Interior or exterior, with or without glass, gliding or hinged, natural or manmade material – there are lots of choices you have to make when selecting a door. Chapman Windows Doors & Siding knows doors inside and out, and we can help you navigate all the options to find just the right door for any function. Why don’t you contact us for a free consultation today?
French doors offer a timeless elegance to any home. These double doors come in swinging (hinged) or sliding formats so that you can choose the right profile for your room. French doors can be installed as exterior doors to bring in light and open up access to the outdoors, or they can be used to connect interior rooms for airy transitions.
Sliding doors offer a clear view and access to the outdoors with space-saving configurations. French sliders have two operating panels that glide apart along a track for a wide opening and lots of light. A contemporary patio sliding door has one operating panel that glides along a track in front of a stationary panel. A door wall offers a large-format indoor/outdoor transition with several configuration options. Bifold door walls have hinged panels that fold to one side of the opening. A multi-slide or lift-slide door wall has sliding panels that stack together to one side or store in a pocket space in the wall. Sliding doors are a great choice for an easy traffic flow between indoors and out.
Pocket doors are a great space-saving option when a swinging door just won’t do. These single or double doors are constructed to slide on a track into a recessed space in a wall – in essence they disappear, leaving an unobstructed passage. Perfect for narrow spaces or where you want an uncluttered look.
A barn-style door hangs from hardware mounted to the wall above the door opening. The door glides on wheels that roll along the top of a rail and rests in front of the wall when not in use. It functions much like a pocket door without the need for opening up a wall. They are available as single doors, bypass doors and bi-parting doors, which glide open to opposite sides. Barn doors can also be used in semi-open floor plans as dividers to create temporary “rooms” like a guest nook or work space.
Bifold doors slide along a track and fold against the door frame for a space-saving solution. Often seen in bathrooms, closets and pantries, these versatile doors can be incorporated into any room. Door walls with a bifold design use hinged glass panels that open up an entire wall of living space to the outdoors.
Do you need help finding the perfect door? Chapman Windows Doors & Siding can guide you through the process of finding just the right door or help you design a custom door that meets all your needs. Just let us know how we can help. Contact us today for a free consultation or stop by our showroom.