Did you know that drafts can sneak in and out through your patio door just like they can with your windows?

But here’s the thing: patio doors are typically larger than windows, so that means even more warmth and comfort are escaping out of your house. As the winter temperatures fall, this can become a real concern.

Luckily, investing in a new, well-crafted patio door from D&W Windows and Sunrooms can improve things considerably. Keep warmth in, keep the winter out, and add some style to your home!


Energy Savings

When it comes to creating a comfortable and inviting living space, the little details make all the difference. That’s why our patio doors – like our Michigan Windows – are made with insulated glass and vinyl frames that create an unbeatable thermal barrier. This means that, no matter the season, your home will be comfortable and inviting. During winter months, enjoy sunlight while the warmth stays inside your home. And during summer months, you won’t have to worry about heat the seeping inside and making things uncomfortably warm.


Safety and Security

When it comes to our patio doors, safety is always a top priority. Not only should it look great, but it must also provide a secure barrier for your family and belongings against unwanted intruders. Our high-quality patio doors offer just that – maximum protection for your peace of mind. With a multi-point locking system and full-length interlocking rails, you can be assured that you’re choosing a design that prioritizes your safety without compromising on style.


Stylish Choices

We understand that the look of your patio door is just as important as its functionality, and that’s why we offer a variety of options that can help you achieve both. With designs featuring two, three, or four door panels, each patio door can also be customized with a distinctive frame color that matches your home’s style.


More Space

One appealing perk of our high-quality patio doors is the extra space they provide. With a sliding patio door, you don’t have to worry about bumping into furniture or losing valuable square footage when you open and close your door. Instead, you can fully maximize the usable space in your home, making it feel even more spacious and inviting.


Disclaimer: Our blog offers general information only; it isn’t an endorsement of specific actions. Please consult professionals and consider your situation before making decisions. D&W Windows is not responsible for any outcomes resulting from the advice provided.