The system offers incredibly narrow 20mm frames and panels up to 3m wide, making it a hugely popular choice for those undertaking home renovation or extension projects. With such slender frames between the glass, the system when closed maximizes both the views out and the amount of light they let in, enabling homeowners to create bright and contemporary living spaces.
When open the doors are slid back they are capable of creating huge unobstructed openings, connecting a house with its garden and seamlessly extending the living space out onto the patio and beyond.
Speaking of the award Richard Hunter, IDSystems’ Managing Director, was thrilled, saying “We know that theEDGE2.0 is a fantastic product and demand from our customers has been incredible over the past 18 months despite the impacts of COVID-19, but to pick up a national industry award like this is a huge achievement for the business – even more so when you consider it is our fourth award in just seven years for products across our range of systems”
“We are grateful to the judges for award, this company has come a long way over the past 20 years and to be consistently be recognised as having the best products on the market is a huge credit to all our staff and the hard work they put in,” Hunter added.
The system has proven to be an incredibly popular choice for self-builders and renovators, and was included as part of the design of the Build It Self Build Education House at Graven Hill in Bicester where a 3-panel set of doors connect the open-plan kitchen with the patio and garden.
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