Restrictions may be easing but working in private homes can still be a challenge, which is why Senior Architectural Systems has made its aluminium residential doors quick and easy to install.
Senior’s stylish Ali SLIDE aluminium sliding doors and its popular Ali FOLD aluminium folding doors have been developed to provide the perfect solution for busy installers, allowing them to complete work quickly and efficiently, and sure to leave their customers happy with the end result.
Both doors are supported by a simple-to-use installation guide and a range of flexible features. With adjustable rollers for a perfect fit, the Ali SLIDE aluminium patio door is easy to work with even at its largest leaf size of up to 2000mm by 2616mm. Helping to maximise daylight and offer wider views, a slimline version of the system is also available which has an interlock of just 50mm.
Senior’s Ali FOLD aluminium folding doors have also been developed with the trade installer in mind, with the installation guide illustrating how the shoot bolt, hinge jam and keep carrier can be quickly and easily adjusted. Design flexibility has been built in, with leaf sizes available up to 1300 mm wide and 2616 mm high and a range of different configurations available to suit a variety of projects.
Senior’s Ali doors may be quick to install but they also offer long-term benefits to give peace of mind to both the contractor and the customer. The robust and high-performance construction of the Ali door range is underpinned by Senior’s 30 years’ experience of being at the forefront of the aluminium fenestration market, with both doors engineered to offer years of trouble-free operation. Safe and secure, the Ali door range has been designed to meet the requirements of PAS 24, with Ali FOLD also accredited to the Secured By Design scheme.
Senior’s Ali door range can also help future-proof a project by offering exceptional thermal performance to keep energy bills lower. As the Ali FOLD door can achieve U-values as low as 1.19 W/m2K and Ali SLIDE can reach U-values of 1.64 W/m2K, both systems easily exceed the current building regulations.