Innovative Pocket & Sliding Doors For Any Home
Pocket doors, as well as sliding pocket doors, function by sliding into a pocket in the wall, creating an unobstructed opening that makes entering and exiting a room seamless and are an affordable design solution! Sliding doors bring innovative design features to a variety of homes, while pocket systems maximise the space your home holds, ensuring you have a spacious, retractable door system that doesn’t compromise your interior’s style.
The panels of the doors slide on an extended track into a pocket that can be found inside of your wall. This allows you to create a completely seamless opening that can connect one room to another, particularly your home and garden when the doors are slid into the door pocket.
Key Features of Sliding Pocket Doors
Our pocket door range from Door Supplies Online have lots of benefits and are a fantastic design feature. You can select the right door from a wide range of sliding door systems and accessories.
Key features of pocket and sliding doors include the following:
- Availability in a diverse range of sizes and fittings.
- Compatibility with sliding door hardware - fully retractable tracks.
- Advanced design features
- Provide seamless transitions between open/closed setting
- Traditional Japanese architecture.
- Installed by expert builders and architects.
- Brands from Eclisse, LPD and JB Kind available.
- Additional features include privacy locks, anti-slam functions and soft-close kits.
Are you looking for reliable and high quality doors? Then buy a pocket door with us!
Differences Between Pocket & Sliding Doors
We hold both pockets and sliding doors which can be installed in any home. The difference between an internal pocket door and a sliding door system is through their main functions.
They can be installed in existing walls, but they are most often installed in new construction because they require the cavity wall to be built around the track.
A pocket door slides into a hidden compartment that can be installed as a wall, or recess within an existing adjacent wall. A sliding door, however, does not have these mechanisms and is simply a sliding door (which are more suitable for connecting homes to gardens).
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Pocket Door Installation
Installing a pocket door is a great way to add a touch of sophistication to your home. However, it’s important to ensure that the installation process is done correctly and safely.
At Door Supplies Online, we offer professional pocket door installation services for all our products. Our experienced team of installers will ensure that your pocket door is installed correctly and securely, so you don't have to worry about having your new door installed.
The cost of doors in the UK can vary depending on the size, style and material of the door. Generally speaking, pocket doors are more expensive than traditional hinged doors due to their complexity and installation requirements. We have 5% off ALL orders over £750.
With our range of pocket doors, we can supply you with the correct pocket door for your circumstances. Using a pocket door for a bedroom with limited space would be a good idea as you can maximise the room that you have available.
When it comes to deciding when to use a pocket door, there are several factors to consider. Pocket doors are ideal for areas where space is limited, such as small apartments or hallways. They can also be used in larger spaces to create an open plan living area or to separate two rooms without compromising on style. Additionally, pocket doors can be used in bathrooms and bedrooms for added privacy and convenience
Yes, you can put a pocket door in any wall. However, it is important to ensure that the wall is strong enough to support the weight of the door and that there is enough space for the door to slide into its hidden compartment. Additionally, if you are installing a pocket door in an existing wall, you will need to make sure that there are no electrical wires or plumbing pipes running through the wall cavity.