Utilizing heavy duty, architectural stainless steel hinges and our robust door panels engineered for taller and wider openings, our new glass swing doors create more space than typical single and French doors. Our signature narrow stile and rail swing doors perfectly match our Folding and Multi Slide systems to create all-around balance and symmetry; the ideal solution for a complete door package.
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Our swing doors are taller and wider than your average swing door, ideal for larger openings and improved natural daylighting.
Carrying our signature narrow stile and rail profiles, our swing doors perfectly match our folding and sliding doors.
Durable double leaf bearing hinges provide greater support for large panel weights.
LaCantina offers a variety of sill options which includes our standard weather resistant sill, flush guide sill for smooth floor to floor transitions, and a ADA compliant sill for both interior and exterior applications in even the harshest of environments.
LaCantina features Cardinal Glass, the world's leading glass manufacturer with the ability to match any door and window package and meet any energy code requirement. Our wide range of glass options provide you with the highest level of comfort and savings year-round fit for any weather. Offering both dual and triple glaze options, our dual glazed Low-E tempered glass is standard on all LaCantina Door systems for better performance. LaCantina also offers Cardinal's latest innovation, Neat Glass, which is easier to clean, lower maintenance and more energy efficient.
For maximum protection against cold and hot climates, our thermal breaks offer lower u-factors, limits condensation, increases energy performance and reduces thermal conductivity.
LaCantina’s Swing Door systems have been tested certified to meet the 2017 Florida Building Code requirements for all areas outside of the High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) otherwise known as Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.