Glass doors

Glass doors have become an increasingly popular choice in modern environments, both residential and commercial. These design elements offer a unique combination of functionality and style that blends perfectly with contemporary interiors. Their transparent elegance opens up new perspectives of design and light, creating a fluid connection between spaces.


workplace natural light

Natural lighting in work or home spaces plays a vital role, and the adoption of glass doors offers a number of significant benefits. Not only do these doors embody a modern, cutting-edge style, but they also help give rooms a vibrant brightness, providing them with a feeling of spaciousness and openness.

Particularly popular in commercial and office settings, glass doors promote smooth communication between different areas, creating an open and welcoming environment. The ability to attract natural light is a crucial aspect, not only to improve visual comfort but also to promote the physical and mental well-being of employees and customers.

It should be emphasized that the benefits of glass doors are not exclusively limited to professional environments. On the contrary, they prove to be a highly versatile and aesthetically pleasing choice for domestic spaces as well. Thanks to their ability to diffuse light evenly, these doors add a touch of elegance and create a bright and welcoming atmosphere inside any home.

Easy assembly for an elegant solution

Although Ermetika does not manufacture glass doors directly, the company offers a range of accessory kits designed to adapt its counterframes to any type of glass door, thus ensuring versatility and compatibility with different styles and requirements:


The Glass Kit, for flush to wall solutions, available for single and double glass doors, is made up of a glass door stop column, wooden compensating profiles, aluminum casing, adjustable brushes and pliers to be applied directly to the panel without drilling.


The Sliding kit, for traditional systems with jambs and architraves. Accessories are available for these systems, such as the Easy-Stop for glass doors, which consists of a system for slowing down the closing of the door, and the Simultaneous Opening for double doors, a mechanism for synchronizing the opening and closing of the door.

Maintenance and safety

In addition to their undeniable aesthetic appeal and ability to enhance the brightness of rooms, glass doors require special attention with regard to maintenance and safety over time. It is important to consider the durability of glass transparency and adopt proper cleaning practices to avoid unwanted scratches or dullness over the years. In order to preserve the aesthetic integrity of the doors, therefore, it is necessary to use products appropriate for the type of door to be treated in order to prolong the beauty and clarity of the glass over time.

From a safety standpoint, each door undergoes strict inspections before it is installed. In fact, glass doors can be fitted with tempered or laminated glass, which gives the structure greater impact resistance and reduces the risk of injury in the event of accidental breakage.


The costs of a glass door

Investing in a glass door can add a touch of elegance to a room, but it is crucial to consider several aspects that influence costs. Elements such as the type of glass, size, thickness, style and design play a significant role in determining the price. Typically, you can expect to spend between €120 and €500 or more, depending on the workmanship and additional customisation. 

An important aspect to keep in mind is the choice between a single or double door, which is particularly relevant in larger spaces. In addition to influencing costs, this decision impacts the aesthetics and functionality of the door. Before making a decision, it is advisable to reflect on your personal needs and tastes. In this way, you will be able to choose a glass door that not only meets your design expectations, but also fits perfectly within your budget.