If it’s time to make your patio everything you’ve dreamed of, you’ll need help choosing the best patio door for your space. Vinyl or wood, slider or swing, 2 panels or 4? With so many options, it’s hard to decide. We’ve got five of the best patio door options for 2020 that you have to see to believe.
1) Vinyl Patio Doors
Vinyl patio doors are one of the most common options to consider. They are cost effective, durable and won’t corrode. Sliding doors are used often when space is limited because swinging doors need room to swing inward or outward when opened. Colorful exterior frames can match the design and style of your home and tinted glass can also be considered. Customize even more with metallic interior handles.
2) Black Framed Patio Doors
Black framed patio doors are a hot trend right now, especially when you match both the exterior and the interior. This look is perfect for Farmstyle and contemporary homes and can really make a stunning impact.
3) Moving Glass Walls
If you are looking to make a statement in your home and want to embrace indoor outdoor living, Moving Glass Wall Systems could be just what you are looking for. When it’s closed, enjoy your sweeping outdoor view and flood your home with natural daylight. When it’s open, get ready to entertain as this door invites people to linger outside. They open easily and come in aluminum or aluminum-clad wood frame options. A truly stunning choice.
4) Fiberglass Patio Doors
Fiberglass patio doors are not only beautiful but built to last. They expand and contract very little with temperature changes in the weather which also makes them energy efficient. They are extremely strong and resist rotting so they are a dream for homeowners who appreciate low maintenance. Enjoy them in swing or sliding door styles.
5) Aluminum Patio Doors
Aluminum patio doors create a sleek and modern feeling. They have very narrow frames to really maximize the amount of glass you can have. Thin profiles create a timeless look that is available in 3 colors: White, Clear anodized and Bronze anodized. Aluminum frames are easy to maintain and can be less expensive that other window frame materials. Plus, if energy efficiency is important, you’ll want to consider the Thermally Improved option.