Big doors: scale and grace
The style for glass these days is scale. The bigger the better. In retail and hospitality, more glass means people can see more of what you’ve got. At home, it means more light and more of the view. (And a bit of drama.)
When it comes to glass doors, pivot doors allow for incredible height and width. You can run a pivot door all the way to the ceiling — there’s no barrier above the door. You might think weight would be a problem with a door that can be anywhere up to 3 metres tall and 1.5 metres wide but it isn’t because of the way the pivot box works.
Hinged doors: a point of difference
Hinged doors offer an alternative to a solid timber door. For a start, they allow light to flood in.
Also, aluminium hinged doors are low maintenance. They can be designed to be part of a facade or an extended wall.
Pivot doors: choices of materials
Hinged doors and pivot doors don’t have to made in glass, but they usually are because they give such an amazing effect in glass — perfect for retail spaces or where you have a lovely entrance garden or backyard to enjoy.
Stunning glasswork doesn’t have to mean compromised security. We can easily add a Crimsafe screen to combine maximum impact with maximum security.
We don’t just make and install; we consult. Tell us what you’re trying to achieve, what you think the limitations might be, and what you’re worried about. However grand your design, we’ll work out how to make it happen.