Your interior sliding doors can have either of two designs for the overhead rod that holds the glass panels
Most people, when they think of sliding glass doors, think of those that lead outside to a patio. A great use of glass doors, but hardly the only one.
Think about your home. What if glass separated the living room from the dining room, or the dining room from the kitchen? What about a glass entry to a sunroom or closed-in porch? Think about a translucent separation between master bedroom and bath that lets in light. How about tinted glass closet doors? What if glass separated the many activities going on in a large basement room, keeping it from looking chaotic? Do you want a sectioned-off home office, but need to see into other rooms? Is there anywhere that needs to look open and spacious, but would benefit from more defined space? The wall that isn't a wall. This affordable touch of luxury is not just for large homes, but also for smaller single family homes, townhouses, and apartments.
So what would this be like?
Interior glass sliding doors and panels from Dulles Glass and Mirror are made of thick, sturdy, tempered glass in your choice of clear, tinted, and textured. They look clean and contemporary because they do not have frames. Instead, minimal hardware holds sliding doors from overhead. The glass doors can be exactly the size you need and can include stationery glass panels on the sides that can even go around corners. Even unusual corners. The decision on the exact layout, the measurement, and the installation are quick and easy. The glass is carefully custom made to your exact specifications. With all our glass manufacturing right here on our site, turnaround is fast.
And nowadays you hear so much about using safe material to construct and furnish your home, how important it is to avoid anything emitting harmful vapors. With some recently invented products you have no idea what you are getting into. This issue is of particular concern for households with young children.
The materials that are safe in a home are often those that have been around a long time—wood, stainless steel, masonry, ceramic, cloth And glass.
So go look around your house. Where would glass add something special? Then call Dulles Glass and Mirror, even at the early “what if?” stage. There is no cost and no obligation. You will get complete details about how to integrate this very special material. Before now you probably never thought of using it.