Types of Sliding Doors Charleston SC

This article describes the various types of sliding doors available for you to put in your home. Typically hung with rollers that are attached to the door panels, sliding doors roll along tracks attached to wall openings, top and bottom.

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Greenville, SC
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Rock Hill, SC
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Surfside Beach, SC
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Glass Sliding Doors Add Light And Interest To Your Room

Sliding doors offer many benefits, including sleek design and efficient use of space. With sliding doors, there is no need to accommodate the swinging space required by hinged doors, and sliding doors offer flexibility in terms of the open space they cover. While many sliding doors come in standard sizes, there are varieties made to adjust to different widths – closet doors are a common example of this type of sliding door.

Typically hung with rollers that are attached to the door panels, sliding doors roll along tracks attached to wall openings, top and bottom. Manufacturers of sliding doors supply the requisite hardware for installing the doors, including simple installation instructions. Most contractors are well familiar with this popular style of doors, used in many residential remodels and new builds.

Here are several types of sliding doors:


Glass doors are ever popular for creating large window-like areas that allow entry to outdoor areas, such as patios and balconies.


Sliding doors that resemble louvered doors or shutters are often used effectively to cover storage closets.


Pocket doors are wonderful solutions between rooms , such as dining room and library, or bedroom and dressing room. The tracks are hung between the walls, so when open, the doors are invisible

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