Installing a retractable door is a great way to increasing the available floor space in any room of your home. Because the door withdraws back into its own housing, there isn't the need to reserve the additional space that a standard door requires to swing open and closed, nor the space needed for a regular door to remain open against the wall. Ideal for where space is limited you only use 3 inches of opening space.
This is the perfectl option for making small spaces larger. It can be used for any indoor application. This product is great because when it is not in use, it becomes virtually invisible. In addition, when in use, it provides the perfect privacy needs, yet when it is open, it provides the openness desired to create a large area. The fabric choices available are either semi-transparent or opaque (a non-transparent option).
The Advantages of A Retractable Door
A retractable door can add a lot of functionality and convenience to a home, due to the fact that it can be added in locations where a standard swinging door would be cumbersome or constantly in the way. Because a retractable door simply rolls back into its housing when they are opened, they are much more convenient and space-efficient than standard options. Extremely convenient and trouble-free, and will provide useful service for the life of the home. All Bravo products are high quality, little to no maintenance and are cost effective which is what makes them the ideal solution.
* Privacy when closed
* Open up living spaces when retracted back or open
*Drawn back when not in use
*Closet and doorway
*Retracts into its own housing.
Applications: Passage Door - Closet Door- Book Shelf Cover- Room Dividers - Room Partitions-Room Dividers
Bravo manufacturers retracting doors and retractable door & screens for almost any opening.
How to Measure
1. Use a steel measuring tape & Measure to the nearest eighth of an inch - don't round your measurements.
2. Reversing width and height when measuring. Width is the side-to-side measurement. Height is the top-to-bottom measurement. The width is always given before the height of the Door or window. For example, an order 48 x 72 would be manufactured 48 inches wide by 72 inches high. To avoid confusion, as you measure put a W next to width measurement and an H by the height measurement.
3. Not checking the measurements in three places on both the width and height of the door or window will cause in the wrong size. Use a ladder or stool to reach the top of high windows. Many windows are not square, so the width should be measured at the top, in the middle and at the bottom. Also check the height of the window in the middle and at both sides. When placing your order use the smallest size of the three measurements.
4. Not allowing for obstructions that will hamper the operation of the blind. The most common obstructions are inside the window frame are window cranks and handles. We can provide fold down window cranks for most windows.
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