SAN FRANCISCO - NanaWall says its Framed Folding Glass Wall BEARricade will help custom home builders and homeowners to bring the outdoors in, yet keep the bears out. While the new model is designed in aluminum, NanaWall also manufactures its accordian-fold and sliding doors in wood. 
 
"There’s nothing like a house in the woods, until it’s discovered by bears," says NanaWall, a San Francisco based business with headquarters in Germany. NanaWall models are designed to open wide to aesthetically erase indoor/outdoor boundaries, yet also fends off the most persistent and resourceful bears.
 
The NanaWall BEARricade provides all the attributes of a NanaWall opening glass wall—indoor/outdoor lifestyle, fresh air ventilation, and open views—now with bear-resistant strength added to its list of unmatched performance attributes. This system is specifically designed for security and strength while providing large glass openings, up to 38-feet wide, and unequalled weather protection.
 
“With their immense weight and large stature, bears learn to enter homes by pushing open French doors, windows, and even breaking the glass on typical sliding glass doors," said NanaWall Systems CEO Ebrahim Nana. "The NanaWall BEARricade offers a unique design that provides unparalleled strength and durability to keep bears and other wildlife out.”
Solarlux, based in Biussendorf, Germany, is represented in the U.S. by Nanawall in Richmond, CA. 
 
The NanaWall BEARricade is equipped reinforced structural posts and impact-rated, laminated glass provide unparalleled strength that resists a bear’s ability to collapse the glass panels. A secure multi-point tamper-resistant locks engage with the turn of a handle and shoots the concealed lockbolts into the head track and floor track for a secure multipoint connection. The bottom shoot bolts have a one-inch throw for maximum security. NanaWall Floor Supported Technology provides long-term, easy operation by carrying the main weight of the panels on the floor track.  

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