Stacking Doors

Stacking doors, also known as multi-stack doors or stacker doors are made up of several glass panels which are narrower in width than a conventional sliding door.  They can have anywhere between 3 – 6 panels. This permits the user to control the number of panels opened, which in turn controls the amount of light and air into a room. A stacker door is most suited to a setting with a wide doorway, such as an alfresco or patio doorway. They are fantastic for entertaining as they will maximise your space by bringing the outdoors indoors. They slide neatly away, one behind the other, to create a fluid transition for your indoor and outdoor entertaining areas. When closed, they create a wall of glass up to 6.2 metres wide. Imagine the light and views.

Stacking door Options

Perth Window & Door Replacement Company stacking doors are available in 3 and 6 panel configurations; the panels come in a variety of widths, depending on the size of you opening. We even offer a range of stacking doors with a 90-degree corner opening.

The 3 panel doors can be made to open to the left or to the right with multiple configurations available for 6 panel options. As the doors stack it’s important to forward think which side you would prefer them to stack to, or you may choose to have them opening to both sides. Stacker doors are available in a wide range of fashionable powder-coat and anodised aluminium finishes Our multi-stack doors can be customsied to suit you’re the style and décor of your home.

Security and Safety

For added safety, multi-stack doors should be fitted with security locks. Perth Window & Door Replacement Company fits stacker doors with security locks and handles.  For extra convenience, a common key can be supplied for sliding and security doors.

We can also add a screen door into most stacking door configurations. Perth Window and Door Replacement partner with Centor, who supply retractable insect screens and blinds, which can be paired with any stacking door. These screen doors run off the same tracks and allows a cool breeze to flow though the house when the doors are open, whilst keeping out pesky insects. Also, ask us how Low E Glass can pay for itself by reducing your energy bills.

Features:

  • Durable, low-maintenance, easy-clean aluminium profiles
  • A comprehensive 10 year warranty for your peace of mind
  • Easily coupled to the Hi Lite Aluminium Products range of windows and doors
  • Keyed deadlock fitted as standard
  • Full compliance with Australian Building Standards 2047

Options:

  • Fly screens
  • Invisi-Gard Security Screens
  • A wide range of fashionable powder-coated finishes
  • Residential or commercial grade
  • A variety of panel widths
  • 3 and 6 panel combinations
  • A variety of opening configurations
  • Open to the left or to the right

Simply give us a call to discuss your needs or alternatively, click the Quick Quote link below and we’ll get back to you with a Free Quotation as soon as we can!

Simply give us a call to discuss your needs or alternatively, click the Quick Quote link below and we’ll get back to you with a Free Quotation as soon as we can!

Frequently asked questions

You can have as few as three and as many as six stacker doors. The come in many configurations from all opening to the left or right to opening in the middle.  This all depends on personal preference and the shape and style of your home.

A sliding door is perhaps the most popular option when it comes to alfresco, patio or backyard door choices. Our aluminium Sliding doors consist of two glass door panels, one stationary and the other has the ability to slide open and shut.

Stacking doors are similar to sliding doors however usually have more than one panel that slides. They can come in many configurations with sliding options to the left, right and outward from centre. Stacker doors enable you to open up more outside space than with a sliding door.

A sliding door is perhaps the most popular option when it comes to alfresco, patio or backyard door choices. Our aluminium Sliding doors consist of two glass door panels, one stationary and the other has the ability to slide open and shut.

Stacking doors are similar to sliding doors however usually have more than one panel that slides. They can come in many configurations with sliding options to the left, right and outward from centre. Stacker doors enable you to open up more outside space than with a sliding door.