It will only take three simple steps to help bring the luxury of indoors, outdoors, with a well-chosen set of patio doors. Start by working out what size you need, then pick a type of patio doors. Lastly, choose your finish. You'll find we have something to suit every home, budget and taste.
You're spoilt for choice when it comes to our range of patio door sizes. We go all the way up from 150cm to 480cm wide, in popular width breaks to suit every opening. And we deliver your doors direct to your home. Would you rather someone else fitted them? Give our Homefit service a try.
Before you get to the exciting part of choosing your new patio doors, measure the space you need them to fit into. Here's how you do it:
If you choose the traditional sort of patio door - where one door slides across a fixed panel - you'll only be able to choose a UPVC finish in sizes from 150cm to 180cm wide. This type of door comes with a secure four-point locking system and anti-slam device, as well as:
The kit comes complete - you just have to choose a style to suit your opening (and add ventilators if you want them, which are available separately).
Choosing a more modern style of patio doors opens up a lot more options for you. You can pick a timber or UPVC finish, sizes from 150cm to a whopping 480cm, and a top-hung system with finger-tip control - so no more cleaning out the bottom slide track. You also get:
Once again, the kit comes complete - you just have to choose a style to suit your opening.
A familiar sight in homes up and down Britain, UPVC is a popular and affordable choice for windows and doors. It's easy to clean and maintain, weathers well and keeps out drafts effectively.
Our Wellington softwood patio doors come finished in white - saving you time, effort and the extra cost of painting or staining. Just fit and enjoy them.
Made from finely sliced high-quality oak fixed to a lower-density core, this combination resists moisture and gives you doors that offer real stability. All you need to do is paint or stain them.
Our Canberra solid oak range uses a three-piece laminate combination - making it less likely to warp or crack than a single piece of wood. They're supplied ready for you to paint or stain.