Your patio is not just an addition to your house; it’s an extension of it. If you love sitting outside in the summer or enjoy a barbecue in the backyard, then your patio plays a significant role in your home. However, the constant use of patio doors means they are susceptible to breaks, dents, or scratches over time. In this case, it’s time to invest in a new patio door.
Key Features in Our Patio Doors
The patio doors at Milano are equipped with features guaranteed to make your home chic, practical, and modern. Here are some of the elements available in our patio doors:
Our patio doors are equipped with solid frames made of aluminum, wood and PVC. The frames are strong, resistant to harsh weather conditions and come in many colors.
Our doors come with insulated sashes that prevent air from coming in and out of your house. This way, you reduce the use of your heating system in the winter and your AC unit in the summer.
A drifty door is often the result of a faulty threshold. Our door thresholds, however, come with weatherstripping technology to stop drafts from affecting the house’s internal temperature.
Energy Star Glass Panes
The glass we install on our window panes is energy-efficient and Energy Star certified. The glass maintains a room’s temperature because it reflects the heat off the doors and doesn’t allow any heat from inside the house to escape.
We use nylon rollers on our patio doors instead of steel rollers because they are less noisy and resistant to rusting. These features make nylon rollers more durable and practical than their steel counterparts.
The handles on our patio doors are not flimsy and come in a variety of finishes. You can also choose to install either standard or multi-point handles on your doors according to your personal preferences.
Extruded Aluminium Screen
Extruded aluminum is basically aluminum that’s shaped by being molded using a special metal cutting device. We install extruded aluminum on our patio door screens because it’s high-quality and rolls seamlessly with our nylon rollers.
Transoms & Sidelights
These are additional panels that you can add to your patio door to let more light into the house. A transom is a glass pane that sits above the door slab. Sidelights are placed on sides of the door slabs. They enhance the appearance of a patio door with different kinds of patterns, styles & design.
Patio Door Styles
When you’re picking out your patio door, we want you to have options. Therefore, we offer the following patio door configurations, fully customizable to your liking:
Contour (Prairie) Grille
Standard (Georgian) Grille
Terrace (Porch Encasement) Style
Trust Us to Install Your Patio Doors
We simply want you to have the best options on the market. At Milano Windows & Doors, we are fully committed to your satisfaction. To this end, our team is always on time, friendly, and professional. We also offer a lifetime warranty on our doors, covering the material and installation. Check out our portfolio to see some of our previous projects. You can also contact us to learn more about our door installation service.
Patio Doors Catalog
select a patio door from the catalogue below or view the gallery for more options
The locks on patio doors are not very secure. If you have the option, it’s best to purchase a door that does not have a lock accessible from the outside
Installing a patio door costs $1,200 – $10,000, with most homeowners paying an average of $2,500. A typical job takes between three and five hours to complete
The main difference between patio doors and French doors is how each opens. French doors open outwards on a hinge whereas patio doors slide along a track and open to the side