Aluminum Framed Glass Doors and Drawer Fronts

Häfele Aluminum Frame Glass Doors custom made to your sizes. Choose from one of our many profile options that are available in two finishes: Aluminum Anodized or Stainless Steel. We offer an almost endless choice of insert options from Acid Etch glass, to back painted, to a picture of your pet and environmentally friendly resin panels. Simply let us know your door dimensions and your glass and profile choice and in three weeks we will ship your completed custom made doors.

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I replaced the doors and painted the frames. It

Came out great. I bought just door fronts and drawer fronts.
Tips:
I made a jig to drill the holes for knobs all exactly identical in the doors.
Make careful measurements to a 1/16 or even a 1/32 when ordering doors.
I bought one of these jumbo calipers at HF. It was very helpful for finding centers for drilling drawer knob holes.
The human eye is very good at seeing defects in symmetry

Yes, my furniture

Is all dark wood with the exception of the tv cabinet, and i have dark frames and a dark shelf up... also, the patio door and large windows all are older and are dark framed aluminum with white sills/trim... so some of that contrast is already there and will be there until (if) i someday buy new windows.
I'm really lost on a wall colour in this living/dining/main area because the kitchen is so green that i almost want to shy away from a green undertone in here... but also can't find anything that flows. Right now it is very very light cream from the previous owner and i do like it being light


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  • Avatar Ian Is it worth replacing a sliding aluminium security door with a more modern stronger one?
    Aug 03, 2012 by Ian | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    Hi all,

    I live in a block of units and own my unit. I live in the first floor so I'm above ground level but not very far at all really.

    I have a balcony with, at the moment, a diamond aluminium … Would you bother? The area I live in isn't a crime hotspot (Campsie NSW) but I'm at work all day and I dread the thought of someone breaking in - I've already had new good locks installed.

    Thanks
    Ian.

    • I imagine it's still harder to break than a window, and chances are if burglars are going to break something to get in, they'll break whatever is in the most secluded area. if this door is out in the open and generally visible, it's about as safe as a window. if it's in a hidden area where someone might have some privacy to try smashing it down... it might be worth replacing it.