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What Makes Patio Doors Energy Efficient?

Aug 03, 2021

Patio doors in a living room, leading out to a back yard If you’re searching for new patio doors to add to your home, do you know what to look for? While you should seek doors that are well-rounded in their features, there’s one factor that is a step above the rest in terms of importance. As with any investment in your home, you should be thinking about how you can improve energy efficiency. Are the doors you’re considering energy-efficient enough? To be able to answer that question, you need to have the answer to a more general question: What makes patio doors energy-efficient?

Factors That Make for Energy-Efficient Patio Doors

When you’re evaluating patio doors on their energy efficiency, one of the biggest factors to consider is the glass packages they feature. Are they multi-paned? Do they feature low-E coatings? Are there gas fills in between the panes? If “yes” is the answer to all of those questions, chances are that you’re looking at some outstanding doors. Any additional features, such as thermal spacer systems or multi-layered weatherstripping, will also help improve thermal performance. And when it comes to the installation of your patio doors, they must fit your home perfectly, with an airtight seal, so that cool air doesn’t escape during the summer or enter during the winter.

Energy-Efficient Patio Doors From a Longstanding Name in the Industry

When you’re ready to add new energy-efficient doors to your home, there’s no better company to trust than Lindsay Window & Door. Since 1947, we have been one of the industry’s premier companies when it comes to both windows and doors. And because of our experience and skill, you can trust that the patio doors we install are second to none. We craft them with energy efficiency in mind, using argon gas fills and low-E glass to ensure limited heat transfer so your home stays comfortable.

To learn more about what makes patio doors energy-efficient, or to discuss investing in our patio doors for your home, contact Lindsay Window & Door today.

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Lakewood, WA 98499
(253) 284-5406
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Union, MO 63084
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