Are you planning for a new home or renovation project? If so, there are so many ways to incorporate an ActivWall moving window, wall, or door into your design. Here are a few ideas for inspiration. When you are ready to start customizing your ActivWall product, request a quote, and our sales team will be happy to help you open up your space!
This modern lake home under construction in Washington has a fantastic view from every room.
The kitchen features a 90″ x 60″ ActivWall Gas Strut Window to serve guests on the large deck.
The window is finished in a black powder coat with a saddle sill.
We cannot wait to see this gorgeous home when it is complete!
The units are finished in a black powder coat with matching hardware and the Pivot Door features a brushed nickel full-length handle.
This homeowner in New Jersey converted their unused two-car garage into a cigar bar for entertaining guests.
By replacing the original roll-up door with a five-panel ActivWall Horizontal Folding Door, they brought in natural light. They also created a more versatile space as the door can be opened by just a few panels or all the way.
This unit is finished in a white powder coat with matching hardware.
When renovating their sunroom in Virginia, this homeowner replaced standard windows with a five-panel ActivWall Horizontal Folding Door.
The unit is finished in a black-powder coat with matching hardware, and it opens out onto their back patio for fresh air and convenient entertaining.
American-engineered hinges and motion hardware ensure the smooth operation of the system.
The designers who renovated this mid-century modern home gave it quite a transformation while preserving the architectural design.
The units are made with thermally broken aluminum with insulated glass to keep the heat out in summer and the cold out in winter.
This homeowner used a three-panel ActivWall Horizontal Folding Door to separate their main living space and sunroom.
The unit is finished in a dark bronze powder coat with matching hardware.
This configuration is a Center Fold which enables the panels take up less room when closed.