Patio Door Configurations
Homes and individual rooms come in all different shapes and sizes, and so do patio doors. At PatioMaster we specialise in designing and building patio doors to our customers’ specific requirements, whether it is for a conservatory, pool house or room partition. Making and designing patio doors is our business and as the UK’s leading manufacturer we pride ourselves on giving customers exactly what they want.
Versatile patio door configurations
We are able to provide a variety of patio door configurations, with two, three and four pane designs.
For room partitions and small exterior doors leading directly onto a patio area, our two pane in-line sliding doors are ideal, offering a great combination of security, aesthetic elegance and thermal efficiency.
Three pane models are perfect for providing a stylish entrance to your conservatory, and come with the option of having the sliding panel at the end pane or in the centre of the patio doors. Finally, the four pane configuration is ideal for completing your pool house, or bringing lots of light into larger rooms.
Flexibility, functionality and style
All our patio door configurations offer a remarkable degree of comfort and security, but with our easy-glide system they can be opened with astonishing ease. For accessibility they also come with a low threshold option.
As stylish as they are functional, our custom built patio doors look great and are available in a wide range of colours and finishes, from antique oak to Chartwell Green. Made from thermally efficient PVC-U they can also help to keep your home well insulated.
When it comes to security our inline patio doors are at the forefront of modern patio door technology and design. A six point locking system prevents intrusion, while double glazed panes and a steel-reinforced frame provide piece of mind and a robust deterrent to unwanted guests.
For more information on our products and patio door configurations, please browse our website or contact us direct. If you require information regarding the minimum and maximum height specifications for each configuration, please refer to our online technical specifications document.