There are two types of hinged glass door - READ OUR GUIDE TO DECIDE WHICH IS RIGHT FOR YOU - FRAMELESS GLASS or FULL GLASS
Single doors and French (double) doors.
Full glass doors are fitted into a standard doorway instead of a timber door. The glass comes with butt hinges and lever handles, or pull handles/pull knobs and roller catch.View Full Glass Doors
Frameless glass doors fit into the wall reveal. Hinges can be 'glass to wall' fixed or floor and ceiling pivot fixed. The doors usually come with pull bar handles or knobs.View Frameless Glass Doors
Hung on special glass door butt hinges, these are a simple way to replace a standard wooden door with a full glass door.
These are fitted into a standard doorway and have a special glass door latch and lever handles, or pull handles/knobs and a roller catchView Full Glass Single Doors
Installed into a standard timber doorway on glass door butt hinges, this is an easy way to replace wooden French doors with stylish glass doors. The main door has a glass door latch and handles, whilst the other leaf has a glass door strike box and bolt. Alternatively, both doors can have pull handles/knobs and roller catches.View Full Glass Double Doors
Double action 'glass to wall' hinges or pivot type hinges are used so that the glass door leaf can be pushed/pulled on both directions. Doors are usually fitted with pull bar handles or pull knobs. Hinges self close from varying degrees and also have a 'hold open'/'hold closed' function at each 90 degree position.View Frameless Glass Single Doors
Both door leafs are installed with double action side fixed or pivot hinges and pull bar handles or pull knobs. Either door leaf can be pushed/pulled singly or simultaneously. To use the doors in only one direction, a small glass door stop can be fitted to the reveal.View Frameless Glass Double Doors