Inline Door and Panels
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”Inline” means that the door and panel are touching each other at 180° degrees or in a “straight line.” The opening on an “inline door” is usually too large for a single door. To remedy this, we put a stationary panel next to it. The most common inline design uses a door that has wall mounted hinges with a stationary piece of glass. If your opening space is larger than 60”, we highly recommend you use ½” thick glass for less flex in the stationary panel or use a header system with pivot hinges. The “header system” will also allow us to center the door and use stationary panels on either side of the door. We would also recommend using a header system when the door is not mounted to the wall. Needless to say, we’re not very big fans of hanging a heavy glass door off of another piece of glass, especially if we don’t have to. Please visit our inline gallery and click the “start customizing your door” button and see if your design or opening looks similar to one of the photos or design layouts. If not, don’t fret! We can manufacture anything you need! Just tell us your size and desired design and our technicians will send you over what we feel looks and functions the best for your situation.