Milgard Aluminum Doors

Aluminum Series Patio Doors

Aluminum patio doors offer clean, narrow sightlines along with strength and durability. They can be configured into large combinations to maximize views. Milgard aluminum sliding doors are available in standard aluminum or Thermally Improved to reduce the flow of heat and improving insulating ability.

Features

  • Narrow sightlines to highlight expansive views
  • Sealed, mechanically-joined corners that stay square and true over time
  • Superior energy performance with SunCoat®
  • Low-e glass coatings and EdgeGard® spacers
  • A Milgard Warranty for peace of mind

Sliding Doors

  • Available in 2, 3, and 4 panel configurations

STANDARD ALUMINUM SIZES
2-Panel: Min 5’0”w x 6’8”h Max 8’0”w x 8’8”h
3-Panel: Min 9’0”w x 6’8”h Max 12’0”w x 8’0”h
4-Panel: Min 10’0”w x 6’8”h Max 16’0”w x 8’0”h

THERMALLY IMPROVED ALUMINUM SIZES
2-Panel: Min 5’0”w x 6’8”h Max 8’0”w x 6’10”h
3-Panel: Min 9’0”w x 6’8”h Max 12’0”w x 6’10”h
4-Panel: Min 10’0”w x 6’8”h Max 16’0”w x 6’10”h

Two Kinds of Aluminum

All Milgard aluminum doors offer sealed, mechanically-joined corners that stay square and true over time, helping to keep homes dry.

Standard Aluminum
Designed and assembled with extruded aluminum for a strong frame that is built to last.


Thermally Improved Aluminum
Includes a polyurethane channel cut through the extruded aluminum to reduce thermal transfer and improve energy efficiency.

Make it Your Own

Grids
Express your creativity and dramatically increase your home’s curb appeal with our grid options. Select grid choices placed inside our insulated glass units for easiest window cleaning.


Decorative Glass
For rooms, such as the bathroom, we offer obscure glass for privacy or decorative flair. We also have tinted glass for additional shading from direct sunlight. 


Timeless Finish Options

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which is better vinyl or aluminum sliding doors?
Both have pros and cons but in terms of insulation and energy efficiency vinyl excels more because it minimizes heat transfer.

What are the best materials to use for patio doors?
1. Wood – very elegant looking material and low maintenance
2. Aluminum – sturdy and strong
3. Fiberglass – highly resistant to harsh weather
4. Vinyl – less expensive compared to other materials.
5. Steel – most durable material

How much does it cost to put in a patio door?
Patio door installation cost varies depending on the materials and professional labor cost. Homeowners could pay between $1,200 and $10,000 with most of them usually pays an average cost of $2,500.

How do you make aluminum windows slide easier?
Anything that mechanically moves requires lubrication. Aluminum windows should be treated with care and properly maintained against corrosion.

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