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4 Problems That Can be Fixed With New Patio Doors

In addition to bridging your indoor and outdoor spaces, a patio door installation project is one of those home improvements that can solve several problems at once. Let us share with you what these problems are, and how Renewal by Andersen® patio doors solve them.

4 Problems That Can be Fixed With New Patio Doors
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Broken Or Inoperable Doors – Many people often don’t realize how difficult their doors are to operate until they use new ones somewhere else. If your existing patio doors tend to get stuck or are difficult to open and close, they may already be past their life spans and will need to be replaced soon. With Renewal by Andersen patio doors, you can expect long-term performance and smooth operation, whether you prefer French or sliding doors. The latter features our dual ball-bearing rollers with self-contained leveling adjusters for smooth operation.

Difficult Access – Installing a direct path from your indoor space to the yard solves the problem of having to go through the back door every time you need something from the yard. New French or sliding doors open up new possibilities, such as better access points for moving furniture or other large items, or being able to accommodate more guests by stretching the party area to the yard.

Dimly-Lit Indoors – If you find yourself having to turn on the lights for certain areas in your home during the day, new patio doors can dramatically increase the amount of natural light you receive, making your indoor space bright and cheerful. Thanks to the low emissivity (Low-E) coating on all our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass options, you can enjoy as much sunlight as you want without worrying about the harmful effects of invisible UV and infrared rays. Plus, your energy bill will likely decrease.

High Energy Costs – Speaking of your energy bill, if your existing patio doors happen to have single-panel glass, you could be losing a lot of heat during winter. This is because single-panel glass easily conducts heat, which your indoor heating system then has to make up for. This results in high monthly energy costs. With our dual-panel High-Performance Low-E4 glass and insulated patio door frames, you can expect a significant decrease in your indoor heating costs during winter.

If you would like to know more about the benefits of our sliding and French doors, call Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City today at (913) 385-1300 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free in-home consultation with our home improvement experts. We serve homeowners in Olathe and nearby areas.

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"I highly recommend Renewal by Andersen. I am extremely impressed with their ability to take care of any issues I have. The product is superb and is the first thing everyone notices when they come to my home."

PAMELA BLASCHUM | OVERLAND PARK, KS
April, 7

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