Re: Cavity sliding doors5
May 25, 2020 11:35 pm
I guess it comes down to the design.
It seems the more modern/cleaner designs either do away with, or have a much smaller removable pelmet.
Maybe the deeper ones help with draughts/sound, provided the bottom of the door seals as well?
Re: Cavity sliding doors6
May 26, 2020 9:15 am
99% of cavity sliders are done that way so that any adjusting can be done by removing those pelmets and using a spanner to adjust the door up or down. The one above sticks out so much because it has been painted a different colour ( unless that is only the prime coat ). Paint it the same as the rest of the architraves etc and it will blend in and not be noticeable.
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