Patio doors will be a prominent feature when fitted into an available aperture connecting the inside of your house to the garden or a decked / patio area. They should also supply you with sublime external views and help to keep the inside of your home well insulated throughout the entire year.
They can be exchanged for a like-for-like new replacement or an alternative door solution like double opening French doors or bi-folding doors; both fantastic options. The key thing is to make sure that your chosen door is specially configured for the relevant wall space and perfectly accommodates the requirements of the whole family.
The benefits of putting new doors in place speak for themselves…
There will be a very noticeable visual impact once new patio doors, French doors or bi-folding doors sit proudly within your residence. The amazingly slender aluminium frames and expansive glazed sections present in a bi-folding door are particularly attractive as you get less frame and more glass for your money.
Manoeuvring the very latest patio doors, French doors and bi-folding doors can be done with immense ease due to the lack of effort required to create an opening. The only job on your part will be to keep the tracking system free of any obstructions such as stones or dirt to ensure that operating the doors remains simple.
Old patio doors are unlikely to offer an acceptable standard of thermal efficiency and are often incapable of keeping out the weather and minimising heat loss. Modern door solutions contain super insulating frames and thermal efficient glazing, which is why they have such incredibly low U-Values.
You won’t just save loads on energy bills. You could also make money as a consequence of fitting new doors as they’re highly likely to improve the resale value of your property. Being able to list patio doors, French doors or bi-folding doors amongst the many other selling points of the house could also increase the chances of your attracting a sale in the future.
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