It's important to consider the energy efficiency, durability, safety, and aesthetic appeal when you choose a sliding patio door to be installed in your home. Patio doors often come in two varieties: sliding units and the swinging French doors. Both are beautiful and functional in unique ways.
Sliding glass doors come with large glass area and rather narrow frames. This configuration allows you to gaze at your backyard and surrounding landscape without even leaving your home. The perfect combination of framing and glass also captures views so nicely.
Sliding patio doors are also called gliding doors and are designed to open horizontally with at least one operating panel and one stationary panel. These space saving patio doors are easy to clean and use, making them a great addition to your home. Because the glass panels slide effortlessly to the side, you can easily go outside your patio or inside any room in your home.
The unit doesn’t require swing space so it won’t interfere with entryways or nearby furniture. Aside from framing a picturesque view, sliding glass patio doors complement most contemporary home styles.
Simonton® Sliding Patio Doors and Swinging French Doors come in a wide range of colors and finishes that will enhance your home’s curb appeal. They also use high-quality glass packages that help with insulation inside the home. For maximum energy efficiency, the glass has special coatings that reflect heat and harmful rays, keeping your home cool during hot days and warm during winter.
Our sliding patio doors also ensures your safety with a reach-out locking system that fits the units tightly into the jamb. This not only creates a secure lock for optimal safety but also ensures a tight seal for better weather protection. In essence, sliding patio doors make a cost-effective investment and is a great addition to every home in Southern California.
California Replacement Windows offers SIMONTON® Sliding Patio Doors to all of its residential and commercial clients in and around Pasadena, Riverside, South Bay, Orange County, Inland Empire, Anaheim, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach and surrounding neighboring cities in Southern California.
Installing sliding patio doors provides an effortless way in and out of the home. Also, adding big windows such as picture windows to your space allows more air to flow throughout your home which is a huge plus. With this space being large enough to allow large surges of air to flow, it can improve your home’s indoor air quality.
When you add large windows to your home, you provide a better look and appeal to the inside and outside. Adding this feature to your home will not only add beauty and elegance to your living space, but it can be eco-friendly and energy-efficient as well! That’s why it’s important to choose the door you will want to look out of every day.
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SIMONTON® Windows and Doors are available at California Replacement Windows along with installation services.
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