush pulls which have the turn and emergency release integated into their design. The flush pulls are to be glued or bonded into the door with knurled fixing surfaces.

A Coburn HIDEAWAY™ Pocket Door…

January 31, 2014 by · Comments Off on A Coburn HIDEAWAY™ Pocket Door… 

pocket door cut away

pocket door cut away…Frame Kit is a simple way to increase available space in many domestic applications, particularly dining rooms, en-suite bathrooms, cloakrooms and doors into kitchens.  Using a 35mm thick standard domestic timber door, a finished wall thickness of 115mm can be achieved including the wallboards, allowing the door to slide into the pocket within the wall.  Standard height kits will cope with a door up to 2032mm tall, maximum door widths for a H30 is 760mm, H36 is 915mm and H42 is 1067mm.  The H42A will take a door 1067mmx up to 2742mm tall.

Happy New Year!

January 6, 2014 by · Comments Off on Happy New Year! 

We would like to wish you a happy & prosperous New Year for 2014. Before we get back into the daily rhythm of informational web posting, I thought I would share the lyrics of this lovely song with you (imagine Bernard Cribbins singing it):-

Right said Fred, both of us together, one each end and steady as we go
Tried to to shift it, couldn’t even lift it, we was getting nowhere
And so, we, had a cup of tea
Right said Fred, give a shout to Charlie, up comes Charlie from the floor below
After straining, heaving and complaining, we was getting nowhere
And so, we, had a cup of tea
Charlie had a think and he thought we ought, to take off all the handles
And the things that hold the candles – but it did no good (well I never thought it would!)
Right said Fred, have to take the feet off, to get them feet off wouldn’t take a mo…
Took its feet off, even with the seat off, should have got us somewhere, but no!
So Fred said let’s have another cup of tea, and we said “right-oh!”
Right said Fred, have to take the door off, need more space to shift the so-and-so
Had bad twinges, taking off the hinges, and it got us nowhere
And so, we, had a cup of tea
Right said Fred, have to take the wall down, that there wall is gonna have to go
Took the wall down, even with it all down, we was getting nowhere
And so, we, had a cup of tea
Charlie had a think and and he said look Fred, I’ve got a sort of feeling
If we remove the ceiling,
With a rope or two we can drop the blighter through…
Right said Fred, climbing up a ladder, with his crowbar gave a mighty blow
Was he in trouble, half a ton of rubble, landed on the top of, his dome
So Charlie and me had another cup of tea
And then we, went home!
[Spoken, fading out…]
I said to Charlie we’ll just have to leave it standing on the landing, that’s all.
You see the trouble with Fred is, he’s too hasty.
Now you never get nowhere if you’re too hasty…

I thought what they could do with there is a pocket door – in fact now they’ve taken the wall out they’ve got room to put one in.  And the ceiling?  Well…just make good!

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