At Renewal by Andersen® of Seattle, our replacement patio doors don’t just enhance the beauty and energy efficiency of your home; they also offer top-notch security.
In today’s post, Renewal by Andersen of Seattle, your local door and window replacement contractor, discusses the locking systems and accompanying hardware of our patio doors.
Easy-to-Operate, Airtight Locking Systems
Our French and sliding patio doors have locking systems that are not only easy to operate but also provide an airtight seal. For our traditional French doors, we offer a five-point locking system with five bolts that are evenly distributed throughout the door frames’ height. A single locking action creates an airtight seal from top to bottom.
Our sliding doors feature a unique reach-out lock, which increases security and improves weathertightness. This locking system pulls the door panel snugly into the jamb, providing a tight closure once latched. In addition to delivering ironclad security, this feature also boosts the energy efficiency of the door, making your home more comfortable.
Our sliding doors can be equipped with an optional auxiliary foot lock for an added measure of security, and exterior keyed locks are available as optional additions for both patio door styles. Our security locks work as well as those of our casement and gliding windows.
Equipping Your Patio Door With Hardware
Thanks to our wide selection of hardware options, our patio doors boast excellent security paired with unique style to suit any home. Choose from our eight handle styles and our 12 colors and finishes to find the perfect option to suit your personal preferences and complement your home’s design. With such a wide selection, your customization options are virtually limitless.
Turn to the window and door replacement pros of Renewal by Andersen of Seattle to guide you in making the right choice. Apart from patio doors, we also offer an array of window styles, from bay and bow windows to double hung windows.