Euro-Wall Accordion Glass Partitions

Euro-Wall produces accordion glass partitions for both residential and commercial large openings. Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions are custom built for each individual customer and project which enables Euro-Wall to meet even the most challenging architectural applications. Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions allow for a seamless transition from the comfort of any room to the beauty of the outside environment. Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions are offered in many different panel finishes and color options. Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions  are offered in aluminum and many different wood clad options. Euro-Wall offers more panel choices than any other manufacturer, which allows Euro-Wall to meet or exceed thermal requirements for different climates anywhere in the world. Euro-Wall folding glass partitions expand the available options for accordion glass partitions placements, whether new construction, retro-fit, or remodeling of existing structures. Euro-Wall specializes in High Velocity Wind and Hurricane Zones (HVHZ) and coastal packages as well as standard climate options. In addition to our accordion glass partitions, we also produce sliding, stacking, pivot and French doors.


Why Euro-Wall Accordion Glass Partitions are Superior

  • Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions can span further; 56ft wide with unlimited panels.
  • Euro-Wall offers onsite factory installation assistance to help to insure correct installation of your Euro-Wall accordion glass partitions. Euro-Wall doors open and close with the ease of finger tip operation.
  • Euro Wall is number one in customer service, when you need us, we are there to respond to your questions about the production, installation or operation of your accordion glass partition systems.
  • Euro-Wall folding glass accordion glass partitions are warranted for 10 years, more than 3 times the industry standard.
  • Euro-Wall folding glass accordion glass partitions can be configured to allow a single or double active swing in doors in opposing directions, allowing egress without opening the entire door system.