Our door range has been carefully designed and engineered to deliver maximum design flexibility from the door sizes we can accommodate, to the understated and elegant design options we can offer.
With a choice of bi-folding, lift-and-slide, French, single and entrance door options, all available in a wide range of colours and finishes, whatever the project, we can help you deliver it.
The Decalu88 bi-folding delivers industry leading u-values of as low as 0.68W/m2k triple-glazed or 1.4W/m2k double-glazed.
Sightlines are minimal, giving the Decalu88 a contemporary premium aesthetic. With each sash able to accommodate weights of 200kg and up to 3m in height, the Decalu88 Bi-folding Door, also offers impressive design flexibility, while guaranteeing ultra-smooth running.
Combined with a range of dual colour options, textured and metallic finishes, it’s the perfect bi-fold.
The Decalu163 Lift-and-Slide Door combines stunning minimalist sightlines with effortless operation despite accommodating individual sash weights of up to 400kg.
Highly engineered, it means it can accommodate individual sash size of up to 3900mm by 3500mm and be comfortably manufactured to an opening of up to 4000mm tall by 3500mm long on a single-track option, or 4000mm by 7000mm, in a twin track configuration.
It’s available in a standard or slim interlock option and in Deceuninck Aluminium’s colour offer including dual-colour, textured and marine grade finishes (although we love it black!)
Manufactured in the same energy-efficient system as the Decalu88 Bifolding Door the Decalu88 French Door achieves the same industry-leading u-values of as low as 0.68W/m2k triple-glazed or 1.4W/m2k double-glazed. It also features the same ‘picture-frame’ aesthetic with equal sightlines on the sash.
With a wide choice of flush and glazed in door slabs, the Decalu88 Entrance Door is defined by contemporary sightlines and sophisticated styling.
It also delivers exceptional through-life performance with a maximum bowing tolerance of only 2.5mm under heat stress.
This means it won’t bow or stick, regardless of the temperature outside, removing limitations on door design, including the specification of dark colours on south facing elevations.