Hinged patio doors – The patio doors are inwardly turning / tilt doors, and are equipped with lockable grips and laminated, glued glass that are almost impossible to break – while at the same time providing strong sound damping. They come in wood (pine, larch, oak, and mahogany), PVC, aluminum – or wood / aluminum. Glass moldings and hinges are on the inside and closure points all around the frame ensure that the door cannot break open.
It is not only the door, but also your house you have to look at when choosing a new patio door. We have assembled a number of exciting patio doors that fit perfectly with the house. See them here and get great tips on how to choose the right patio door for your home. If you need a new patio door, there are several considerations you should take.
You have to make sure that the patio door is placed correctly in relation to the rooms and their decor, it must fit architecturally to the house’s facade, and the size and location of the railings must harmonize with the original windows. A patio door creates good connection between the outside and inside, but a new patio door can at the same time impair the possibilities for furnishing or breaking with the house’s symmetry.