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Custom Pivot Front Door Modern Euro Technology Single with 1 Sidelite GD-PVT-L2 1SL24  60x96


This Model Collection 96 in. height

Sidelites are available in 12, 18, 24, 30" width and other custom sizes

Available with the option to accommodate (1) or (2) sidelights with the material, glass and design of your choice. The use of sidelights is a great option if your door opening is exceptionally wide.

Model Design External Dimensions (inches) Wood/Finish
GD-PVT-L2 1SL24 60x96 Single with 1 Sidelite Unit size: 87-3/4 x 99-1/2 - Slab Size: 60 x 96 in.

Shown sidelite size: 24"

Sidelites are available in 12, 18, 24, 30" and custom size

Mahogany Wood Veneer with Espresso Finish

This Pivot Door is Shown in

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• Pivot Door
• Latest European Technology
• Superior Performance
• Modern Style
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Modern Euro Technology

The door sandwich design includes stiles and rails made from solid European wood, thermal insulation board and layers of aluminum sheets and plywood in various wood veneers including Mahogany wood.

This design provides excellent thermal performance and overall product durability.

Our Modern collection delicately balances form and fashion to create a truly sleek appealing front entry way. Encompassing oversized door systems, flush doors, and floating paneled structures, allow us to custom craft any and all Modern styles to meet today's market demands. Crisp, narrow lines, large, uninterrupted glazed openings, and precise horizontal and vertical alignments, make these doors key elements in modern construction today. Our ability to provide custom designed units, combined with rich, solid hardwoods at affordable prices is what makes our Modern collection stand out against the competition.

Available Wood/Finish Options:


Mahogany Wood

Mahogany Wood, Earth Finish
Mahogany Wood, Walnut Finish
Mahogany Wood, Coffee Bean Finish
Mahogany Wood, Espresso Finish
Mahogany Wood, Dark Mahogany Finish
Mahogany Wood, Gun Metal Finish
Mahogany Wood, City Gray Finish
Mahogany Wood, White Matte Paint Finish
Mahogany Wood, Black Matte Paint Finish

Oak Wood

Oak Wood, Light Loft Finish
Oak Wood, Traditional Finish
Oak Wood, Earth Finish
Oak Wood, Walnut Finish
Oak Wood, Coffee Bean Finish
Oak Wood, Espresso Finish
Oak Wood, Gray Oak Finish

Shown with Hardware: HDWR-EURO-SET-RECTANGULAR-67-DALLAS


Hardware Suggested by Our Designers:

Hardware Suggested by Our Designers
Rectangular-Dallas Set Door Hardware Brand: EURO-LOCK
Rectangular-Dallas Set
Model: HDWR-EURO-SET-RECTANGULAR-48-DALLAS
$900
Rectangular-Dallas Set Door Hardware Brand: EURO-LOCK
Rectangular-Dallas Set
Model: HDWR-EURO-SET-RECTANGULAR-67-DALLAS
$950
Round-Luxemburg Set Door Hardware Brand: EURO-LOCK
Round-Luxemburg Set
Model: HDWR-EURO-SET-ROUND-48-LUXEMBURG
$860
Round-Luxemburg Set Door Hardware Brand: EURO-LOCK
Round-Luxemburg Set
Model: HDWR-EURO-SET-ROUND-71-LUXEMBURG
$910
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We use Door Hardware with Multipoint Mechanism

MuiltiPont-Lock DOOR HARDWARE WITH MULTIPOINT MECHANISM

Multipoint Lock Hardware has a variety of locking devices including Hooks, Roller, Roundbolts, Latch Bolts, Tongues, Shoobolts or a combination.

MULTIPOINT LOCK

Our comprehensive range includes multi-point locks for timber, plastic or aluminium. Key-operated multi-point locks by KFV are locked by a double key turn. Two turns are also required for unlocking.

All Multipoint Lock benefits at a glance:

 

Glenview Haus Door Collections incorporate styles from Modern to Heritage, offering your clients the highest quality of craftsmanship

A front door is a home's first impression. They are the first thing seen and studied while visitors wait for entry, and so they set the mood for the rest of the house. Clients want front doors that are welcoming, stylish and are a reflection of the individuals who live inside. Glenview Haus provides made-to-order wooden entry ways that give clients the ability to express themselves and their home with a beautifully crafted, furniture-grade entry doors. Offering styles ranging from modern to rustic, Glenview Haus has doors to fit every desire.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Pivot Doors

What are pivot doors?

Pivot Front doors are larger than typical Entry swing doors. Pivot Entry Doors revolve around a hinge that is offset from would be on a traditional Entry swing door. These Pivot Front Doors are visible from all sides and with all details on display. This Pivot Entry Door trend began in warmer climates where insulation is not a large factor in the design process. Typically, standard Pivot Front Doors are not well insulated, creating a draft in your home. Our custom Pivot Front Doors are built with the highest quality draft-resistant products to withstand extreme Chicago temperatures in the Summer and Winter months. With a double rabbeted jamb, these doors are not only well insulated, but they are incredibly secure and are high performing when it comes to protection.

What are multipoint locks used for Pivot Doors?

Multipoint locks serve the purpose of increasing security, increasing insulation, and reducing warping. As the name suggests, multipoint locks are attached at several points instead of just one. While this provides several benefits, what we are most interested in here is warping since Pivot doors are larger and therefore more susceptible. The multiple locking points allow the door to be more anchored and greatly lower warping compared to regular locks.

Why do we use double rabbeted jambs on our Pivot doors?

Double rabbeted jambs address the downside to Pivot doors: lack of insulation. Due to the design of Pivot doors that many companies use, they allow for more airflow even when closed compared to doors with normal hinges. Our double rabbeted jambs address this issue. They allow the gap between the slab and jamb to be much smaller on the side, restricting airflow and improving insulation

How are Pivot doors special?

Pivot doors are special because they can be larger than traditional doors. The hinge is offset from the frame by a couple of inches, allowing the door to handle more weight. Pivot hinges are placed on the top and the bottom of the frame and the door revolves around it. So not only can the door be bigger, but it doesn’t feel as heavy because part of the door is on the other side of the hinge. Pivot doors are great for those who would like a larger front door, and they fit perfectly for houses with a contemporary, modern, or transitional architectural style.
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