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Q: I would like to fit frameless frosted green glass doors into a recess in my bedroom to create a wardrobe…

January 25, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: I would like to fit frameless frosted green glass doors into a recess in my bedroom to create a wardrobe… 

…The aperture is 2.75mx1.4m – its a strange half-height recess.  I would like to fit a slider mechanism in to the concrete block at the top and suspend 2 or 3 frameless glass panel doors which slide across each other.  I have a builder who can fit this for me, but might need some advice.
A: If your glass panels are under 80kg each then you can use the Rollan 80G system. You can read all about it on our website at the link in the text.  For 2 panels passing in front of each other you would need 2 x R80.32G kits (although they are 3.2m long you can cut them down).  For 3 panels running on two tracks, you would need one extra door pack, see the components list.  If you need more advice, just give us a ring.

A sliding glass door with no track on the floor?

December 10, 2010 by · Comments Off on A sliding glass door with no track on the floor? 

Q (from Angela) We wish to fit a glass sliding door in our hallway but don’t want a track going across the floor, do you have anything that could be used?
A: The frameless glass sliding door systems which we do, the Geze Rollan 80G, the Perlan 140G, the Perlan SoftStop Glass and the Projeto 150G, use a small metal floor guide which does not need a full length track on the floor.  The metal guides which come with the kits look like this (although the Projeto 150G one is Brushed Stainless Steel):-
glass-floor-guideIf you need further help to narrow down the choice, then do get in touch!

Would it be possible to adapt your Hide away system to encorporate a glass door?

July 29, 2010 by · Comments Off on Would it be possible to adapt your Hide away system to encorporate a glass door? 

Unfortunately there are no compatible glass clamps available for the Hideaway system.  The two alternatives you might consider are the iMpero pocket door system, buying additional glass clamps (+ probably the timber jambs for glass doors), OR buying a Rollan 80G or Perlan 140G sliding door kit for glass and constructing your own cavity supports for the pocket door*.  Links to those pages on our website are highlighted within the text.
* Prices there dependant on the size/weight of the glass door to be used.

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