Patio doors bridge indoor and outdoor spaces, offering natural light, fresh air, and an updated look. Houston Window Experts offers a selection of durable patio door options to match your home style.
Whether you prefer the sophistication of French doors, or the expansive views offered by multi-slide doors, we have a door to fit your taste and budget.
Sliding doors are made up of panels that open horizontally along a track. They’re a popular option because they offer a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces, helping to bring natural light into the home. They’re also an excellent choice for tight spaces because they don’t swing open, meaning they take up less room than other types of patio doors.
Traditionally, French patio doors feature large panes of glass that reach from the floor to the ceiling. While they’re beautiful, they require a lot of space to open, and not all homes can accommodate the swing room. Milgard offers an alternative in their Ultra series: a sliding French door that allows for the expansive views and natural light of traditional French doors with the space-saving functionality of sliding patio doors.
From the mid-century modern houses in Memorial to the newer, more contemporary homes in Piney Point Village, homeowners across Houston appreciate the versatility of sliding patio doors. Add a touch of personalization with customizations like grille patterns, between-the-glass blinds, and hardware finishes.
French doors help blur the line between indoors and outdoors, adding both style and functionality to your home. These double-hinged patio doors can be opened inward or outward, and can include grille options and between-the-glass blinds. They also feature a wide range of energy-efficient glass options, optimized for your region’s climate and weather.
Patio doors Houston TX are the perfect choice for homeowners who want to update their entryway and create a seamless transition between their indoor and outdoor spaces. Unlike sliding door options, which glide open along tracks, these hinged doors can be opened to allow in the breeze and sunlight from outside.
These doors can also be easier to maintain, as there are fewer moving parts than sliding door units. However, it is important to work with a professional installer to ensure the smooth opening and closing of these double-hinged doors. They can also require regular maintenance to keep their appearance and performance at their best.
Whether you want to enjoy desert scenery or twinkling city lights, these doors create a panoramic vista with minimal site lines. They also open up interior spaces to let in natural light and offer a luxurious ambiance reminiscent of high-end resorts.
Unlike traditional sliding patio doors, which infringe on living space when opened, multi-slide doors stack or disappear into the wall. They are often installed in living rooms and great rooms to blur the lines between indoor activity and scenic landscapes beyond.
These doors are crafted with durable aluminum frames and low-E4 glass packages to maximize energy efficiency and performance. They also come with a variety of options to choose from, including an all-in-one 12″ handle and a stainless steel offset bar handle for easy operation. In addition, Origin multi-slide doors are covered by one of the strongest window and door replacement limited warranties in the industry.* When you choose Renewal by Andersen, your Houston home is protected for years to come.
Often glazed with large panels to let ample light in, bifold doors allow you to create a natural connection between indoor and outdoor spaces. These doors are usually hung on a sliding track and can be either internal or external. Exterior bifold doors can be used to connect a home to a garden or conservatory, while internal bi fold doors tend to be installed in pantries and laundry rooms.
When fully opened, a set of bi-fold doors provides a 90% unobstructed view and lets in plenty of fresh air and sunlight. They also add value and style to any space.
Quality bi-fold doors require very little maintenance, as they simply need occasional dusting and lubrication of the hinges. In addition, they are easier to use than other door styles, as they don’t have a high track that can pose a tripping risk for wheelchair users. They’re also energy-efficient, and you can choose from a wide range of panel materials and finishes.