Welcome to the sliding door evolution whose time has come. Architects and designers are looking at new ways to approach the challenges which one faces when incorporating sliding doors and windows. There is a lot more to take into consideration than your ordinary hinged door, especially if you throw a few variables into the mix, taxing the ability of the door engineers to solve potential problems.
This is the new sliding door evolution, pressing the envelope beyond your parent’s sliding door into an entirely new sliding door revolution. This new generation of sliding doors includes sliding doors which can be immense in size, made of a variety of available materials, including wood, the most difficult genre of sliding door making material due to its propensity to move according to changes in the environment causing the wooden sliding doors to warp.
Sliding door warping is probably the top reason why sliding doors fail, which can lead to damage to the sliding door’s finish, hardware, or even the supporting structure. Good news for entire companies who service sliding doors that fail, bad news for the people, companies, and organizations which paid top dollar for a uniquely designed, highly functional sliding door.
Top-of-the-line high-end sliding doors and windows are expensive and when a client pays a lot of money for a one-of-a-kind door that no one else has, their performance expectations increase exponentially. They think if they pay that kind of money for a sliding door, it should be high precision, fully functional, have characteristics that separate it from less expensive over-the-counter doors, and most of all fail-proof. Which, until now, was too much to ask for.
The most discerning architectural sliding door designers and engineers can now create a high-precision sliding door made of any material that outperforms any traditional sliding door, bar none, thanks to inventor, Peter Sing’s patented Sing Core. Sing knows how to build large non-warp sliding doors.
If your sliding door has Sing Core inside, you can create a large solid composite core door (up to 50 ft. or more) that can be lightweight (1/3 the weight, or less, of other door solutions), yet stronger than steel pound-for-pound (660+ PSI). Beyond lightweight and high strength attributes, you also can enjoy an Eco-friendly sliding door solution which also offers, full insulation for increased sound deadening and climate control capabilities.
Exterior Sliding Doors
Sliding doors on the exterior of a structure are by far the most problematic because these doors face the most dramatic of circumstances, with one side facing the structure’s interior and the other side potentially (or fully) exposed to the elements. This is a recipe for sliding door disaster. The more extreme the conditions on either side of the door, the more potential for failure due to warping.
With Sing Core inside your sliding door, you can rest assured that your sliding door is not going to warp. In fact, the inventor himself, personally guarantees each door will not bend, twist, warp, or otherwise fail (including the structure) for 50 years. This is unheard of in the door industry until today. Sing Core is responsible for making some of the most extreme doors in the world possible.
Now, you can have a fine one-of-a-kind custom high-end sliding door manufactured just for you, with all the bells and whistles you could possibly imagine, even if your design calls for an extremely large sliding door opening, fully-backed by Sing 50-year no-fail guarantee.
Therefore, you find Sing’s doors in the most predominant locations throughout the United States, from beneath the sea (US Navy) to outer space (NASA) and everywhere in between. Sing Core is changing the way door engineers and sliding door companies create the most highly advanced sliding doors in the world. This is the next evolutionary step in sliding door technology.
Yes, you find doors with Sing Core inside in the most expensive multi-million-dollar homes (like this one), and amidst the campuses of Fortune 500 companies, sophisticated science labs, universities, and are more rapidly appearing in the modern designs of industrial and military installations, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find Sing Core inside your residential home.
Sing Core is now getting the interest of real estate developers, not just the multi-million-dollar spec home builders. It is not unusual to see door shipments of 700 sliding doors being loaded onto trucks for delivery from Sing Core’s factory located in the Pacific Northwest’s Washington State to the newest real estate development(s) which could be near you. We work with construction companies and help them win the bid for quantity commercial door orders. and often help direct inquiries to help match Sing sliding doors for homeowners.
You may be living in a condominium or apartment and have a sliding door with Sing Core inside and not even know about it. And if you don’t have a sliding Sing door, maybe you should be thinking about joining the sliding door revolution and getting one for yourself.
Not surprisingly, most of the sliding doors with Sing Core inside ship to the Eastern seaboard, with most of them landing in the greater New York area where the specific characteristics of Sing’s invention are most heralded among the high-end contemporary architecture and design firms, even reaching the highest location possible on the top floor of the One World Trade Center.