Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What makes Pivot Doors different?
A Pivot door differs from traditional doors in one crucial way. The hinge is offset from the frame of the door, which allows it to be bigger than a door with a traditional hinge. The Pivot hinge is set on the top and bottom of the frame using pins, and the door revolves around it. While the size of the opening is only as big as the distance between the hinge and the other side of the door, it has the appearance of being much larger due to the side of the door that is on the other side of the hinge. Also, Pivot doors fit into modern, contemporary, and transitional architectural styles because of their unique hinge system that separates itself from the pack. It contributes to the flow of sleek, modern homes.View All FAQ