The Hi-Finity sliding aluminium patio door is the epitome of modern design, combining the ultimate in contemporary aesthetics with outstanding performance.
This state-of-the-art structurally glazed slimline aluminium patio door offers the possibility of floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glass, an ergonomically designed handle and a concealed locking system. For the discerning householder or architect who wants the very latest in contemporary design and ultimate performance, the Hi-Finity sliding aluminium patio door sets a new benchmark of excellence.
Our slimline aluminium sliding doors can achieveindustry-leading sizes, which can make for an amazing feature in your home. The large glass panes with their ultra-slim frame profile will allow for a completely unobstructed view into the garden. The sleek slimline design will suit any contemporary or modern property, leaving a long-lasting impression on your guests.
Equally at home in a modern grand design as in a more traditional property, our sliding aluminium patio doors will add character and style to any room. Hi-Finity doors are structurally glazed, meaning the structure of the door is in the glass and not the surrounding framework. This means that this door is designed so that the ultra-slim frame can be concealed behind the surrounding wall, making wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling glass a real possibility.
As well as offering the ultimate in contemporary design and cutting-edge performance, our Hi-Finity sliding aluminium doors will become a feature of your property as well as opening your home to glorious panoramic views.
Year of market release: 2013
Green technology: YES
It has a Minergie module certificate. Minergie is a Swiss sustainability label for new and refurbished buildings. Comfort is at the heart of this label: the comfort of the users living or working in the building. This level of comfort is made possible by performing building envelopes and the continuous renewal of air. Minergie modules are selected and certified components and component systems in Minergie quality. They are the building blocks of the Minergie house, yet the use of Minergie modules is not mandatory. In addition to aspects of energy consumption, modules also meet other important criteria: usability, mechanical strength, ease of maintenance and economy.
Usually not used for low-cost family houses and similar types of buildings. Solid sub-construction (concrete, bricks, solid wood, steel etc.) required. In standard version it cannot be used as a fire protection structure, but could be done on project basis.
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