Lift and Slide doors bring a modern slant to the traditional sliding door that has been popular for years. Safe, attractive and convenient, they are the ideal solution for conservatories, living rooms and dining rooms when you want to make the transition between outdoors and indoors as seamless as possible.
As you might imagine from their name, lift & slide doors do what it says on the tin. They first lift slightly up on to the track, and then slide along it. Versatile and flexible, Lift and slide doors can operate on a single, double or triple track system allowing for single, 2, 3, 4 or 6 pane configurations to perfectly suit the needs of your property.
There are numerous benefits of Lift & Slide doors including:
Our bespoke aïr lift & slide aluminium range is massively versatile, combining higher performance with slimmer sightlines! Options for 47mm, 69mm and 83mm subject to panel sizes and visual preference. Standard u-values of upto 0.95 with triple glazing. Maximum panel weight of 300kg combined with sleek sightlines make this door the perfect choice for your contemporary project!
The SL 160 from Solarlux takes the Lift & Slide to the next level. Achieving an ultra-impressive overall u-value of 1.1 w/m²k and a maximum panel weight of 400kg the potential is endless! The additional thermal performance and increased structural rigidity of the door do mean it comes with a slightly wider sightline, but if you’re looking for strength and stability then there is no better door.
Internorm’s lift and slide doors are available in timber/aluminium, uPVC or uPVC/aluminium. The triple glazed panels are available in sizes up to 5,800 x 2,800 mm and slide smoothly and effortlessly, despite weighing up to 400kg. They can achieve ultra-low u-values of 0.64 W/m2K making them suitable for Passive House projects.
You may also be interested in reading our blog, ‘What is the Difference between In-Line Sliding Doors and Life and Slide Doors?’
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