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Integrated Doors in Mooloolaba Residential Project | Centor

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Home renovation project

With the goal of building a dream family home for herself, her husband and her two young children, Jody set out to renovate a tired, brick home in a prime waterfront location on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The home, Jody's first renovation project, was completely transformed with walls removed and the floor plan changed as large windows and doors were added to let in light and capitalize on the views. Looking out to the water, the easterly home has nine sets of Centor's Integrated Doors, which are installed in the living and dining areas downstairs, as well as in the bedrooms upstairs.

Integrated Doors

Integrated Folding Doors was the ideal solution to a specific problem: the home experiences harsh sunlight and glare from the water in the mornings. Now with the light-filtering shade installed, the glare is controlled making the living area a pleasant place to be all day long. Meanwhile, using the blackout fabric upstairs on the two young children’s rooms has afforded the parents some extra sleep in the mornings: a door, a screen and a blind can actually improve your quality of life.

The clean design with hardware removed from the interior and equal panel frames on all sides of these integrated folding doors give you a gallery-quality frame around your view. Natural wood inside and long-lasting aluminum outside mean years of exceptional performance. When demonstrating the doors, Jody begins with the concealed hardware and moves onto the beautiful wood interior with the durable aluminum exterior, finally arriving at the grand reveal: the built-in screens and shades.

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