Luton, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 12, 2009 -- SunSeeker Doors, UK manufacturers of aluminium-framed bifolding doors, is pleased to announce SunSeeker Slimline doors, a new concept in sliding patio doors.
Launched on the web site this week, SunSeeker Slimline is available to order now for installation in four to six weeks.
The new SunSeeker Slimline is a sliding patio door system with two major differences from the traditional sliding doors that are basically the same style as the patio doors introduced a few decades ago.
SunSeeker Slimline doors have a very narrow 20mm aluminium frame at the sides of each glass panel, facilitating an almost uninterruptable view when the doors are closed. The frame is available in a range of colours, including white, sepia, grey, green, blue and more.
When SunSeeker Slimline doors are fully open, there is virtually full access through the aperture as all the door panels can be turned to stack against the end wall.
There is a choice of clear or tinted glass, anti-sun, argon-filled and other options incluing horizontal blinds within the double-glazed panels.
The SunSeeker Slimline patio doors can comprise several double-glazed panels across a number of metres, making them ideal for commercial purposes as well as domestic. The low threshhold can often be built into the floor if the doors are to be installed internally, for example between the lounge and conservatory.
The way the system works is that the main door is opened, releasing the locks on the other individual glass panels so that the panels can slide individually. Slide each panel to the edge of the aperture and turn it 90 degrees so that the panels are stacked side-by-side, leaving virtually the whole aperture free to use. Alternatively, one or more panels can be positioned a few inches along the runners to create spaces where required.