Homeowners love to bring warmth and abundant natural light in, and sliding glass doors do just that while also serving a critical function. You may have found the perfect place to install a new sliding door, or you may have an old slider that no longer works well and needs replacing. Here are three winning sliding door options to launch your project (contact us to get started!).
Sliding Glass Door
If you’ve already got a sliding door, you may desire to retain some of its qualities while upgrading to a modern version. Old sliding doors are often inefficient for energy conservation, so you can benefit from reduced utility bills by springing for a new one. Sliding doors have come a long way, and you can now buy new sliding glass doors that are highly energy efficient and aesthetically pleasing. Sliding doors are great for those summer days when you want to open the door, close the screen door, and let in the fresh air and sounds of a warm summer day.
You may prefer the look of French doors and aren’t interested in sticking with the sliding door. French doors are classy and work well if you have a larger room that can handle doors that swing inside. They are energy efficient and immediately increase curb appeal and potentially even home value.
If you like the look of the French door, you should also consider a patio door. It’s a lot like a French door, except one of the doors doesn’t open and is more like a fixed window. This design decreases the cost and increases the energy efficiency. Patio doors also work well in rooms with less space since only one door has to open.
Whichever option you choose, reach out to Peak Custom Remodeling for a quote and to start making your home a place you love to live!