1. No Corner Post
With no need for a corner post, corner configurations from Weiland dramatically open up a space at any angle. Use a corner system for stunning architectural impact. Learn more
2. Disappearing Panels
With weatherized wall pockets, door panels completely disappear from sight. Panels can also slide along the interior or exterior of a wall.
3. Seamless Floor Plane
Why use a bulky trip track when you can use the AAMA rated flush track from Weiland? Seamlessly connect the indoors with the outdoors with peace of mind, so that your beautiful view becomes part of the room.
4. Expand The Opening
Use larger panel sizes with more glass area per panel to create a larger opening and reduce the number of stiles that block your view. Learn more
5. Block Unwanted Guests
Don’t let unwanted guests such as bugs and squirrels ruin an otherwise incredible view. Weiland has many integrated screen solutions that work with all kinds of configurations.
6. Creative Framing
Curved doors are unique and unexpected. Use them to give your view creativity and surprise. Learn more
Harsh winter weather brings all sorts of challenges to a project. Cold conditions test building projects across the country and place large demands on heat efficiency and performance. So is it realistic to use large glass sliding doors with a flush track in these kind of climates?
Yes, with Weiland!
Weiland’s aluminum wood liftslide door system is thermally broken and comes with an incredible 3/16″ flush track that is tested and rated for superior air and water performance. It means that you can resist some of the worst winter weather conditions, including high winds, rain, snow, and ice. So now you can enjoy an indoor/outdoor lifestyle year-round without worrying about the weather. Create seamless transitions to the outdoors with panel sizes up to 16′ high and system openings as wide as 60′, with any number of panels and configurations, and all with Weiland’s patented, performance rated flush tracks.
This year’s International Builders’ Show was a huge success. The show was back in Las Vegas, and it was great to catch up with those who hadn’t made it out to Orlando in the last few years.
We exhibited a big 13 ½’ tall liftslide door in our booth this year with a panel that slid along the exterior wall, demonstrating how a liftslide door can easily be used in a remodel situation or when a pocket can’t be accommodated. The single panel was 6’ wide, weighed over 500lbs and utilized our new flush handle. The booth was often three or four deep with contractors, architects, homeowners and dealers, some with blueprints to discuss specific jobs – what a nice change from recent years!
Thanks to all who made it out and stopped by to see us! For those who couldn’t make it to Las Vegas, please join us at the PCBC show June 5,6 in San Diego. Or call us to schedule your own private tour of the Weiland plant and showroom. We’re located just 45 minutes north of downtown San Diego.
Today’s issue of The Wallstreet Journal features Weiland Sliding Doors in ‘Airy, Sleek-and Really Loud’ by Anne Marie Chaker.
“[Margarette Lee] decided on sliding glass panels with aluminum frames, made by Weiland Sliding Doors and Windows Inc. of Oceanside, Calif. The six panels are each made of 1/4-inch thick white glass that offers privacy while still allowing light to come through.”
Mojo Stumer Associates won the AIA award for Best Interiors for the design of the urban apartment. The layout includes Weiland’s standard bifold, with a recessed track that creates a seamless transition between spaces when the door is open. The doors were provided by Ideal Fenestration. Read more online or get your copy at newsstands today!Today’s issue of The Wallstreet Journal features Weiland Sliding Doors in ‘Airy, Sleek-and Really Loud’ by Anne Marie Chaker.