Boral’s Multi-Panel Gliding Patio Door
System flexibility is ideal for creating seamless indoor-outdoor connections, increased ventilation.
Boral Windows has introducing a gliding patio door system with customizable 2-, 3-, and 4-panel configurations up to 8 feet high and totaling up to 16 feet wide.
The flexibility and large sizes are ideal for creating seamless indoor-outdoor connections and increasing ventilation and daylight infiltration, Boral said.
Built for quality, the saddle-style patio doors glide on a reinforced vinyl rail and heavy-duty, adjustable stainless steel rollers. They feature a mechanical frame and welded sash, dual-seal weather-stripping, reinforced vinyl hollows, and an internal weep system. A knocked-down frame system allows for easy transport and on-site assembly of large doors.
“Our new patio door is the perfect combination of form and function: Beautiful, expansive views, alongside meticulous quality to stand up to whatever Mother Nature has in store,” says David Decker, president of Boral Windows. “Contractors can provide the look and outdoor lifestyles homeowners crave without installation hassles or concern about callbacks.”
To increase privacy while remaining streamlined, the patio doors can be specified with between-the-glass blinds. Other features include multiple grid patterns and multi-point locking hardware with a keyed lock. Screen options are available.
The doors carry a DP-50 class performance rating and can be specified with impact-rated glass. LoE insulated glass and dual LoE insulated glass bring the doors’ R-value to 3.33 and 4.35, respectively. White or beige colors are standard; commercial bronze and black exterior finishes also are available.
The patio door is currently available in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, the Florida Panhandle, Tennessee, and North and South Carolina.
Boral Windows Boral Windows is a division of Boral North America, the North American arm of Boral Limited.
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