Steel windows and doors are traditionally built as hinged sash operations in combination with fixed glass. However, today’s contemporary and modern architecture will often call for large expanses of operable sliding glass to enhance the indoor/outdoor lifestyle of these distinctive homes. Flat transition sills, multiple stacking panels, and matching screens make sliding systems an ideal solution in these designs. The use of pockets to tuck away the doors and screens into the wall cavity further adds to their open feel.

exterior slide doors

Bottom Roll Sliders


These doors take the weight off of the header and transfer it to the rollers in the bottom of the sliding panels.

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exterior pivot doors

Lift Slide Sliders


Like bottom rolling, these doors glide on bottom rollers. As a “lift-slide” these doors have extra hardware to make them lift and glide when opened, yet provide the highest weatherseal when lowered and locked.

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exterior swinging doors

Zero Gravity Sliders


This unique sliding door system allows for larger openings with heavy doors. Through magnetic levitation we make it possible for easier operation and a unique user experience.

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exterior folding doors

Top Hung Sliders


These doors truly glide. These sliders have rollers at the top of the door leaving only guide slots in the floor making this system ideal for seamless interior/exterior transitions.

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