Sliding door systems most commonly found in our homes in our bathrooms wardrobes and particularly known for indoor use as they fit into small space and provide wide openings. Not all sliding doors are made up of glass it totally up to the taste and preference of consumer but the functionality always remains the same despite the material.
The sliding door structure is composed of a panel (of any material) attached to two rolling hangers that slide the door back and forth onto the rally to open and close the door.
The sliding door works by dragging the door panel on to the fixed horizontal rallies attached to the wall. The door hangs on two rolling hangers that help in the swift sliding of the door along the track. Sliding of the door doesn’t require immense force as long as the door attached to rally is made of heavy material. It is been recommended to choose lightweight doors for smooth application of the sliding doorsas heavy doors aren’t only difficult to operate but also bent or break the track on which it is suspended.
To avoid the swinging of sliding doors they have groove cuts at the bottom which slide along the plastic strip. One problem that occurs in the sliding door is the optical distortion which means it should have physical visibility to avoid careless collisions with the door.
Sliding doors allow us to see magnificent views outside of the house, apartment, or hotel from the comfort of our own location which gives extra prime look to the indoor if the outside view is extremely stunning. As well as it doesn’t occupy large space and comes in a variety of frames, sizes, and panels which makes it a perfect choice for modern constructions.