2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 Made to measure doors (fully assembled)
Top & bottom track set, colour matching door profiles this includes a cover strip in the base rail to hide the screw fixings. (All top & bottom tracks are cut to size or if required to a measurement you request)
Door locators, these can be used if required to locate the doors in a set position.
Lifetime warranty certificate which is supplied for the running gear.
Full fitting instructions
Please note: Screws, and fixings are not included
What are wall liners?
Wall liners are strips of 18mm thick by 100mm deep x 2800mm long panels, they run the whole height of the sliding doors fixed to the walls.
These are edged along 2 long edges using the latest technologically advanced machines, we only use the premium PUR glue & PVC tape, Only the best will do.
The Wall Liners & board material is available in many different colours and texture options.
Wall liners can be added after the door configurator on the door designer tool.
Please note: If you have selected wall liners you will have to reduce the aperture width on the door configurator of the doors accordingly as this will affect your door width measurements.
We recommend you use them for the doors to close onto in those situations where skirting board is present impeding the door to close onto the wall. We recommend you cut a section of skirting board 102mm to allow the wall liner to sit against the wall with the skirting butting up to it, we recommend the use of panel adhesive to stick the wall liners to the walls to avoid visible screw heads. If your walls are not straight or parallel, you can pack behind the wall liners to make your opening perfectly plumb.
If your walls are fairly straight, you have no skirting board or you are using your own liners, you might choose not to use them, Simply de-select the wall liners when configuring your wardrobe. For more information on how to fit the wall liners, please Download our installation guide.
What are bottom liners?
Bottom liners are strips of 18mm thick by 100mm deep x 2800mm long panels, These are edged along 2 long edges using the latest technologically advanced machines, we only use the premium PUR glue & PVC tape, Only the best will do.
The Bottom Liners & board material is available in many different colours and texture options.
They run the whole bottom width of the sliding wardrobe door opening, between the wall liners. They are designed to run under the bottom track and provide a flat, rigid base for your sliding wardrobe doors to run on. We strongly recommend you use the bottom liners if your bedroom floor is carpeted, or not level.
Fit the bottom liner directly onto the floorboards, level it up by packing underneath if necessary and then butt the carpet up to the bottom liner for a professional finish.
It is not recommended to fit the bottom track directly onto carpet, as this can affect the rigidity of the bottom track and the free running of the doors. For situations where you have solid wood flooring or similar and no carpet, no bottom liner is needed.
Bottom liners can be added after the door configurator on the door designer tool.
Please note: If you have selected wall liners you will have to reduce the aperture width on the door configurator of the doors accordingly as this will affect your door height measurements.
Bottom liners are delivered to you 2800mm long, for any wardrobe widths larger than 2800mm we will deliver two bottom liners for you to join together.
We do, in our own factory in Hull. (Yes, a real factory, not a virtual one!).
We make your sliding wardrobe doors following strict Quality control. We offer more colour choices than any other competitor because we are the manufacturer of your product, not just a website selling someone else's products. We also control every aspect of your order. So, if you have any special requirements do not hesitate in contacting us.
Do your prices include vat?
Yes, Vat is included in all the prices displayed in our website at the standard rate. You can however view the prices ex Vat by setting the vat toggle or 'Off' on our wardrobe designer.
Who installs the sliding wardrobe door kits?
We do offer an installation service please contact us to discuss, however our made to measure sliding wardrobe door kits come with comprehensive fitting instructions and can be fitted by a competent person with simple DIY experience or your chosen carpenter/ tradesman.
What is the lead time on sliding wardrobe door kit from date of order?
Every kit is made to measure there is a current lead time of 5-12 days, that is the fastest in the UK we will contact you when your order is ready to arrange delivery. We do however offer an express service please contact us to discuss.
Do I have to work out my door measurements?
No, just follow the instructions on the measuring guide, and we will work out all your door measurements for you.
What measurements do we need to manufacture your doors?
Overall Width: Relates to the opening width taken in 3 places (the top, middle & bottom of your opening). Please enter the LARGEST of the 3 measurements in the OVERALL WIDTH box, this will ensure your door overlaps are correct.
Overall Height: Please measure your opening height in 3 places (left, centre and right of the opening) and enter the SMALLEST of the three measurements in the OVERALL HEIGHT box when you place your order to avoid the doors being too tight.
Can someone come out to give me a quote for measuring and installing some sliding wardrobe doors?
We do offer home visits to measure please contact us. Our products are supplied with outstanding quality at affordable prices.
Configure your wardrobe using our Door designer tool, Your price will be shown instantly on screen so no need for salespeople taking up your valuable time, you make your own choices in your own time, place your order online using our 100% secure server.
We deliver your made to measure sliding wardrobe doors to your home. We even give you a 1 hr delivery slot for your convenience
You or your tradesman installs the system following the simple installation guide. The doors are designed for the DIY market with simplicity in mind. Anyone with a few hand tools and competent DIY skills can achieve a professional look.
And don't forget, we are always at the other end of a telephone if you have any queries throughout the process. Email us.
Do you have a showroom?
We do. It is located on Gothenburg Way, Sutton Fields Ind Est, Hull, HU7 0YG. United Kingdom.
We are open:
Mon – Thursday 7am – 5pm
Friday – 7am – 3pm
Saturday - 9am – 1pm
We also offer showroom booking slots in & out of the hours above.
Feel free to pop in yourselves or send your customers down to view our wide selection of materials and finishes to help them decide on their order with you. At Concept we deliver an outstanding product with a quick turnaround at the best prices in the UK, cutting out the middle-man, pushy design/sales people and more importantly costs.
What kind of glass is used on our sliding wardrobe doors?
We use 4mm SAFETY BACKED glass whichis painted on the back and features a safety backing film on the painted side(back of the door). The aspect of this film is not perfect and some bubbles maybe present. Visual imperfections in the SAFE/SAFE+ safety backing film do nothave a negative impact on soft body impact resistance according to EN 12600 orare considered a fault. This safety film is necessary to make the glass, safetyglass and it is not visible on the door face.
What is the difference between standard glass, premium glass and satin glass?
All the glass used in the manufacture of our doors is 4mm SAFETY BACKED glass. The coloured glass has also been painted on the back before the safety backing is applied.
The mirror used (available in Silver, Bronzed and Grey) is also safety backed.
Premium glass is Low-Iron, this is an additional process that makes the glass clear as opposed standard glass which has a very slight green hue to it. Premium (low -iron) glass is mostly used when the backing colours are very delicate, i.e, Pure white, Cashmere, Chalk grey and all those colours where glass clarity is needed.
Satin glass, is Premium glass that has been acid-etched on the face, giving it a sand-blasted (Satin) finish as opposed to the gloss finish of standard and premium glass.