Patio Sliding Doors
Open Up Your Home
Patio Sliding Doors
Access the Outdoors
Patio Sliding Doors are popular in Houston as a space-saving way to connect your indoor and outdoor living spaces. Patio Doors are available in a variety of sizes and materials and offer a variety of features to protect your home from storms and intruders. Designed for energy efficiency and ease of operation means you’ll have lower heating and cooling costs, easier cleaning, low maintenance, and increased comfort.
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“Our new front door was a complete success. The appearance of the door more than met our expectations. We enjoyed working through the sales process and the installation was remarkably efficient and professional.”
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“Renaissance just replaced our old sliding glass doors and all of the windows on the front of our house. The full experience from purchase to install was flawless, even pleasant.”
– Jorge B. 5-Star Google Review
Jorge B. recommends Renaissance Windows & Doors
“We had a great experience. It was smooth from the start. The sales team helped us select our preferred items and then we scheduled the installation with Renaissance Windows & Doors. Our salesperson did a good job explaining the windows and the process prior to installation as well.”
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Kelly J. recommends Renaissance Windows & Doors
“We used them to replace several older windows and two patio doors. The entire experience was delightful and we never felt like our time was being wasted. The installation went extremely smoothly.”
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The Anatomy of a Patio Sliding Door
Knowing the Lingo
The first step in any new construction or replacement door project is knowing how a patio sliding door is constructed and the industry’s terminology.
Saddle Sill includes a roller sliding system for easy opening and closing. Lower sill provides safer entry and exit.
Weatherstripping helps seal the gaps between a door slab and its frame, keeping out moisture, wind and dirt.
Glass styles and combinations fit in many doors to produce a unique and custom look.
Door frame is the support around the sides and top of a doorway.
Hardware includes different types of knobs, levers and locking systems that provide basic function, security, and style.
Strike plate is located on the door jamb and provides extra security where the door latches, preventing unwanted forced entry.
Casing is a type of trim designed to hide the gap between the door frame and the wall. Casings come in a variety of styles and finishes.