Sliding Wardrobe Door – Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes. We supply matching tracks with all our sliding wardrobe doors at NO additional cost. You do not need to buy them separately.
Yes. We also supply matching tracks with our standard sliding wardrobe doors.
Our coloured glass sliding wardrobe doors are made from glass that is lacquered (painted) on the reverse side, and then laminated with a safety film that passes British and Europeans safety standards. Its the highest quality gloss finish on the market, and is completely scratch resistant.
You do not always need floor or wall liners, but they do frame the opening nicely and also give you an opportunity to square your opening by packing them out until they are vertical or horizontal. They are also a way of dealing with skirting boards on the wall. We do recommend them on the floor if you are installing on top of carpet, if your doors have soft close. Please allow for the thickness of the liners in the opening sizes you send to us – we will not allow for them, in case you are using them for other purposes.
Yes, strike plates, wall liners and floor liners are all basically the same thing. In simple terms they are a strip of mfc/wood that frame your sliding wardrobe doors, either on the floor or on the walls.
Yes, all of our sliding wardrobe doors and interior prices icluded VAT at the standard rate of 20%.
Made to measure sliding wardrobe doors are easy, as you simply screw the top track to the ceiling and the floor track on the floor, and you’re done. Side panels are also easy, but you will need to cut your panel to the correct height. Build downs (for small standard sized doors) take a bit more effort, so if you’re not a competent DIYer, then go for made to measure.
You don’t ’need’ a professional installer, but that’s not to say they won’t do a great job. All of our sliding wardrobe doors and interiors can be installed by a competent DIYer or a general handy person.
The largest and hardest installations can still be done in a long day. If you budget for a day and half of your handy man’s time, then you’ll both be happy with the result.
Most of the installation is a one person job, but the actual lifting of the doors upstairs, and the lifting of larger doors into the tracks should be done by 2 people.
We quote 3-4 weeks for made to measure, but we rarely require the 4th week, and 90% of orders are delivered within 3. Standard doors take a week less in most cases.
Our wheels adjust in height by up to 20-25mm, so the system can handle a sloping ceiling, floor or non vertical wall. That said, soft close works better with a squarer opening, so try to get them as square as possible, but don’t panic if they are not perfect.
Always measure your sliding wardrobe door opening in 3 places on the height, and provide us with the smallest. On the width, give us the largest. Remember ‘smallest on the height and largest on the width’.
Our concept is simple. We don’t have expensive overheads such as showrooms and pushy sales designers, and we pass those savings on to you. We manufacture the best range of sliding wardrobe doors on the market, and use the same, or superior materials than other sliding wardrobe door manufacturers, in fact some of them will be our customers, so you can be sure our quality will meet your requirements, even before you see the product.
We are happy to talk you though the process on the phone, but all orders go through the website for your data security. We don’t store any credit card data here. When paying through the website your details are verified directly with your card provider, and no information is seen or stored by us, leaving no opportunity for a security breach.