Energy efficient, easy to use, light-maximizing, and secure – our sliding patio doors bring the same high quality as our windows.
Choose from a selection of colors and grid patterns that best suit your home.
- Conserve Space
These doors save space in your home and your patio by sliding side-to-side, rather than opening up inward.
- Multiple Configurations and Styles
We offer two, three, and four-panel door configurations, allowing you to pick the best option for your home. Choose from our multiple hardware options, colors, and grid patterns to design the perfect patio door.
- Safe and Secure
Our patio doors feature a multi-point locking system and full-length interlocking meeting rails for enhanced security. Plus, our fusion-welded frame and sash ensure unmatched structural stability and weather resistance.
With an insulated glass system and advanced vinyl technology, you’ll get the same energy efficiency that all Earthwise windows guarantee.
Uses for patio doors in your home
Sliding patio doors are the perfect incorporation to your home’s outdoor entryways. Typically, they are a secondary entry point separate from a home’s main entrance, such as the back of a house. They usually lead out to a deck, porch, or patio. Plus, they’re incredibly effective at letting in plenty of natural sunlight.
Vinyl frames are superior to other window frames due to their durability, sustainability, and ability to last a lifetime. See why there’s no better choice than Earthwise Windows.
Earthwise Windows is committed to producing the highest quality energy-efficient windows on the market. See all our independent, third-party certifications that prove we meet the highest standards.
Patio Doors Frequently Asked Questions:
Patio doors are 6 feet and 8 inches tall at standard height, and the width depends on your chosen configuration. However, all Earthwise windows and doors are custom-sized.
Sliding patio doors are the best choice for cost-effectiveness, energy efficiency, and saving space.
Vinyl is the most energy-efficient material for windows and patio doors. Due to its material composition, it’s least likely to transfer heat or permit air leaks.