Everglade Windows Adds Premium Aluminium Sliding Door To Its Range With aïr 180XLS

by | Nov 21, 2023 | Aluminium

Everglade Windows has launched the aïr 180XLS lift & slide door, a glazing solution with ‘extremely low U-values’ that will help installers meet the future demands of the home.
Alongside its impressive energy efficiency credentials, the 180XLS also benefits from 50mm interlocking sightlines, 2000 Pa wind resistance, sash sizes up to 3m x 3.6m, 400kg weight limit per panel, and PAS 24 certification as standard – leaving no element compromised, says the company.

Jay Patel, director at Everglade Windows, discusses the product launch, saying: “We all want to be a part of encouraging change for the better, so with the government’s ambitions of achieving Net Zero by 2050, we wanted Everglade Windows to be at the forefront of delivering a solution. The whole team have put a lot of effort and time into making sure we supply our customers with a superior product that not only delivers on-trend aesthetics, but performs to the highest level too.

“Coupled with an innovative design and superb technical performance, the aïr 180XLS benefits from our 43 years’ experience of not only manufacturing windows and doors, but working closely with installers. This means we know exactly what they need to not only exceed regulations, but elevate their offering to their customers.”

With energy performance levels equivalent to the Passivhaus Standard, the new aïr 180XLS lift & slide door not only boasts highly-engineered frames and polyamide thermal breaks, but the specially manufactured doorset achieves U-values of 0.8 W/m2k and helps installers exceed current building regulations, all while being sleek and stylish in its design.


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