Our Stable Doors, also known as Barn Doors or Dutch Doors: these wooden doors can open either as a normal whole door; or you can open just the top half independently. This is effectively using the door as a window as well. Pretty cool doors hey? This feature is very useful in the olden days for horses, but today we find many useful functions, usually at the back of our homes.
Stable doors, Dutch doors or Barn Doors (tomartoes, tomatoes! 🙂
- Winkhaus lever lever for stable doors
- 3D adjustable butt hinges (Click here to see adjustment instructions).
- locking system is a highly rated Winkhaus hook bolt SBD system with a 3 star high security cylinder
- 102mm Slide Bolt to connect or separate the top and bottom
- either a timber cill with aluminium drainage channels or a low aluminium threshold cill, which is suitable for disabled access.
- externally glazed with 17mm wide putty shape glazing bead (if required, internal glazing also available)
- fully weather sealed
- all timber panels are insulated with special materials sandwiched in the centre for maximum energy saving
- u-value = 1.5 W/m2K (Measured on Redwood items)
- laminated Safety glass for the same price as Toughened glass, for better sound insulation (as available)
- no warping – Engineered solid centres only, not visible faces, to ensure no warping and no joining marks are visible to maintain the beauty of the timbers grain
- 56mm leaf thickness
- CE Marked EN 14531-1 2006+A1:2010
- any glass type or style
- excellent high security options available
- wide variety of accessories in your choice of colour
- arched or swept heads, arched frames or bars.
- astragal Georgian bars at 22mm (made to look like separate glass units)
- trickle Vents in any colour to suit regulations/ventilation needs
- custom architraves
- can either be called Dutch doors, stable doors or barn doors.
Could a Stable Door Be Right for Your Home?
Stable doors, also known as Barn Doors or Dutch Doors, are becoming increasingly popular as a versatile door type for homeowners. These wooden doors can open either as a normal whole door, or you can open just the top half independently, allowing you to use the door as a window as well. In this article, we will explore the different ways you can use a Stable Door and why?
The History of the Stable Door: Where did this unique door type come from?
The Many Uses of the Stable Door: How can a stable door be used in modern times?
Conclusion: Is a stable door right for your home?
A stable door can be a great addition to any home. With its unique two-door design, it can be used as both a regular door and as a window, giving you more options for natural light and airflow. The classic style of the timber doors, Barn doors, and garden doors also add to its charm and aesthetic appeal. All in all, if you’re looking for an interesting and versatile door that stands out from the rest, then a stable door could be the perfect choice for your home.
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