Less Dead Space for More Living Space
Traditional swing doors have long been the standard in home, office, and hospitality design. However, because of their sweeping door travel, a lot of space is rendered unusable, especially with bigger doors. Sliding door hardware systems, however, take up a minimum of space whether opening or closing—space that can be put to better use.
Here’s how to use sliding door hardware systems to save space and open up a building’s potential:
1. Keep Hallways Free Even With Multiple Doors Open
Use sliding doors in hallways with multiple doors to maintain access to all rooms at all times and prevent collisions from doors opening into passersby. Because a sliding door’s dead space due to door travel is only along the wall, it works especially well where there is multiple rooms opening into a single hallway as in retail spaces and clinics.Read more.