People often wonder how to choose the right glass door. There are several things to consider, first of all the structural aspects, i.e. the available space and the materials used in the finishing and furnishing. At the same time it is important to consider the style of the furnishings in order to select a door design that best matches the architectural philosophy of the project. Last but not least, the choice of a glass door may be motivated by the need to facilitate the passage of light between the various rooms in the house.
For the design of an elegant and refined home, glass sliding doors system are often a great solution. Interior glass doors are characterised by a clean and modern design and are suitable for all kinds of rooms.
We have already discussed the reasons for choosing a glass door in this previous article, but today we will find out together how to choose glass door panel that is compatible with Ermetika’s products. There are many different glass finishes for interior doors, which is why our company is prepared to provide all the necessary accessories to fit any sliding glass panels into our frameless or traditional counter frames.
Sliding glass door prices:
Glass doors can be customised in various ways, starting with the colour, passing through the finishes and finally the many designs that can be made on its surface. You can create geometric patterns, prints, carve children’s drawings or shapes, insert embossed decorations, floral patterns, etc…
This level of customisation means that the price range for this product can be hard to define. In general, you can consider an average price that is certainly a higher than that of the standard wooden doors, but that is still totally feasible!
Kit for frameless systems
The Glass Kit, available for single doors and double doors, consists of jambs for glass panels, wooden compensating profiles, aluminium casings, brushes and adjustable clamps to be applied directly to the panel without drilling holes.
This accessory is ideal for custom-made doors that require more attention to detail and might be more delicate. For industrially purchased doors, which are usually supplied with their own specific kit, we also have the Glass Reduction Kit available, consisting of a jamb, wooden compensating profiles and brushes. Still referring to frameless pocket doors, we would like to remind you that the opening limitation buffer must be applied to regulate the movement of the panel inside the pocket.
Kits for traditional systems
Mounting the glass panel on classic interior counterframes with jambs and trims is even easier. You only need to get our Glass Door Clamp Kit available for a maximum thickness of 12 mm.
For these systems, there are accessories such as Easy-Stop for glass doors, which is a slowdown closing system, and the Simultaneous Opening accessory for double doors. The Simultaneous Opening is a mechanism that synchronises the opening and closing of the panels, which produces a very interesting effect.