Swing Type Glass Door

Swing door, also known as hinged door, is usually a single piece of large glass panel attached to a frame by two or more hinges.

Pros: Low maintenance, affordable and plenty of customization options.
Choice of frame material (glass, wood, metal), glass types (clear, frosted, colored, sandblast design), handles and lock options. You can also add auto close mechanism to enable soft closing of the door.

Cons: Require more space to swing open/close the door. While most hinged doors are installed to swing one way, options are available to enable the door to swing both ways.

Swing Type Glass Door

Swing door, also known as hinged door, is usually a single piece of large glass panel attached to a frame by two or more hinges.

Pros: Low maintenance, affordable and plenty of customization options.
Choice of frame material (glass, wood, metal), glass types (clear, frosted, colored, sandblast design), handles and lock options. You can also add auto close mechanism to enable soft closing of the door.

Cons: Require more space to swing open/close the door. While most hinged doors are installed to swing one way, options are available to enable the door to swing both ways.

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Fold Type Glass Door

Foldable door, also known as bi-fold door, is usually two (sometimes more) pieces of glass panel attached together vertically by a set of hinges. Normal installation includes a top and bottom track to guide the slide-fold movement of the glass panels. Top hung type installation is available for a more modern and aesthetically pleasing look.

Pros: Save space as it folds up to provide approx. 90% opening.

Cons: Some maintenance is required (to ensure tracks are well greased) and slightly more costly.

Fold Type Glass Door

Foldable door, also known as bi-fold door, is usually two (sometimes more) pieces of glass panel attached together vertically by a set of hinges. Normal installation includes a top and bottom track to guide the slide-fold movement of the glass panels. Top hung type installation is available for a more modern and aesthetically pleasing look.

Pros: Save space as it folds up to provide approx. 90% opening.

Cons: Some maintenance is required (to ensure tracks are well greased) and slightly more costly.

Slide Type Glass Door

Sliding door, also known as patio door, is two (sometimes more) pieces of glass panel to make up a single unit. 1 out of the 2 pieces is mounted to a top and bottom track that slides into the other fixed panel.
Normal installation includes a top and bottom track to guide the sliding movement of the glass panels. We also specialise in top hung only with hidden track installation for a more modern and aesthetically pleasing look.

Pros: Save space as it can slide together to provide approx. 50% opening. Requires no addition room to open/close

Cons: Some maintenance is required (to ensure tracks are well greased) and slightly more costly.

Slide Type Glass Door

Sliding door, also known as patio door, is two (sometimes more) pieces of glass panel to make up a single unit. 1 out of the 2 pieces is mounted to a top and bottom track that slides into the other fixed panel.
Normal installation includes a top and bottom track to guide the sliding movement of the glass panels. We also specialise in top hung only with hidden track installation for a more modern and aesthetically pleasing look.

Pros: Save space as it can slide together to provide approx. 50% opening. Requires no addition room to open/close

Cons: Some maintenance is required (to ensure tracks are well greased) and slightly more costly.

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