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Sydney’s Aluminium Stacking Door Experts

Stacking doors operate much like sliding doors, with the key difference of having more panels and allowing for a greater opening, as these panels slide to one end where they stack as layers.

Stacking doors create the possibility of having an entire wall of your room letting light through and functioning as a window when the doors are closed and creating an opening of up to 2/3 or 3/4 of the wall, depending on how many panels you use.

Invite nature in to your space by adding this additional dimension to your living area. Do you have an amazing view of a quiet garden, valley, city, or other majestic site? B&W Windows and Doors’ stacking doors will allow you to maximise the view, enjoy the airflow, and soak in the light.

These low maintenance doors will keep your home feeling fresh and keep your monthly energy bill low because of all the natural light and temperature control you get from being able to open and close each panel. Stacking doors maintain excellent water and wind protection year-round and offer an elegant framework and an effortless sliding system for your home.

Our stunning aluminium stacking doors are made-to-measure to enhance your property. All stacking doors are manufactured to your specifications within our purpose-built aluminium windows and doors factory in Sydney.

Browse our stacking and sliding doors gallery to get a better understanding of what these doors can do, and view our 4000 Series, 1000 Series and Heavy Duty varieties. For more information or to get a quote, contact our team.

Advantages of Stacking Doors

  • Stacking doors can allow huge amounts of natural light through to flood your space.
  • They provide an opening area that is much larger than other door options.
  • In addition, they are fly screen friendly, so you can have proper ventilation without all the insects.
  • These doors can help you control the temperature of a room as you can open one or more of the sliding panels.

Disadvantages of Stacking Doors

Stacking doors tend to have less opening space than bi-fold doors, but still have more of an opening than traditional sliding doors.

Close up image of black closed aluminium stacking door with 3 panels

4000 Series - 3 & 4 Track

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Close up image of 4 panel aluminium stacking door

3000 Series - 3 Track

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Interior of house with evening view and doors installed with heavy duty aluminium stacking doors

Heavy Duty

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