Stacker Doors

A Stacker Door has two or more panels that slide in the same direction stacking behind a fixed panel. Sometimes they can have windows incorporated into the non-sliding panel of the door.

A Stacker Door has two or more panels that slide in the same direction stacking behind a fixed panel. Sometimes they can have windows incorporated into the non-sliding panel of the door.

Sometimes a Stacker Doors can be part of a post-less corner where two sliding doors meet in a corner without a post.

Stacker doors can also be recessed into a cavity or two combined to stack away from each other.

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