- Sliding Shutters
- About FlexiGlide
- Architects & Designers
Instead of rolling up vertically like traditional roller shutters do, FlexiGlide folding shutters fold away horizontally. They can stack to one side or, in case of a bi-parting shutter, to two sides.
One of the main advantages of folding shutters is that they stack away to the side. Typically they fold into a custom-built box with a door. And because they need only a 44mm high top track the opening they secure stays completely clear. Most people don't even notice a folding shutter is there when it's open.
Folding shutters have several advantages over traditional roller shutters. For example:
More reasons to use a FlexiGlide sliding folding shutter.
Compared to similar products, our FlexiGlide range of folding shutters is unique in several ways. The shutters get a lot of attention to detail during manufacturing and we use only high-quality parts.
The top-track is 20% heavier in construction than some comparable brands. It also has a smooth, rounded finish that's pleasant to look at. We use heavy-duty locking knobs and rollers, ensuring a longer life-span of the shutter. FlexiGlide folding shutters also have self-adjusting locking rods and stronger locking units.
FlexiGlide folding shutters store very compactly. They need only 134mm of stacking depth per lineal metre of opening; less than any other system.
We supply 6 styles or models of folding shutters. So there is a FlexiGlide for almost every situation.
For more information, also see this overview of FlexiGlide sliding shutter model types.