Patio Doors

Patio door options for every home.

Enjoy the outdoors year-round. Patio Doors come in sliding, swinging and folding patio doors, from single-panel styles to wall systems. For larger openings and more material options, discover La Cantina’s best-in-class, luxury solutions.

Sliding Patio Doors

Sliding patio doors are designed to open horizontally with at least one operating panel and one stationary panel. These space saving doors are easy to clean and use, making them a great addition to your home. With their panoramic views, they let more natural light into your home and can seamlessly extend your interior living spaces to the outdoors. Our custom sliding glass patio doors are available in a variety of sizes and styles.

What are the key benefits of sliding patio doors?

Sliding patio doors provide access to the outside, natural light and fresh air. Since these doors don’t require any additional space for operation, you can enjoy sliding patio doors in rooms of all sizes. Unlike with swing or hinged doors, you won’t have to worry about your furniture or other objects interfering with the operation of your sliding patio door. Sliding patio doors can include a screen, so you can leave your door open and enjoy a comfortable breeze without worrying about insects getting inside.

Patio Doors
Patio Doors

California Window & Fireplaces offers patio doors from these trusted partners:

La Cantina Doors
Milgard Doors
Marvin Doors
Jeld Wen Doors

What are some signs it’s time to replace your sliding patio door?

Whether you’re embarking on a home renovation project or simply looking to improve the energy efficiency of your home, there are several reasons you may want to consider replacement sliding patio doors.

  1. Difficult to Open—If your patio door has become difficult to open, there are a variety of potential causes including roller damage, misalignment and frame damage.
  2. Decreased Energy Efficiency—If your current patio door is contributing to increased energy bills and decreased interior comfort, you may want to upgrade to a more energy efficient replacement sliding patio door.
  3. Leaks & Drafts—As your patio door ages, the frame and/or sash may warp over time. This change can leave your home vulnerable to leaks and drafts.
  4. Glass Begins to Fog—When condensation begins to build between panes of glass, it’s an indicator that the seal on the insulating glass unit has been compromised. This will negatively impact the insulating properties of your sliding patio door.
Patio Doors
Patio Doors