Sliding patio door in uPVC

Patio doors in Essex and Suffolk

Treat your home to a glorious view of the outside world. The ultra-slim sightlines in the patio doors from Halstead Glass transform the room into a bright and airy living space. The doors are easy to open and close with the unique 8 wheeled ‘air glide’ system. The smooth rolling action allows you to operate them silently and effortlessly.

Customise the patio doors to perfectly complement your home:

  • Choose the configuration of doors you’d like, selecting up to 4 panes for a wider opening span
  • Glass and other glazing choices are available
  • A range of stunning colours from White or Chartwell Green to Irish Oak or Rosewood
  • Handpick your ideal selection from a variety of handle options
Black patio door with sliding functionality

Secure patio doors

Despite being easy to operate, our patio doors don’t compromise on security. The precision engineered ModLok™ locking mechanism in our patio doors has been developed with the world’s leading lock manufacturers. The doors feature 4 hook bolts and 2 shootbolts at the top and bottom of the frame.

Gone are the days of being caught by the hook when going through patio doors. The hooks don’t protrude from the frame, allowing worry-free access for the family. Aluminium is crafted into the frame to reinforce it and provide additional strength and rigidity to the door, offering additional peace of mind.

Sliding patio door in grey uPVC

Outstanding double glazing energy efficiency

Our patio doors have been designed with the British climate in mind and rigorously tested to ensure they exceed British Standards for weather performance. The patented bubble gasket provides a continues seal all the way around the door’s frame, protecting your home from water and making draughts a thing of the past.

They are perfect for warm summer days and manufactured to keep you warm throughout the colder months. Achieving low U-Values, the reliable energy efficiency of the patio doors could reduce the need for heating to be on in winter, resulting in lower energy bills.