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Finding the Right Replacement Patio Door

patio door installation DenverGetting a patio door replacement in Denver is a great way to add value to your home, make it more beautiful, and get more use of your outdoor living space at the same time. To make the process as successful as possible, there are a few aspects that you should know about which might influence the choice you make.

Different Patio Door Styles

There are two major styles for patio doors: French doors and sliding doors. Each has their own advantages, so you should consider both and decide which is best for the space you are planning on installing it. French doors take up a little more space because they open inward or outward, but they also provide a much bigger opening for moving furniture or making it easy for many people to navigate inside and outside at once. Sliding doors are sleeker and require less space, are more adjustable, and are typically less expensive as well. Additionally, sliding doors are inherently modern looking, while French doors create a more classical appearance. Consider which patio door replacement in Denver you would prefer.

The Material Makes All the Difference

There are a wide range of materials that your patio door can come in, and each provides their own unique advantage. Wooden doors are elegant and traditional, although they are also typically more expensive. Metal doors, such as aluminum or steel are the sturdiest option, and they require very little maintenance. Vinyl doors are the most versatile material and can even mimic other materials, while still providing its own set of advantages. It is a lighter material and is highly energy efficient, although it may be susceptible to extreme temperature fluctuations.

When it comes to patio door installation, Zen Windows is your expert company. Give us a call at 303-658-9990 to learn more about how we can help you with a patio door replacement in Denver. We would be happy to answer any and all of your questions about installing a patio door or window in your home.