About our pivot door systems
Our pivot doors can be very big, accommodating variety of configurations including sidelights and transoms. They can be built from custom panels or glazed with double or triple insulated glass. The quality construction and robust design of our pivot doors make them a simple and elegant option for any home.
One of the main advantages of choosing a pivot door over a casement door is that it requires less opening clearance space. The ability to hide the exterior frames within the building finishes, for a remarkably modest appearance, is another reason why many people favor pivot doors.
The system can hold heavier glass modules, making them perfect for triple glazing and wider structural openings. This is possible by the way the weight is distributed and the specifically developed pivoting mechanisms.
Modern Loft Design
Zero Threshold Option
|Door Slab Width ||Pivot Placement|
|42″ – 44″||4″|
|45″ – 47″||6″|
|48″ – 53″||9″|
|54″ – 60″||12″|
|61″ – 66″||15″|
|67″ – 70″||18″|
|71″ – 74″||21″|
|75″ – 80″||24″|
|81″ – 86″||30″|
We are prepared to build jambs so the door could swing out to the external, even though you will almost always want a door, that swings into the interior (in-swing).
The layout of your installation site will determine whether your swing is a right- or left-hand swing.
Consider looking at the door from the street to identify whether it is a left-hand or right-hand in-swing.
It is a left-hand in-swing if the pivot point is on the left side.
The door is a right-hand in-swing if the pivot point is on the right-hand side.
Thermal insulation Uf