Sliding Glass Doors
Design that Moves
Open up an entirely new way to look at luxury. Introducing Moving Glass Wall Systems. This innovative solution blurs the line between inside and outside. Moving Glass Wall Systems operate smoothly and effortlessly. Our Moving Glass Wall Systems open and close with just the push of a finger. The secret is the tandem steel ball-bearing rollers that are strong enough to carry the door panels nearly double the size.
What to Consider with Sliding Glass Doors
While the design options for sliding glass doors can be endless, the materials used vary based on the energy-efficiency levels you are seeking. Typically fiberglass, vinyl, aluminum, steel, and wood are the most common offerings for the door materials. Here are some of the things to consider when it comes to the materials used for sliding glass doors:
- Fiberglass – This is one of the most popular materials used based on the way it looks like genuine wood. It’s easy to maintain and works well with the changing Utah weather.
- Aluminum – Many people select aluminum because it is affordable and strong. Aluminum is resistant to corrosion, making it another popular choice for Utah homeowners.
- Steel – Steel is strong and durable and is a great choice for Utah homeowners seeking a rust-resistant solution for their sliding door.
- Vinyl – Vinyl is popular due to its affordability along with durability and energy-efficiency.
Consider Energy Consumption
Any time you are installing new doors or windows in your home, you need to consider the overall energy efficiency of your home. Sliding glass doors look spectacular, but they need to be constructed with the right materials to keep the cold air out and the warm air inside. Selecting the right patio doors can go a long way in keeping your energy costs under control. Take a look at our Ogden showroom to compare different sliding glass door options.