Sliding door added

Euroglaze has added Rehau’s Agila sliding door to its range.

The Barnsley based trade fabricator, which supplies installers and third party stockists across the UK, says the new Agila door is the obvious addition to its product portfolio, giving customers an exciting new alternative to bifold doors.

Euroglaze’s managing director Martin Nettleton said: “We pride ourselves on the fact that we fabricate probably the widest Rehau range in the UK – from vertical sliders to fire doors, and everything in between, ensuring that our customers don’t need to go anywhere else. As the Agila sliding door increases in popularity, they now have the simplicity of being able to source this door alongside their other Rehau frames from a supplier they know and trust.

“Our team have been trained directly by Rehau on the fabrication of the door, so we can guarantee that it will come with all the Euroglaze trademarks of quality craftsmanship, outstanding customer service and prompt delivery.”

Rehau’s Agila sliding door is targeted at the fast-growing sliding patio market and taps into the demand from both developers and homeowners for doors with slim sight lines which work in contemporary living spaces.

It is a flexible option available from Euroglaze in either a dual or a triple track configuration, with anything from two to six glazed panels. It can be used for openings of up to 5m wide and up to a maximum height of 2.4m.

The colour range include a choice of contemporary greys, alongside white, cream and more traditional rosewood and golden oak.

Hardware includes a D handle in a choice of four different finishes with a TS007 3-Star Sold Secure Diamond cylinder as standard. There is also the option of a 12-point locking system which is PAS24 and SBD accredited to meet the demands of Approved Document Q.

“I’m excited about this door because it has the potential to open up profitable new business for our customers, particularly in the commercial new build sector where it’s the ideal option for flats with balconies,” Martin said.

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