noun: sliding door; plural noun: sliding doors 1.a door that slides across an opening rather than moving away from it
Increased natural light and an unobstructed view
The great advantage of timber sliding doors over other patio door designs is the extent of uninterrupted glass they allow when closed. This results in increased natural light and an unobstructed view of the outside landscape.
Guided by our own stringent Glazing Visual Quality Standard, we accept only the best glass, guaranteeing maximum light inside and the clearest view looking out. We offer a number of sliding door configurations to suit the layout of the room and the size of the reveal. All configurations allow for very large and heavy doors (up to 400kg in weight) to be specified without compromise of the sliding performance
Our multi-point locking system provides a high degree of security. Additional security is offered by the concealed, interlocking aluminium meeting rail, while contributing to the doors’ exceptional weather performance.
Discover the benefits
Great performance as standard and extensive test data to guide specification for optional enhanced acoustic performance
The specialist handle enables the door to be locked with a 10mm gap to provide secure ventilation
A rated as standard; Triple glazed options available
Draught proofing (Wind load)
Dual seal design provides excellent draught proofing
Security laminated glazing
Option for improved acoustic performance and safety
Tested to PAS 24 and to meet the requirements of Secured by Design
Environmentally friendly designs, materials and processes
Tested to exposure category 2000 – the highest classification
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Founded in 1884, George Barnsdale is a family run business manufacturing high-performance timber windows and doors in Donington, Lincolnshire and offering a nationwide project management and installation service.