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Patio Door Options

Dover Doors and Windows offers a variety of options for our patio doors. The options for patio doors include colors, 8 handle sets, and multiple sizes. Dover Doors offers their custom built sliding patio doors first off come in 4 different series Dover 7400, Dover 7400 Plus, Dover 8000, and Dover 8000 Plus. Below is a list of the features for each series of doors. All series have the options that come with the Dover 7400 series but also include the addition feature listed under each series. 

Dover Patio Door Feautres

Dover 7400

• Double Pane tempered
• Fusion Welded 4 ¾” Frame and Sash Corners
• 6 Aluminum Rebar Reinforcements at Interlock Sash’s, The Locked Sash’s and the Side Frames.
• Stainless Steel roller track
• Composite Sil plate
• Additional lock point with kick lock for vent
• Door Panel Interlock and meet at the main frame with weather-stripping
• 1” Energy Smart Intercept insulating glass
o 1380 Extruded Aluminum Screen Frame with Fiberglass Screen Mesh
o Handel Set with Key Lock

Dover 7400 Plus

• EnergySmart Supreme2 .30 U-Value
• Foam Filled Main Frame & Sash
• Stainless intercept
• Plated Handle upgrade (Polished Brass, Antique Brass, Satin Nickel, Aged Bronze & Coppertone)
• Two-Point Multi Point Locking System
• Upgraded screen Aluminum Screen Mesh, Better Vue Screen Mesh or Pet Screen Mesh

Dover 8000

• EnergySmart Supreme2 Triple .27 U-Value
• 1580 Extruded Aluminum Screen Frame with Fiberglass Screen Mesh
• 2-Point Multi Point Locking System

Dover 8000 Plus

• EnergySmart Ultimate 2 Triple U-Value .22
• 1580 Extruded Aluminum Screen Frame with Fiberglass Screen Mesh
• 3-Point Multi Point Locking System

Patio Door Glass, Muntin, and Blind Options

Patio Door Handle Set Options

Patio doors, also known as sliding glass doors or garden doors, are a type of door commonly used to access outdoor spaces such as a patio, deck, or garden. These doors are designed to provide a wide, unobstructed view of the outside and allow easy access between indoor and outdoor areas. Here are some key features and types of patio doors:

  1. Sliding Patio Doors: Sliding patio doors consist of two or more large glass panels, with at least one of them being movable. They slide horizontally along tracks to open and close. These are a popular choice due to their simplicity and space-saving design.

  2. French Patio Doors: French patio doors are hinged and swing open like traditional doors. They typically consist of two door panels that swing in or out, and they often have a frame that resembles traditional French doors.

  3. Folding Patio Doors: Folding, or bi-fold, patio doors are composed of multiple panels that fold and stack neatly to one side when opened. They provide a wide opening and are popular for modern and contemporary designs.

  4. Swinging Patio Doors: Swinging patio doors are similar to French doors but typically have more panels. They can swing in or out, depending on the design.

  5. Frame Materials: Patio doors come in various frame materials, including wood, vinyl, aluminum, and fiberglass. The choice of material can affect the door’s aesthetics, durability, and energy efficiency.

  6. Glass Options: The type of glass used in patio doors is also important. Some doors come with double or triple-pane glass for better insulation, low-E coatings to reduce heat transfer, and options for tinting or decorative patterns.

  7. Security Features: Patio doors should include proper locking mechanisms to ensure security. Options include multi-point locks and impact-resistant glass.

  8. Energy Efficiency: To prevent heat loss and gain, consider patio doors with good insulation and energy-efficient features, such as low-E glass and weather stripping.

  9. Screens: Many patio doors come with screens to allow for ventilation while keeping insects out. These screens can be retractable or fixed.

  10. Customization: Patio doors can be customized to fit your specific needs and design preferences. You can choose different colors, finishes, and hardware options.

When choosing patio doors for your home, consider factors like your climate, budget, aesthetic preferences, and the level of security and energy efficiency you require. It’s also a good idea to consult with a professional to ensure proper installation and to make the best choice for your specific situation.

When to get a new Patio Door?

There are several signs that may indicate it’s time to get a new patio door. Here are some common reasons to consider replacing your patio door:

  1. Visible Damage: If your patio door is visibly damaged, such as cracks, rot, or warping, it’s a clear sign that it needs replacement. Damaged doors can compromise security, insulation, and aesthetics.

  2. Drafts and Air Leaks: If you notice drafts, cold spots, or air leaks around your patio door, it likely means that the door is not sealing properly. This can lead to energy inefficiency and increased utility bills.

  3. Difficulty Opening or Closing: If your patio door is becoming hard to open or close, it can be a safety hazard and a sign that the door’s hardware or frame is failing.

  4. Condensation Between Glass Panes: If you have double or triple-pane glass in your patio door and notice condensation or fog between the glass panes, it means the seals have failed. This not only affects energy efficiency but also the door’s appearance.

  5. Outdated Appearance: If your patio door looks outdated and doesn’t match your home’s current aesthetics or design, you may want to upgrade to a more modern or visually appealing door.

  6. Security Concerns: If your patio door lacks proper security features or the lock is unreliable, it’s important to replace it to ensure the safety of your home and family.

  7. Excessive Maintenance: If your current patio door requires frequent maintenance, such as repainting or resealing, it may be more cost-effective to invest in a new, low-maintenance door.

  8. Energy Efficiency Issues: Older patio doors may not be as energy-efficient as newer models. Upgrading to a more energy-efficient door can save you money on heating and cooling costs over time.

  9. Noise Issues: If you live in a noisy area and your patio door doesn’t provide adequate noise insulation, it may be a good idea to replace it with a door designed to reduce sound transmission.

  10. Desire for Upgrades: If you simply want to enhance your home’s value or aesthetics, you might consider replacing your patio door as part of a home improvement or renovation project.

When deciding to get a new patio door, it’s essential to consider your specific needs, budget, and preferences. Consult with a professional to determine the best type of door, materials, and features to meet your requirements. Additionally, make sure to hire a qualified installer to ensure proper fitting and installation.

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