uPVC Double Glazed Tilt & Slide Doors

The Tilt & Slide door is unique in concept and design. The construction utilises a sash which slides free of the frame on a rail system enabling a full perimeter cam locking system to be employed. This design not only enables double sealing but also incorporates a useful tilt function providing optimum ventilation whilst maintaining a barrier to children and pets. It is these distinct features that make the Tilt & Slide door the ideal alternative to a standard sliding door. Our Tilt & Slide doors can be manufactured as double or single opening.

Our uPVC Tilt & Slide Doors slide smoothly and effortlessly to one side similar to inline sliding doors. They can also be tilted open, a feature that provides extra ventilation without needing to open the doors fully.

Tilt & Slide Doors are a combination of sliding doors and the tilt and turn windows. These doors are also very secure thanks to a robust multi-locking mechanism. They provide a 5 star energy seal and are very secure. These doors are capable of a very wide opening.

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uPVC Double Glazed Tilt & Slide Doors

Features & Benefits of uPVC Tilt & Slide Doors

FEATURES

  • A sophisticated system for smooth door movement
  • Minimalist frames will suit any property
  • Up to 1.7m in width is possible per one panel
  • Up to 2.4m in height is possible per one panel
  • Maximum of 2 panels
  • Elegant hardware
  • Little to no maintenance required

BENEFITS

  • Extremely good noise and thermal qualities
  • Completely eliminate rattling or draughty doors in your home
  • Enjoy excellent visibility and natural light without foregoing comfort
  • Can be used in flight pats and areas of high noise

Tilt & Slide Door Custom Configurations

Why uPVC Tilt & Slide Doors are simply a better choice

10 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

Reduce your
energy bills

Thrermal
Efficiency

Cut out external
noise by up to 95%

Protect against
extreme weather

Low maintenance

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uPVC Double Glazed Tilt & Slide Doors?

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uPVC Double Glazed Tilt & Slide Door Colour Options

When building or renovating, selecting the colour scheme for your home’s interior and exterior can be one of the most exciting decisions you make, it can also be one of the most stressful!

You naturally select the colours for your roof, walls, flooring, and more, but it is very important to consider your window and door colours as these are a long term investment that can blend with your home or become a feature in the design.

Our premium uPVC doors are available in nine on trend frame colours. Apart from frame colours you may be surprised to learn that you can also choose different glass options and handles.

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Dual Colour Options

Dual colour doors have different colours combinations for the internal and external parts of the frame. Many homeowners prefer them because they offer additional customisation by allowing them to create a different look for the inside and outside of their home.

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Anthracite Grey

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Nut Tree

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Golden Oak

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Premium White

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Aluminum Grey

Colour Inside: White
Colour Outside:
Ash Black

Colour Inside: Anthracite Grey
Colour Outside: White

Colour Inside: Nut Tree
Colour Outside: White

Colour Inside: Golden Oak
Colour Outside: White

Colour Inside: Premium White
Colour Outside: White

Colour Inside: Aluminim Grey
Colour Outside: White

Colour Inside: Ash Black
Colour Outside: White

uPVC Door Glass Options

Available in 4 Door Glass Options

Clear
Clear is the basic glass most commonly used in windows and doors. It provides high transmission of light.

Frosted & Black Privacy 
Ensures privacy by making it harder to see through the glass. This type of glass is commonly used for bathroom windows.

Low-E
Low-E, or low-emissivity, is designed to minimize the amount of infrared and ultraviolet light that comes through your glass, increasing the thermal efficiency providing a more consistent interior home environment.

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