Eclisse Sliding Door Systems

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Eclisse Sliding Door Products

In our Eclisse sliding door range, you'll find both sliding door glass systems as well as sliding door kits. Our sliding pocket door system includes:

Eclisse Vetroglide Classic Sliding Glass Door System

Eclisse Vetroglide TECH Sliding Glass Door

Eclisse Vetroglide Minima Sliding Glass Door System

Eclisse Wall Mounted Sliding Door Kit and Pelmet Paris 2

Eclisse Wall Mounted Sliding Door Kit Paris 1

Types of Eclisse Sliding Doors

Typically, Eclisse pocket door systems are fitted to a wall thickness between 75 mm and 100 mm. Most Eclisse system doors are fitted into your wall cavity or pocket. However, if you don't have sufficient space for a pocket system, a false pocket can be created.

The Eclisse range includes single-door systems, but double-pocket kits are also available.

Where to Use Eclisse Sliding Doors

An Eclisse sliding pocket door system can be fitted anywhere you'd like to increase usable floor space. However, a flush pocket door system is typically installed in bathrooms. They're also good for en-suites, utility rooms, and walk-in wardrobes.

If you wish to make your home more accessible, a pocket system offers no restriction issues to those with limited mobility.

One of the best aspects of Eclisse sliding doors is how easily they can be installed. Once you remove your traditional hinged doors, you can fit Eclisse sliding doors within the existing standard door panel.

Sliding Door Systems FAQs

A pocket door system can be installed into any door size. Preferably, the finished wall thickness should be somewhere between 75 and 100 mm. However, a false wall pocket can be created if your finished wall thickness is above or below this.

A sliding pocket door system does not require a bottom track. However, if you want your sliding door to feel more robust, a bottom track can be fitted.

Sliding door systems are a type of door mechanism that operates horizontally by sliding along a track. Unlike traditional doors that swing open, sliding doors save space and offer a sleek, modern aesthetic.

Sliding door systems offer several advantages, including space optimization, modern design aesthetics, smooth and silent operation, and versatility in applications, such as room dividers or closet doors.

Yes, sliding door systems are versatile and suitable for both residential and commercial environments. They can be used in various spaces, including homes, offices, hotels, and retail establishments.

Most sliding door systems are designed for easy installation. However, it's recommended to have a professional installer for optimal performance and to ensure that the system functions correctly.

Sliding door systems are generally low-maintenance. Regular cleaning of tracks and periodic lubrication of moving parts, such as rollers, ensures smooth operation. The maintenance requirements may vary depending on the specific system and usage.

In many cases, sliding door systems can be retrofitted into existing door openings. However, it's essential to consider the space available and consult with a professional to ensure a proper fit and functionality.

While sliding door systems are commonly used for interior spaces, there are outdoor sliding door solutions designed specifically for exterior applications, such as patio or balcony doors.

Yes, sliding door systems often come with various customization options. This includes choosing different materials, finishes, and panel designs to match the interior design and personal preferences.

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