SLIDING PATIO DOORS AND SWINGING FRENCH DOORS
LUXURIOUS PATIO DOORS
Affording easy access to the outdoors, this 3-lite sliding patio door in driftwood makes the work day fly by. Simonton® sliding patio doors are available in custom colors, styles and sizes.
By House Style: Traditional
By Door Style: Sliding Patio Door
Room: Living Room, Office
SLIDING PATIO DOORS
Also called gliding doors – 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.
AVAILABLE EXTERIOR FRAME COLORS
SIMONTON® SLIDING PATIO & SWINGING FRENCH DOORS INSPIRATIONAL PHOTOS
Living Room Patio
Sliding patio doors provide a scenic view, fresh air and access to your backyard, in this case, from the living room.
Fresh Look Sliding Patio Door
This patio door, with a transom above, allows light to flood this kitchen while the screen lets you enjoy fresh air anytime. Don’t stop at the door, take advantage of the space surrounding the door with additional windows.
Decked Out in Custom Options
Don’t stop at the patio door, in this case double hung windows with a colonial grid pattern. Amplify your space by surrounding your patio door with custom window options.
Cue The Gorgeous Perimeter Door
The prairie grid pattern on this sliding patio door accents the modern design perfectly in this urban dining room. When you shop for patio doors be sure to check out our grid patterns.
French Hinged Patio Door
Pair your custom patio door, this one a french hinged patio door, to custom windows and you can instantly transform your den or office.
Swinging Patio Door Entry
Patio doors designed to swing open can create dazzling drama and sensational style. Customize your doors and windows with grids to create your own design.
Patio Doors Make The Deck
New patio furniture? Check. New deck? Yup. Beautiful outdoor lighting. Got it. The last think you want to do is forget beautiful patio doors. They add the finishing touch.
Picture Windows and a Patio Door
Don’t stop at the door. When you add windows over your patio door, you’ll expand the use of space allowing more light into the room and also giving the door a grand effect.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF REPLACEMENT PATIO DOORS?
Sliding patio doors provide access to the outside, natural light and fresh air. Since these doors don’t require any additional space for operation, you can enjoy sliding patio doors in rooms of all sizes.
Due to their space saving operation, sliding patio doors are an excellent solution to save space in smaller rooms.
Our sliding patio doors include a screen, so you can leave your door open and enjoy a comfortable breeze without worrying about insects getting inside. Compare all the benefits of sliding patio doors in more detail here.
WHY CHOOSE VINYL SLIDING PATIO DOORS?
Simonton offers a selection of high-quality vinyl sliding patio doors.
Vinyl is a great choice for your home as it is virtually maintenance-free. It offers exceptional durability and energy efficiency.
Vinyl sliding glass patio doors are an affordable option for replacement projects and new home construction.
WHAT ARE SOME SIGNS IT'S TIME TO REPLACE YOUR SLIDING PATIO DOOR?
Whether you’re embarking on a home renovation project or simply looking to improve the energy efficiency of your home, there are several reasons you may want to consider replacement sliding patio doors.
Difficult to Open — If your door has become difficult to open, there are a variety of potential causes including roller damage, misalignment and frame damage.
Decreased Energy Efficiency— If your current patio door is contributing to increased energy bills and decreased interior comfort, you may want to upgrade to a more energy efficient
Leaks & Drafts— As your patio door ages, the frame and/or sash may warp over time. This change can leave your home vulnerable to leaks and drafts.
Glass Begins to Fog— When condensation begins to build between panes of glass, it’s an indicator that the seal on the insulating glass unit has been compromised. This will negatively impact the insulating properties of your sliding patio door.