Different Types and Styles of Large Sliding Doors

Different Types and Styles of Large Sliding Doors

 

Large Sliding Door is your Eco-friendly resource for your extraordinary oversize sliding doors that are lightweight, high strength and will not warp, bend or twist over time. Large Sliding Doors can be guaranteed for 50 years, but are built to last for centuries.

Wood barn door large room dividers
Wood barn door large room dividers

When the most high-end millworks seek us out to solve their design issues with their large architectural doors, we provide them with the solutions that deliver the results to help bolster the image and power behind the millwork’s reputation.

It is important to have a large sliding door that is extremely flat, especially if it is sliding perpendicular to another sliding door or other flat surface area; bending, warping, twisting or cupping causes the door to fail. Your Large Sliding Door is designed not to fail, even under the most rigorous conditions.

Large sliding doors can come in any configuration, and Large Sliding Door can duplicate the look and feel of any style sliding door regardless of size and guarantee superior performance; some examples include:

Standard Large Sliding Doors that run along a track, the track can include wheels along the bottom of the sliding door and/or suspended from an overhead track. A large sliding door can feature any flat building material on its surface, enabling Large Sliding Door to create any kind of large sliding door even for severe weather, underwater, fire retardant, soundproof, bulletproof or blast proof, etc…

University large sliding doors
University large sliding doors
Elegant large sliding door
Elegant large sliding door

Large Sliding Pocket Doors are doors that when open are concealed by a pocket that is hidden within a wall. This is the perfect alternative to a large swing door that would encroach on the available space to accommodate the swing. Large Sliding Pocket Doors are available in single slide or double slide that joins in the middle.

Large Arcadia Sliding Doors are large sliding glass doors that provide a great deal of glass exposure for your viewing pleasure while the frame is minimized. Successive large arcadia sliding doors can be lined-up or tiled across a great horizontal expanse for dramatic landscape reveals. The end glass panels of an Arcadia sliding door array are normally fixed stationary yet visually match the sliding versions.

Large Sliding Patio Doors are basically the same as large Arcadia sliding doors, where the primary feature of the large sliding door is transparent glass.

Large Sliding French Doors are oversize doors with window features that normally account for 50 percent or more of the door as transparent glass for a dramatic appearance and can come in a myriad of styles and shapes of lite openings.

Large sliding door commercial application
Large sliding door commercial application

Large Sliding Bypass Doors are normally a pair of sliding side by side doors joining in the middle in between two separate otherwise open areas. Large sliding bypass doors require track hardware to accommodate the sliding of the doors.

Large Louvered Sliding Doors and Large Shuttered Sliding Doors are sliding doors requiring sliding door hardware while having the look of shutters allowing some light to come through the shutters or louvered panels while also retaining a level of privacy.

Large Mirrored Sliding Doors are sliding doors that have the general appearance of a large Arcadia sliding door yet feature mirrored surface(s) instead of transparent glass and can also come in French, Arcadia and/or bypass varieties.

Large Shoji Screen Sliding Doors are traditionally multiple wood framed lite openings filled with translucent paper instead of glass inspired by Japanese design that slide back and forth along a track. We have experience using acrylic as a substitute for paper in Large Shoji Screen Sliding Doors that results in a more substantially safe and high-strength Shoji screen that retains the delicate Asian appearance of a traditional Shoji screen, yet is durable and long-lasting.

Contact Large Sliding Door for your next large sliding door project and experience the Large Sliding Door difference.

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