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Celebrate the space-saving pivot door

This slim-framed triple-glazed design has an innovative opening mechanism instead of hinges so it needs less room to operate

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Maxlight pivot doors offer sleek and contemporary good looks and are available in a variety of configurations.
Maxlight pivot doors offer sleek and contemporary good looks and are available in a variety of configurations. Credit: Architects Poulsom Middlehurst / photographer Adam Scott

Maxlight pivot doors use a unique mechanism, which means no hinges are required.

As they need less room to open and close than standard doors, they are suitable even for smaller rooms where they can help maximise what space is available.

Maxlight pivot doors are aluminium-framed with a new triple glazing system and, like all the company's products, are available in a wide choice of colours and coatings.

They can be powder coated to any standard RAL colour in a matt, satin, gloss or non-standard finish. Choose from a variety of handles and sizes to create a door that complements your design.

Elegant and contemporary, Maxlight’s pivot doors make a great addition to any modern home, flooding rooms with light and energy and bringing the outdoors in.

Whatever the size of your project, our team of designers and craftspeople can help maximise the space. 

  • Slender sightlines mean lighter interiors and a better connection between inside and out.
    Slender sightlines mean lighter interiors and a better connection between inside and out. Credit: Titus Construction
  • Mix and match: Maxlight pivot door and Maxlight sliding door.
    Mix and match: Maxlight pivot door and Maxlight sliding door. Credit: Paul Archer Design / photographer: Andy Stagg
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For more information and technical support, visit maxlight.co.uk


Contact:
0208 896 0700
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