Lamontagne Patio Doors October 26th, 2017 - 03:58:30
As with timber the quality of pvc frames available can vary - and generally you get what you pay for. The better ones will usually be reinforced with metal internally for greater strength but the cheaper options can be a nightmare to live with - sticking twisting splitting discolouring warping - often within a very short time. Most usually supplied as white some manufacturers offer limited colour options or wood effect finishes.
Because slide-and-pivot doors have no hinges there is no requirement for a sturdy side frame; its only purpose is to cover the gasket that seals the double glazed unit. This means that the views afforded through the expanse of patio doors have minimal interruptions. At the time of writing there are two versions of frame-less glass doors available in the UK both using the slide-and-pivot technique: one manufacturer supplies their frameless glass doors with kite-marked double glazed units which have a visible seal the other uses an almost transparent method of sealing their double glazing. Contemporary by design the absence of visible characteristics makes frameless glass doors a viable option for period properties.
One of the features that adds real value to a home is the patio area. A patio allows you the option of comfortably relaxing outside while enjoying the weather. Its also a great place to entertain guests for picnics parties and holidays. When it comes to deciding what to do with the doors leading out to the patio you also have many options. One of the traditional choices are hardwood patio doors.
Arguably French doors could be considered as retractable as each door can be pulled back. The advantage of retractable doors is that maximum access is possible between the two sides of the aperture whereas sliding panel doors generally overlap unless built to retract into a recess.