Choosing a patio door to accommodate Denver weather might seem daunting if you’ve just moved here. But despite frequently intense winters, it doesn’t mean you have to pay a fortune to get a quality patio door. By assuring you have such a door made of quality materials, you’ll be able to save money on your energy bills during the thick of winter while also preventing the need for maintenance in the spring.
Patio Doors with PVC
If you don’t know anything about the use of PVC in windows, you should know that it’s resistant to virtually any kind of weather. It can take a beating from the worst winter storm and you won’t have to worry about rotting, rusting, or corrosion that you’d see on older doors. With an extreme resistance to heat and cold, you’ll be able to keep cold air from coming in as a way toward saving many dollars on your heating bill.
Other Features That Keeps the Weather Outside
The side stiles on patio doors are designed with triple-weather stripping so you don’t have to worry about any condensation coming inside during intense rain or snowstorms. Plus, extensive weather stripping helps give added insulation protection so you’ll never have tiny air leaks that let cold air inside.
If you still worry about condensation during heavy rainstorms, we’ve incorporated a patented water draining system in the sill so water accumulation won’t ever be a problem.
Overall, buying a Silensia patio door is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make in keeping every aspect of bad weather from getting inside. With some customization, though, you’ll be able to enjoy these on different levels.
You’ll have the option of a two-sash patio door that opens in different directions, depending on your personal preference. This can even be expanded to three or four-sash doors, along with the added touch of grids on the windows. Neither of these options will reduce your weather protection, because the PVC glass is incorporated into every design.
You won’t find a better patio door anywhere else that gives you the combination of weather protection and visual flair. And while Denver may not have had the Polar Vortex storms the east coast had this winter, we want to prepare you for every possible winter event that happens without fail every year.