Sliding doors are a seamless, elegant door installation for any space. A choice that can stand the test of time, demands minimal installation space and can fit into any property. Enhancing elegance and a good source of natural light, sliding doors are aesthetically appealing and offer ease of access to your property.
Our Sliding Doors are manufactured by Hi Lite Aluminium Products and have a superior build quality. The doors glide quietly and smoothly on a non-corrosive roller system. They have a strong, durable, aluminium frame designed to keep the weather on the outside. Better still, they look great.
Hi Lite Aluminium sliding doors are fashionable and cost-effective. They are perfect for alfresco access, plus they allow your home to be filled with natural light. These doors cope brilliantly with the most demanding of West Australian conditions.
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Types of Sliding Doors
Glass Sliding Doors
Glass sliding doors are the most popular sliding doors in the market. Found in a number of variations across residential and commercial properties. Acting as a great source of natural light and heightens views. Ask our team of door experts on custom glass sliding door options today!
Sliding Screen Doors
Like the name, sliding screen doors are reinforced mesh or security screens installed on horizontal panels complimentary to glass or aluminium external sliding doors. Securing your property from insects and intruders all whilst letting fresh air into the property.
Aluminium Sliding Doors
Aluminium sliding doors are glass sliding doors with an aluminium frame, offering a sturdy, long term door installation for your home or office. Ideal for external installations.
Internal Sliding Doors
Aesthetically pleasing, these internal sliding doors act as a divider within the property. Minimalist installation ideal for your theater room in a home or the perfect transparent divider to a meeting room in an office space. This option gives an open space element to the property with a touch of privacy.
External Sliding Doors
External sliding doors are glass doors that are installed on the entrances of the property. Ideal for the back patio, laundry area, entrances of residential and commercial properties.
- Durable, low-maintenance, easy-clean aluminium profiles
- A comprehensive 10 year warranty for your peace of mind
- Easily coupled to the Hi Lite range of windows and doors
- Keyed deadlock fitted as standard
- Fully adjustable, non-corrosive ball bearing roller system for smooth panel operation
- After installation, reversal of sliding panel configurations on 2-panel combinations
- High-quality corner gaskets at frame joints for superior sealing: no air or heat leakage
- Full compliance with Australian Building Standards 2047
- Can be fitted with Invisi-Gard Security Screens
- A wide range of fashionable powder-coated finishes
- A variety of panel widths
- Any combination of up to 6 panels
- A variety of opening configurations
- ‘Sump sill’ for demanding exposure conditions
- Residential or commercial grade
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What is an external sliding door?
Any sliding door that leads to the outside of the building
How do sliding doors work?
Sliding doors slide along the horizontal rails it’s placed on. The top and bottom railings secure and hold the weight of the doors, giving you the ease to open and close the door with ease.
Why do sliding doors get stuck?
Sliding doors get stuck in the rails due to dirt build-up or blocked railing. Check to see if the railing is holding in too much muck or dirt. Also, see if something is blocking the door from sliding through like a pebble or tiny objects. You can avoid this by cleaning your sliding door rails on a regular basis.
How much do sliding doors cost?
Sliding doors can cost anywhere in the range of $400 right up to $5,000. As you can see above there are many different types of sliding doors and prices can vary greatly depending on type and quality. Please get in touch with us for an obligation free quote and one of our team members will be happy to consult you on the pricing of sliding doors.
Where can I buy sliding doors?
There are many budget stores and hardware stores where you can buy sliding doors but they mostly lack the quality. If you are looking for good quality sliding doors, Perth Window and Door Replacement Company are the right business to source your new sliding doors.
Are sliding door handles universal?
Generally speaking, there is a variety of sliding door handles available, but it also depends on the brand and type of your product. Because of the way sliding doors work, the variety of handles is not as diverse as your normal door handles for example. Give us a call to discuss your sliding door handle requirements.
Can you put curtains on sliding glass doors?
Yes it’s definitely possible to hang curtains over sliding glass doors and it’s actually not a whole lot different to hanging curtains up over a window. All you need is a curtain rod that fits the size of your sliding door and brackets to hold the rod up in place. Due to the sunrays coming into your home and the damage and fading it causes to your furniture and floors over time, it’s advisable to put curtains on your sliding doors.
Can a sliding glass door be repaired?
It depends on the kind of damage we’re talking about. If the sliding doors are hard to open when the wheels are not adjusted properly anymore or if you have build-up dirt in the tracks it can definitely be fixed, but if the damage is more severe, you might have to look at replacing your sliding glass doors. Explain the problem to our experts and we should be able to give you an answer over the phone.
Can you change sliding doors to French doors?
Replacing sliding doors with French doors is possible from a technical perspective. Depending on your property and interior design, it might just be the perfect solution to give it a fresh look. The main thing to consider here is that French doors or any hinged doors for that matter, require some space when you open the doors, i.e you must place any objects away from the door so the French doors can be fully opened.