This 17,000 sq ft luxury new build located in a quiet, private road demanded Solarlux Cero Sliding Doors in Sunningdale to complement the grandeur of the property.
We worked closely with Octagon Developments on this project, ensuring we offered the best solution to encase the envy-inducing leisure suite, complete with a spa, sauna, steam room and treatment room. While the indoor swimming pool is protected from the elements during the winter months, this stunning space enjoys a full wall of Solarlux’s sliding doors, offering the most exclusive of indoor/outdoor living during the warmer months.
We also installed the same sliding doors to the open planned kitchen and family room, allowing for further seamless entry to the garden, creating a wonderful sense of openness and opulence to this amazing home in Sunningdale.
The Solarlux Cero II double glazed sliding doors have a slim aluminium profile. The frames are concealed into the floor, walls and ceiling. Despite their size, these doors glide effortlessly along the triple track and provide a seamless walk through to the expansive and mature garden.
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As homeowners, we continue to seek out simplicity, efficiency and beauty throughout our homes. It’s no secret that we are veering more toward the modern and contemporary in our style choices. Beyond looks, we expect high performance in the form of efficiency, functionality and durability and Solarlux Cero Sliding Doors in Sunningdale help to achieve this.
Here at Thames Valley Windows, we offer an architectural design service, which enables our clients to visualise in 3D their planned project for their property. We pride ourselves on customer service and our team will walk you through each step of your project, ensuring we deliver exceptional results that you will enjoy for many years to come.
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