Note that screen heights above 8' 6 to 10' can only be a maximum of 3' 3 wide.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the limitations of screen sizes?
2. Should NanaScreens be ordered before or after finish floor installation?
It is recommended that the NanaScreen be ordered after the finish floor is installed.
3. What color matches are available with screens?
Note that the NanaScreen is only available in some RAL colors, not pre-matched colors such as Pella, Marvin, etc.
Please contact NanaWall for specific NanaScreen color matches.
4. Does Airfreight mean I'll receive my order the next day?
No, airfreight does not mean next day.
5. When is a structural header needed?
Always, even floor mounted units need a structural header.
6. How are the availability, performance and warranty issues related to unit size handled?
Size charts are not just guidelines but need to be strictly adhered to for availability, performance and warranty purposes.
7. Why should I use a large operable glass wall?
For many architects and designers the reason is the WOW factor. When you open a large glass wall with ease, there is a change to the occupants' psychological aspect of the space. It is more inviting, more exhilarating.
8. What are your standard sizes?
We do not have any standard sizes. NanaWall products are custom sized to meet your exact specification. Of course the panel size should not exceed our engineered size chart shown in the beginning of each system section.
9. What if I want matching windows to the large opening glass wall?
NanaWall has matching Tilt Turn and fixed window systems to meet your design criteria.
NanaWall window and door handles are the same and we use the same profile (section) for a harmonious look.
10. Why are engineered and tested systems from a single source supplier important?
On exterior applications, it is very important that the movable wall used be able to successfully withstand harsh weather conditions. A system from a single source supplier that has been engineered and independently tested for air and water penetration resistance, structural deflection, thermal performance, and forced entry offers the best assurance.
Similarly, for interior applications, a system from a single source supplier that has been engineered and independently tested for sound performance offers the best assurance.