Why Choose Superglide?
Superglide hand make quality sliding wardrobe doors in our National trust workshops using traditional methods. Superglide work to a high standard using top quality materials.
Superglide sliding wardrobe doors
Ordering our sliding wardrobe doors - step-by-step guide
2. The price shown in the top right is the base price for clear mirror wardrobe doors with a coloured frame. All the prices you see include VAT and FREE delivery so the price you see is the price you pay. Using the drop down menus choose the panel colours and frame colour you want. If there is an additional charge shown in a box add this to the base price. Move around the catalogue pages continuing to add other products you need such as end panels, front frame packs and interiors.
Q. How easy is it to order sliding wardrobe doors online?
A. It's very easy. All we need to know is the height and width that the wardrobe doors are to cover, two simple measurements, that's all.
Q. That sounds easy but surely we need some sort of frame?
A. That's right, if you do not have some sort of frame then the sliding wardrobe doors will touch the skirting board leaving a gap between wardrobe door frame and wall.
Q. How do you suggest we build a frame?
A. You can either use a softwood frame (4x1 inch timber? 100 x 25 mm) Available from any DIY store. Lay a strip up each wall and cut a length on the floor between them ( a Plinth) for the track to sit on . Measure between the uprights for the width and from the surface of the plinth to the ceiling. That's all we will then calculate the size to make the wardrobe doors.
Q. What if I am not going from wall to wall?
A. If you only have a house wall at one end of the space you intend to use, you will require a side panel. You may be able to obtain these from local suppliers or we can supply matching panels.
Q. Can I lay onto carpet or do I have to take it up?
A. You can lay sliding wardrobe doors onto carpet, onto bare floors, or if you are expecting new carpet in the near future onto existing carpet. Use a plinth in all cases, do not lay track directly onto carpet or bare floors. On carpet it supports the track and on bare floors it provides an edge to lay carpet up to.
A. Not at all. Most roof pitches are under 50 cm in width and a panel trimmed to suit will sort out the problem. You can then run sliding wardrobe doors from that to the opposite wall and you do not loose valuable internal space.