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PVC balcony door T-Classic Slim RENO

Choose your color

  • Sheffield oak light

    Sheffield oak light

  • Woodec turner oak malt

    Woodec turner oak malt

  • Crystal White Structural

    Crystal White Structural

  • Cream White Structural

    Cream White Structural

  • Silver Grey Structural

    Silver Grey Structural

  • Silver Grey Smooth

    Silver Grey Smooth

  • Coal Grey Structural

    Coal Grey Structural

  • Coal Grey Smooth

    Coal Grey Smooth

  • Asteroid Basalt

    Asteroid Basalt

  • Black Smooth

    Black Smooth

  • Walnut Structural

    Walnut Structural

  • Solar Oak Structural

    Solar Oak Structural

  • Stripe Pine Structural

    Stripe Pine Structural

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27% more light!

Thanks to their slim design, T-Classic Slim RENO balcony doors allow more daylight into your house.
Renovation frames are used in situations when we do not have the possibility to interfere with the facade, especially during the renovation of old, historic buildings. Renovation frames mask old, wooden profiles of balcony doors from the inside. It is possible to install masking strips or angular profiles from the outside to obtain the perfect aesthetics.

Concern for the natural environment also means reducing energy consumption at home. With T-Classic Slim RENO balcony doors, up to 27 % more light reaches interior and more light means lower electricity bills.
Enthusiasts of elegance in modern edition will value slim and oval appearance of T-Classic Slim RENO balcony doors. Technology of invisible welding ensures the highest level of aesthetics.

  • Invisible welds
  • Oval edges

Choose an option for yourself

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Number of seals

3

Number of glass panes

Uw*=0,85

Thermal permeability of the window

Ug=0,7 withj a warm glass frame

Heat transfer coefficient for the glass panes

2

Number of seals

3

Number of glass panes

Uw*=0,98

Thermal permeability of the window

Ug=0,7

Heat transfer coefficient for the glass panes

2

Number of seals

2

Number of glass panes

Uw*=1,3

Thermal permeability of the window

Ug=1,1

Heat transfer coefficient for the glass panes