The doors and windows in your home are as energy-efficient as possible due to the inert gas placed inside the glass. These are more commonly known as gas fills and are used to improve the thermal efficiency, and in turn, the energy efficiency of the window and door.
When looking for the right patio door design and style, considering how it operates is not enough. Sure you can choose either sliding or hinged French doors based on the amount of space you have, but another important thing you should also look at is your home’s architectural style. To enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home’s interior, your chosen Renewal by Andersen® doors must have matching grille patterns.
Patio doors can significantly improve several aspects of your home, so it only follows that you want to keep it in its best shape. Several factors have an effect on long-term patio door performance, which you should consider if you’re planning on buying new ones. Today, we’ll give you a closer look at what these factors are: