Going with a wooden door style means that youll probably pay a bit more, and youll need to keep up with their maintenance if you wish to keep them from getting that weathered look. However, wood is a luxurious material that provides your home with a natural ambience and charm. Patio doors can be found in hardwood types such as oak, cherry and mahogany, which are strong and blend well with many interiors and exterior areas.
In the mid-20th century, sliding doors became very popular - two or three panels of glass that slide along grooves in the floor. To distinguish them from traditional French doors, they were marketed with the thoroughly modern name of Patio Doors and this is often the image people have today when that term is used. Easily installed in place of a window, the immediate advantages were additional natural light and access to the garden. They also became a popular option to use where a pivot door opening space was limited or where the aperture was wider than a pair of French doors. Older installations were typically single-glazed, prone to warping and usually became difficult to slide open and closed. Still available today but in a developed form with double glazing and rollers for easier sliding, the popularity of sliding doors during this century has declined as bifolding doors gained market share.
A good place to start would be a home design store that offers patio doors with built in blinds. You will need to know the measurements of your door area in order to get an idea of the sizing needed. The more popular door units will be energy efficient to keep your home insulated from both hot and cold weather temperatures. The actual blinds themselves are usually white in color and have features like tilt and raise operation and maintenance free styling. These doors are also built to be strong and weather resistant, so they should last for years without any problems.
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