Patio Doors by Alside
Alside Patio Doors extend your home’s ambience to the great outdoors, visually expanding and brightening any room. And the expanded glass area means added light – so every season is more enjoyable.
The precision-built slimline profile allows ample glass exposure for a generous viewing area, yet provides outstanding protection from inclement weather. Position a transom window above your patio door to create a dramatic effect with added height and visual appeal. A variety of door styles and options lets you further customize the door to suit your décor.View More Details
Storm Doors by Gerkin
- Has built storm doors for over 60 years.
- Only found at quality lumberyards, home centers and specialty distributors.
- All doors are created equal in structural integrity.
- Warranty good for as long as you own your home and covers all structural components.
- All doors built with aluminum tubular extrusion so wind, rain and snow can’t damage them.
- Heavy-duty corner gussets resist twisting and sagging.
Entry Doors by Wausau
- Numerous decorative glass styles available to match many architectural styles including: Eclectic, Old World, Craftsman, Contemporary/Modern, Classic/Traditional.
- Made in America products.
- Available in factory finished stain and paint colors, or custom color, for maximum durability to match your decor.
- Optional aluminum jamb cladding protects wood from rot, to keep your door looking new for years.
- Ball-bearing hinges are standard on all doors, with eight hinge color options to choose from.
- Multi-point locking system.
From hinged, swinging doors, to sliding doors, to bi-fold doors, Weather Shield has a wide variety of options to help you create a grand entrance. Choose one panel or many panels – operating, stationary or a combination of both.
- Sliding patio door: One panel is stationary, while the other slides from side to side on strong, durable tracks.
- Bi-fold door: Connected with center hinges, the panels open accordion-style using a track-and-glide system and a guide that enables each panel to pivot.
- Hinged patio door: Traditional in design, their two operating glass panels are hinged on the sides and swing inward or outward from the center. Patio doors hinged between the glass panels, also known as French doors, feature one stationary panel and one operating panel that swings open from hinges along the center stile.