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Patio Doors

Southwest Door & Window carries an extensive line of replacement or new construction patio doors. Of course, patio doors are still exterior or entry doors, so each patio door opening can be a gateway for heat, cold, wind, rain or bugs to get into your house.  We will come out and analyze each door and suggest ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency.  We also offer low maintenance solutions such as 100% composite doors that don’t need painting and will never rot.  Below you will see the various types of patio doors.  Southwest Door & Window can pre-finish and install your new patio door, turn-key.  Give us a call to schedule your in home consultation.

Metal Doors – Metal doors offer an inexpensive solution to replacing your patio door.  They are made of 24 ga. steel, and foam filled for energy efficiency.  We can insert just about any glass size to allow light into the room, and even add mini-blinds between the glass.

Fiberglass Doors – Fiberglass patio doors gives you versatility and more durability.  Textured wood grain and smooth surface are options and the doors can be stained to look like wood or painted.  Fiberglass is more rigid than metal and will not dent as a result.

Wood Doors – There is no substitute for the look and feel of wood doors.  They offer an elegance that can’t be duplicated by any other material.  From Fir to Oak and Mahogany, a variety of wood species can be used to achieve the look you want in your new patio door.

  • Knotty Alder – This style of door is constructed of Knotty Alder wood.  You will notice knots throughout the door giving it a rustic look.  Many of these doors can be used for interior as well as exterior applications.
  • Solid Mahogany – Mahogany wood offers a rich look with no visible imperfection in the wood.  This type of wood is most popular in today’s doors.

For the very best in patio doors stop here!  Neuma Doors offers a maintenance free, virtual leak proof door system that is sure to address your patio door needs!  Click on the link below to be directed to the Neuma door website:  www.neumadoors.com

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