Summer Dreaming with the Sunflex 35 Slide & Stack
Now that we are enough into winter for everyone to start pining for summer (around a month..) I thought it would be nice to give you all some inspiration for some festive planning...
The Sunflex 35 Slide & Stack system is a perfect summer project, and a great one to start planning now. This post will explain all that the Sunflex has to offer as an in-between door and it's many benefits.
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As you can see in the image above, the slide & stack system works much as you would imagine, with one leading door with handles and then the remaining glass panels which slide accross the entire system and fold at either end of the door - leaving you with a completely open wall leading from one room to another whilst open or a seamless glass outlook to your garden room or conservatory.
Flexibility is key.
The Sunflex system is built as the ideal conservatory-home divider. If you're home needs ot accomodate a variety of tastes, and circumstances then the sunflex system is perfect. Unlike bifold doors (which are engineered for outdoor use), the sunflex system allows you to open as many panes of glass as you require, and position them according to what works best for you.
The slide and stack system shows off it's high calibre german engineering, as well as being one of the slimmest, most sleek doors that we supply with sightlines of just 40mm (the standard bifold door slightline - which is already minimal - is 150mm).
Whatever the weather...
The Sunflex system may have 'sun' in it's name but this door system impresses all year round and is the ideal project to get stuck into over the winter months - when it feels like space isn't on your side! And if you would like even more info - click here to watch a video all about how the slide & stack system works - or check out our features page.