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For expansive views, a smooth sliding action, and excellent performance, sliding patio doors are a great choice. It’s perhaps no surprise that sliding patio doors remain one of the favourite options for UK homeowners. As a patio door, they give easy access to your garden or between a conservatory and interior room. With a sideways opening mechanism, they’ll save you significant amounts of floor space.
Our sliding patio doors can be installed in a range of configurations, from traditional 2 panes to multiple large glass panes, we can fit the exact shape you require. They are available in uPVC, timber and aluminium, and over 150+ RAL colours and wood effect finishes. So, they can modernise any style of property. With toughened and efficient glazing and advanced security features, they’ll add value to your home whilst letting a wealth of light enter the room.
|Colours||150+ RAL colours and a variety of wood effects, with optional dual colour designs.||150+ RAL colours and a variety of wood effects, with optional dual colour designs.||150+ RAL colours, and a range of heritage timber designs.|
|Glazing||Double toughened glass.||Double toughened glass.||Double toughened glass.|
|Thermal Performance||Multi-chambered profiles break up currents of cold air. Low U-values of 0.9W/m2K and A++ energy ratings can be achieved.||Thermally broken frames will keep the warmth inside. As a natural insulator, it can achieve A+ energy ratings and U-values of 1.32w/m2k.||High-quality manufacturing uses one single piece of treated hardwood for optimal energy efficiency that can achieve A energy ratings.|
|Security||Multi-point locks that utilise anti-pick, bump and drill cylinders are included. They pass PAS24 standards and security regulations. Additional hardware can be included.||As standard, 8-point locks are used to pass PAS 25 tests. Toughened glass is 5x stronger than standard glass. Additional hardware can be included.||Fitted with multi-point locks and shoot bolt systems to pass BS644 security requirements. Additional hardware can be included.|
|Life Expectancy||From 20 years, with no maintenance required. An anti-fade coating keeps it looking like brand new whilst protecting the materials.||From 30 years, with no maintenance needed. It’s corrosion and rust resistant.||Requiring only a varnish every 5-7 years, from 30 years. A microporous varnish protects the natural material from rotting or warping.|
|Suitability||A plethora of flexible designs that will accommodate any budget.||A premium material with distinctive slimline and sleek frames.||Responsibly sourced timber will add character to new and old builds.|
All our doors are available in uPVC, timber, and aluminium. Browse our individual product pages for more detailed information about our entire range.
Cost-effective and high performing, uPVC is a continually popular material choice.
uPVC Sliding Patio Doors
Cool and contemporary, aluminium doors’ aesthetics are matched only by their performance.
Origin Aluminium Sliding Patio Doors
Enhance your home’s character with a traditional timber door.
Timber Sliding Patio Doors
Our realistic wood effect finishes are available in white, black, oak, cream, and natural. Use our Kolor Bond system to create the perfect shade for you. For the ultimate in customisation choose any RAL colour for your uPVC, timber, or aluminium doors.
Any RAL Colour
Any RAL Colour
Whether you’re looking to replace an old and weak back door or create a fully glazed wall at the rear of your property, the versatile design of sliding doors means they can cater to even the most niche requirements. Depending on your requests, we can fit them to open either on the left, right or even in the middle. That’s why sliding patio doors are great for space optimisation.
With a choice of three high-performance materials, uPVC, timber and aluminium, you’re sure to get the perfect solution installed to your home. They all offer superior security and thermal capabilities and can be created in over 150 RAL colours. If you’re looking for the modern sliding functionality, but desire a more heritage appearance, you could opt for a woodgrain effect, including Irish oak or rosewood. We even offer dual-colour designs, whereby the inside and outside colours are different for the ultimate flexibility.Get a quote
One of the most popular choices with homeowners, uPVC is usually the most affordable door material, yet you can be sure it will provide the performances you’d expect of a modern replacement door. uPVC is completely maintenance-free, only needing the odd wipe down with a damp cloth. Finished in a protective anti-fade coating, your uPVC doors won’t warp, crack or split, even when subjected to harsh weathers.
Our versatile uPVC sliding patio doors can be designed in over 150 RAL colours, and a number of traditional woodgrain foil finishes for a more heritage character. With such a wide array of choices, we can design the perfect solution for your home.
Benefiting from advancements in manufacturing in recent years, our uPVC door frames utilise an innovate multi-chambered profile. This encompasses several levels that surround separated chambers. This means the heat is unable to escape out of your home, whilst the draughts can’t seep through the layered system. The durable design also makes uPVC frames extremely durable, adding vital protection to your home.
Timber sliding patio doors are the perfect choice for any style of home. They’ll offer a bespoke aesthetic that can add character to modern and older properties alike. With 150 RAL colours, and of course a number of beautifully original wood effect finishes, their range of designs is endless.
Not only will wooden patio doors add kerb value to your home, but they’ll also majorly improve its performance. It’s no wonder that wood has been used as a door material for so many years. It’s a naturally insulating material that will actively keep the warmth inside of your home, and its dense core ensures the cold elements won’t enter.
Our timber door range is made from only responsibly sourced materials from sustainable forests. This ensures you’re upgrading to an environmentally friendly option that will reduce your home’s carbon footprint.
We coat our wooden doors in a protective layer which allows the material to breathe. Unlike poor quality timber doors, this stops the natural elements from rotting or absorbing moisture, so they won't crack, split or warp. We recommend a coating of wood protection every 5-7 years, to further elongate their lifespan, which can last at least 30 years.get a price
Aluminium sliding patio doors will add a contemporary aesthetic to any property. With their slimline frames and smooth finishes, they’re sure to impress your guests. We can design your replacement aluminium patio doors in 150 RAL colours. If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, aluminium can also be finished in a variety of wood effect finishes. This means you’ll benefit from its superior performance whilst adding a heritage appearance.
We use the industry-leading sliding patio door specification from Origin, a highly reputable manufacturer. Their range includes double and triple track patio doors, meaning you can choose to incorporate either two or three individual doors. Offering the ultimate versatility, they can be installed to fit even the largest spaces and open up your home and garden. They can be designed to open to either the left, right or in the middle, depending on what best suits your property.
Aluminium is notable for its inherent strength. It has been proven to withstand even the toughest forces without weakening or snapping for at least 30 years. Also maintenance-free, it easily fits with busy modern lifestyles. Our aluminium door profiles utilise a multi-layered frame, the numerous layers surround separated partitions. Not only does this add significant durability, but it also provides excellent thermal performances. Its thermal conductivity is unparalleled, so you can be sure the draughts are kept out of your home.
A unique characteristic of aluminium sliding patio doors is their thin-framed design. This means the door profile comprises of more glazing and less frame for a premium appearance. This will allow more natural light to brighten the room, whilst ensuring your home is an optimum temperature, thanks to our A+ energy rated double glazing.
Like all of our replacement doors, our range of sliding patios are fitted with a number of advanced security elements. This includes a multi-point locking system that bolts the door to the frames at several points when locked, maximising their robustness. You can also include additional hardware features for greater peace of mind. We fit toughened glass as standard, which is 5x stronger than a single pane of glass. Upon impact, it shatters into lots of tiny pieces, reducing the likelihood of any injury.
Our doors are thoroughly tested to industry security regulations. And our locking hardware uses anti-drill and anti-pick mechanisms to heighten their protection. This gives you the assurance that your family is safe and secure.Door buying process
Sliding patio doors will help to keep your home safe and cosy. No matter the material you decide on, once you’ve upgraded your back door, you’ll instantly notice the differences. Long are the days of cold spots entering your home, and energy won’t be wasted as it won’t escape through the door.
Our innovative double glazing can achieve A+ energy ratings, the top grade possible. It attains this through its advanced design that incorporates two panes of high-quality glass that surround an argon-gas filled chamber. The glass panes are tightly sealed within the frames, meaning heat isn’t lost. With our modern sliding patio doors, you’ll even save money on your energy bills.
We have the knowledge and experience to provide you with exactly what you need. Our staff are expertly trained to guide and advise you. We offer you a 10 Year Guarantee.
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