About Sliding systems

When you really want the ‘wow factor’, minimising the interruption of the view onto your outside space all year round, maybe you should opt for a sliding glass door system, rather than a folding door system.

So, what’s the difference?

The main difference between a sliding system and a folding door system is that, with a sliding system the view onto the external landscape is less obscured, because less profile (or mullion) is needed. One panel of the system will always remain as a dividing glass section within the opening – in contrast to folding sliding door systems which can open up completely.

ODC 300 sliding doors in motion

Whether floor to ceiling glass walls with minimal frame, a simple sliding door in an extension, or sliding walls of glass in shop fronts, the ODC sliding systems range is comprehensive and can accommodate the most challenging of designs. Our robust solutions can accommodate a single sash of glazing of up to 1000kg, with a height of up to 6m and a width of up to 4m.

All of our systems can be double or triple-glazed and are available in an array of configurations and opening options.

To help you navigate these choices, ODC’s team of experts will help you to make key decisions such as: how many glazed panels you would like for your system; what level of thermal insulation or ventilation you need, how narrow would you like the profile to be, and what kind of opening mechanism you prefer – slide or lift and slide. These choices will determine the best sliding system for your requirements.

Sliding systems gallery

Cero sliding doors open onto full-length balcony

High quality sliding doors system Cero installed in a kitchen in London

Sliding System Cero

Upstairs living area in rural location, with high weather performance sliding doors ODC 300, Studland, Dorset

Sliding door ODC 300

Home extended in Radlett, Hertfordshire installed with aluminium glass sliding door (ODC 30) and tilt-and-turn windows (ODC 50)

Sliding door ODC 300 and ODC 50 tilt and turn windows

windows ODC 75_43_ODC300 sliding doors

Weather resistance track for Sliding doors ODC 300

Sliding door ODC 300 track

Open plan living room in an Edwardian property with ODC 300 sliding doors installed

Sliding door ODC 300

A modern open plan kitchen extension to a period property, with a two-panel sliding door system recessed into the exposed brick to achieve simple lines and a clean finish

The Cero – the sliding slimline aluminium door system

Open planned living with weather resistance sliding doors in rural location, Studland Dorset

Sliding door ODC 300 and windows ODC 75

Floor-to-ceiling Cero system

Case study

view out to the harbour, with floor to ceiling slimline sliding system Cero in Poole, Dorset

Scenic view of Poole Harbour

The stunning location of this property meant that our clients were extremely clear in their requirements for this brief :...


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