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kenwah
Just perfect !
   
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Angela

aaand now we have this:

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Central Glass and Aluminium

If you are wanting a seamless transition, plan for it before the concrete or slab goes in. Once you have set the slab it is difficult and costly to add rebates for the doors to be set down and allow a seamless floor line - nothing is worse than having to step up and over tracks. this is a close up of the rebated sill of our Artisan bifold installed by working with the owner and builder early in the process, this look can also be achieved with any other door or window, planning just needs to occur - want more information get in touch

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