FAQ: Fitting Sliding Doors
Whether you’re fitting sliding doors for a built-in wardrobe or as a room partition, our range includes a number of styles and finishes. If you’re struggling to find the right solution for your space, our sliding doors FAQ page can help answer some common questions.
How do I figure out what size doors I need?
When measuring the space you want to fit with sliding doors, you’ll need to tell us the depth, height and width of the space. Measure the depth of the opening in two places, allowing at least 620mm for interior wardrobe systems. Then, measure the height in three evenly spaced locations across the opening. Finally measure the opening width near the top and bottom.
What tools and materials will I need?
To fit sliding doors, you’ll likely need the following tools:
- Tape measure
- Power drill
- Spirit level
- Allen key
Be sure to check the instructions for your specific project.
Fitting sliding doors over entryways
If you’re fitting sliding glass doors as a room separator, Allen keys will be included; along with wall plugs, screws and an adjustable pin wrench.
Our sliding glass door systems can be installed onto any suitable reinforced stud wall. You can find step-by-step guidance for sliding glass installation in our instructions.
Can I get more help fitting sliding doors?
Absolutely! All our sliding door wardrobe systems and sliding glass doors come with step-by-step installation guides - you can view and download them from our website. Read how easy it is to install our wardrobes yourself here.