Wooden-Aluminium Balcony Doors

Large variety of sizes and finishes.

triple glazed windows

Modern and energy-saving, hoisted-sliding balcony door THERMO HS ALU are a perfect solution in the scope of balcony and terrace door. Thanks to the possibility applying glazing much larger than in the case of turn balcony door, rooms are optically enlarged and filled with natural light. The sense of open space is additionally enhanced thanks to the floor threshold, which makes and almost flat passageway from inside out, and creates an area devoid of architectural barriers. Depending on the customer’s requirements and architectural design, it is possible to install four door elements with movable or fixed leaves.

The most important parameter which defines the energy-saving level of the door is the overall heat transfer coefficient for the entire hoisted sliding door (Uw). The lower this coefficient is, the less heat the given house loses, which also means lower heating costs. Properly selected frame thickness and energy-saving, insulated triple glazing package allow to obtain outstanding heat transfer coefficient for the entire door, coming to Uw=1,00 W/m2K.

The best material and modern structure

The wood the hoisted-sliding door are made of is subject to very thorough selection, only timber with dense rings is selected.

In the case of the THERMO HS ALU line, the frame - together with the aluminium - is 206mm thick, whereas the leaf is 91,5mm thick. We make door using mainly pine, meranti or oak wood.

The hoisted-sliding balcony door THERMO HS ALU have additional protection of the wooden frame against adverse weather conditions in the form of aluminium cover plate, fitted to the frame, on the facade side.

The key advantage of the hoisted-sliding balcony door is their functionality. The applied structural solutions allow to obtain very large glazing, which exceptionally emphasizes architectural features. When closed, the door look aesthetically and let in a lot of light, open door take little inside space, as the leaf slides in parallel to the other one. This system guarantees confortable and quiet use, while requiring minimum force; the movable leaf can be put in any position and interlocked in a secure manner.

Balcony door THERMO HS ALU are a product which meets a series of requirements, which no other terrace door systems have met so far.

The THERMO HS door significantly increase the dwelling comfort and convenience – large glazing, minimum amount of space required to open the door quietly and remotely, as well as possibility of adapting the threshold to the needs of the disabled make them innovative, modern and highly functional alternative for the traditional balcony-terrace door.



Low-emission panes

The low emission glass decreases the temperature of the inside pane, which makes the room warm even at low outdoor temperatures.

The heat transfer coefficient for such glazing unit is Us=0,6 W/m2K


Absorptive panes

Antisol - decrease effects of sunrays, while providing splendid thermal insulation. They are recommended to be installed on southern and south-western facades of buildings.


Antiburglar panes

The anti-burglar panes are used when special protection of life, health or property is required. The external pane consists of two glued panels, between which several layers of antiburglar foil are placed.


Safety panes

They prevent injuries in the case of breaking the pane. They are characterized by increased impact strength. They are recommended to be used in sports halls, offices, commercial facilities, public buildings.


Sound absorbing panes

Sound insulation is ability to muffle noise. Increased sound absorbing power means muffling of noise by at least 38 dB. Windows equipped with glazing units with increased sound insulation are recommended for buildings situated near roads, airports, railway tracks, etc.


Reflexive panes

Reflexive (mirror) panes decrease effects of sunrays, and the mirroring effect protects privacy of the inhabitants.


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