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LaCantina Doors Blend Performance And Design In A New Class Of Multi Slide

Company to Unveil a New Class of Multi Slide at the IBS Show; Available in a Comprehensive Range of Material Options

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LaCantina Doors (LaCantina), responding to overwhelming market demand for solutions that help create more open spaces, brings to market a new class of multi slide and full range of swing doors. The company is now a single source for complete large opening door packages. 

Homeowners looking to renovate their indoor and outdoor spaces will notice the new class of sliding door has the same innovation, style, performance and quality found in LaCantina's folding doors. Performance without sacrificing the design aesthetics was critical in the development of LaCantina's new class of multi slide. 

High quality, custom-engineered rolling hardware and AAMA certified wheels allowed for a uniform, symmetrical low profile bottom rail. As a result, the new multi slide doors feature LaCantina's signature narrow stile and rail profiles used in the company's folding doors and new swing doors, providing a perfect match for a complete door package.

The company utilized the preferred features of the lift and slide door and incorporated it into their new class of multi slide, including a built in self-drainage weep system, robust panel widths, and wheels that support heavier weights. Customers will immediately appreciate the quiet operation, smooth performance and solid feel of these innovative new multi slide doors. 

The new class of multi slide offers weather resistant and flush sill options, a minimal one piece handle and lock with an exterior key, an advanced seal system and is backed by the company's industry leading 10-year warranty.  LaCantina Doors new multi slide door system underwent extensive air/water and structural testing, with results far exceeding the industry standards that are typical of multi slide products. All of these qualities and benefits equal the look, feel and performance of high end lift slides with multi slide functionality and value.

"LaCantina Doors new class of multi slide and swing doors provide our customers with the ability to work with one manufacturer to provide a solution to their complete door package needs and open space projects," noted Lee Maughan, President, LaCantina Doors, Inc. 

About LaCantina Doors
Since its founding in 1993, LaCantina Doors remains a pioneer in designing and manufacturing folding doors, offering the most innovative and comprehensive range available.   Dedicated to creating products that open spaces, LaCantina Doors' expanded product line includes a new class of multi slide and complete range of swing doors that utilizes the same signature narrow stile and rail profile used in our folding doors, providing a complete matching door package.

Designed and made in California, LaCantina Doors have contributed to award winning projects ranging from residential, retail, commercial, educational facilities, resorts and have become the preferred choice when it comes to products that open spaces.  LaCantina Doors are available across the US and Internationally.  For more information, please visit www.lacantinadoors.com

SOURCE LaCantina Doors

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