Glazed side light fitted on left side of a steel door

Glazed Side Light

From £350.00 +VAT (£420.00 inc. VAT)

Our glazed side lights are the perfect way to extend your door width. Fully insulated and powder coated to match your door frame, our laminated toughened double glazing allows additional natural light to pass through while still maintaining security for your home or business.

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Sidelights are a vertical glazed panel that are typically fitted to external doors. Perfect to help extend your door width to fill a wide entranceway, they help to let more natural light into your home or office.

Available in a range of widths from 150mm – 1000mm our sidelights are made from 1.8mm galvanised steel and powder coated to your chosen colour. This allows for them to look like a natural extension of the door itself and gives a quality finish.

The satin opaque double glazing is made from laminated toughened glass, offering not only style, but security for your property. Supplied in kit form, they are easy to fit and supplied with everything you need to install with your door.

Our sidelights are reversible so can be used on either side of the door, or both sides if required. A frame extension can also be used on the exterior door frame side if additional width is required to fit in the opening when fitting a single side light.

PLEASE NOTE: Side lights are not suitable for use with high security doors (Ultra duty), or our fire rated and security certified door products as they have not been tested to the same rating.

Door Height (mm)

2020, 2065, 2095

Width (mm)

150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 950, 1000

Glazing Style

Clear, Satin (Opaque), Cotswold Effect

Glazing Type

Laminated toughened double glazed panels

Steel Gauge

1.8mm galvanised steel

Installation

  1. Assemble the side light frame
  2. Using the H frame, connect to the door frame
  3. With the fixings provided alternate between fixing from the door to the side light and the side light to the door
  4. Offer the assembled door and frame into the aperture
  5. Fix in place, making sure it’s fully plumb on the top and the sides
  6. Place the glazing unit in and use the metal fixing clips to secure in place
  7. Finish off by attaching the aluminium beading onto the fixing clips

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