A balcony door has a nice narrow frame, and is sometimes called a window door, as it is popular, e.g., in bedrooms where extra exit is wanted. The balcony door is also popular in multi-storey buildings in which a turn-tilt function is advantageous.
ADVANTAGES OF BALCONY DOORS
Suitable for, e.g., bedrooms, patios, and multi-storey buildings.
Comes as outward and turn-tilt element.
Available in 2- and 3- layer glass in wood or wood/aluminium (but not turn-tilt).
CHOOSE BETWEEN TWO OPENING FUNCTIONS
The balcony door can be made as an outward-opening door, or with a turn-tilt function. I.e., two different opening functions. This type of balcony door is often referred to as a turn-tilt door. The turn-tilt door’s opening functions are activated via the handle on the side door’s side frame. The two opening features are especially popular with multi-storey buildings, as the outside of the door can be easily cleaned from the inside. The narrow frame of the balcony door allows for greater light in the home.
(the wood/alu Daylight versions can be seen in the pictures)