Patio doors provide easy access to your outdoor space. They also allow for more natural light and fresh Texas air to enter your home.
The style, hardware, and finishing you choose for your patio door should match the rest of your house. To ensure this, it’s a good idea to consult with multiple companies before making your final decision.
Sliding Glass Doors
A popular choice among homeowners in the Dallas area, sliding glass patio doors open up your living space by allowing light and fresh air to flow in without having to deal with swinging doors. These doors are also easy to clean, require no additional space to operate and can be positioned to highlight a beautiful view of the landscape.
NT sliding glass patio doors are built with highly-insulated frames, which help to reduce energy costs. They also feature double-pane glass that allows natural sunlight to illuminate your home throughout the year, while protecting you from harsh Texas weather conditions.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your modern-style home with an efficient sliding door or want to add some classic style to a traditional-style home with a hinged French door, we have the perfect solution for you at Conservation Construction of Dallas. We offer a variety of sliding and hinged patio door styles manufactured by Renewal by Andersen to suit your taste and compliment your existing decor.
Ranch-style homes have a single-level floorplan that blurs the line between indoor and outdoor living spaces. They also often have large windows that bring in natural light. Patio doors add a stylish finishing touch to this popular style of home.
Sliding glass patio doors are a great fit for ranch-style homes. Their clear glass panes allow homeowners to see out into the backyard, and they slide open easily for fresh air circulation. These doors can help increase a home’s energy efficiency by letting in sunlight and reducing the need for artificial lighting.
In this welcoming Maine ranch-style home, multiple NanaWall SL60 aluminum-framed folding glass walls expand this family’s spacious back deck into the interior living area. The doors complement the home’s low-pitched roof and wide eaves, and their aluminum frames are low maintenance and durable. These doors also feature welded sashes for strength and climate-neutral performance. The door’s insulated core and heavy-duty weather stripping provide additional energy savings.
Mid-Century Modern Homes
Often built in the 1950’s, Mid-Century Modern homes are characterized by flat planes, floor to ceiling glass, and open spaces that blur the line between indoors and out. Many of these homes feature large sliding glass doors that provide a great way to bring light into your home.
Featuring sleek frames and expansive glass, modern patio doors are eye-catching, functional, and a beautiful accent to any home. Whether you choose black, deep navy, or light pink, modern patio doors create an eye-pleasing contrast to your exterior color scheme and add a contemporary look to your space.
Located centrally in the highly desirable neighborhood of Quaker Heights where homeowners enjoy use of tennis courts and swimming pool for a nominal annual HOA charge. This well maintained home epitomizes the beauty of modern architecture with its straight lines and simple lines. This spacious open floor plan is flooded with natural light from the oversized windows and high vaulted ceilings.
If you want to enjoy the warm weather without letting pesky insects into your home, consider adding a screen door to your patio doors. These are typically attached to your existing doorframes and come in a variety of styles, hardware, and finishes. They are available in sliding or hinged options and add value to your home.
When purchasing a new screen door for your patio doors, it is important to record accurate measurements. Use the smallest measurement when buying metal or glass door and largest when ordering wood doors to ensure they fit your existing frame. This is because doorways are often not perfectly level or square.
Another thing to remember is that your doorframe may require an adjustment when installing the new screen doors. It is recommended that you hire a professional who can perform this job properly. This can prevent problems such as poor operation and durability. If possible, look for a contractor that is certified by the brand you are purchasing the doors from.