UPVC patio doors are a simple way to bring natural light and space into your home. They are versatile and value for money, with an easy gliding action and high energy efficiency. Our UPVC patio doors are of the highest quality, with a smooth and reliable action. We have a selection of colours, finishes, door handles and door furniture, in order for you to create an eye-catching feature for your home. You also have the option of choosing 2, 3 or 4 pane doors.The doors are fitted with energy efficient and toughened safety glass as standard, but you can also choose obscure and acoustic glass to suit your needs.
Safe and Secure
Our patio doors are all supplied with thermally toughened glass, making them incredibly difficult to break. Thanks to an internal glazing bead, the glass cannot be removed from the outside and another security strip stops the door from being lifted out of its frame. Doors have multi-point locking systems and key locking handles that comply with British Standards.
Draught Resistant and Thermally Efficient
Our UPVC patio doors are all fully insulated and provide a high resistance to draughts. In addition, there is a 20mm gap between the panes of glass, weather resistant seals and trickle ventilation to retain heat and maintain a constant temperature in your home.
Our installations are all guaranteed for 10 years, but we would expect your UPVC patio doors to last much longer!
Patio Door FAQs
Are sliding patio doors easy to break into?
Despite being mostly glass, patio doors are incredibly secure both against attempted entry but also day to day life and exposure to all weathers. Our UPVC patio doors are fitted with a multi-point locking system and an anti-jacking system that stops the doors being lifted out of the frame.
If you would like more information on the security of our windows and doors, please contact us.
What sizes of patio door are available?
A standard patio door is 2090mm high and 1790mm wide. However, UPVC patio doors are extremely versatile and can go up to 3000mm side. Patio doors can be made up of multiple panels and can be customised to suit your home.
What’s the difference between patio doors, French doors and bi-fold doors?
Bifold doors fold back against themselves, in the form of a concertina. The panels are connected by hinges and slide in tracks set in the floor and ceiling.
Patio doors are two or more panels that slide sideways to the edge of the overall frame. Patio doors don’t project outside the building, whereas a bifold door needs an area to accommodate the folded panels when open.
French doors act like standard doors, usually opening outwards. They are typically smaller than patio or bifold doors, therefore bringing less light into the room. However, French doors do offer convenient access to a garden of outside space when you don’t want to install a lot of glazing.
If you’re considering UPVC patio doors for your property, please get in touch. We can answer any questions you have, or provide a free, no obligation quote.