Patio doors create a seamless connection between your home’s interior and exterior. Also, they can enhance your home’s curb appeal and provide the comfort you need. They are one of your significant investments, so it’s important to choose the right units that will give you long-lasting beauty and functionality.
Today, the experts from your local source of windows and entry doors share a guide you may find useful when you shop for patio doors.
Choose High-Quality Components and Materials
When shopping for patio doors, consider the hardware and security features that come with them. Our sliding doors, for instance, are equipped with our patented track rollers that ensure smooth operation even with continuous use. They also have a unique reach-out lock that increases security and improves weathertightness.
Determine Your Desired Patio Door Type
To achieve the best results, choose patio doors that complement your home’s architectural style and layout. Hinged French doors, for instance, can swing either inward or outward, which means they work best in spacious areas. Sliding patio doors are for you if you have limited space. Regardless of how your home looks, our patio door choices blend well with your indoor or outdoor living space. Select from our wide range of finishes and grille options that will suit your preference.
Consider Their Performance
Patio doors shouldn’t just exude beauty—they must also exhibit durability and energy efficiency to provide protection and comfort for your home. Our hinged French doors and sliding patio doors have High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass designed to help you save more on your energy consumption at home. They also come with an innovative interlock system to shield your interior from the elements.
For your window, storm door or patio door needs, turn to Renewal by Andersen® of Central Illinois. We’ll help you create a more beautiful and comfortable home. Call (866) 693-6707 today to get started. You may also fill out our contact form to request a free in-home consultation. We serve residents of Champaign, Peoria and Bloomington, IL.