Enjoy Far Reaching Views With Sliding Patio Doors

Seamlessly connecting inside areas with outdoor patio areas, sliding patio doors are at home in both contemporary and classic settings. Creating large entranceways is what sliding patio doors do best, without having to compromise on essentials such as pleasing South Wales panoramic views.

Sliding patio doors are a great option for homes where space is limited; unlike hinged doors, which swing open and require clearance space, sliding patio doors slide neatly behind each other, so they don’t take up any extra space when open.

We source our uPVC sliding patio doors from industry leaders Rehau, and we can also access other door profiles from Veka and Eurocell if needed.

For those looking for a more contemporary look, we also have sliding patio doors available in appealing aluminium. 

Why Choose uPVC For Patio Doors?

uPVC is a popular material for all kinds of doors because of how reliable it has proven to be over the years. The ultimate all-rounder, uPVC is an excellent material choice for sliding patio doors.

uPVC won’t warp, crack or rot like wood, and it won’t rust or corrode like metal. You can expect a well-maintained uPVC sliding patio door to last for decades with very minimal maintenance. All that’s needed to maintain your uPVC patio door is an occasional quick clean with warm soapy water!

The natural strength of uPVC also makes it a secure material for doors and, at Futureglaze, our doors come complete with high-quality toughened glass as standard and multipoint locking systems.

Sought-After Aesthetics

At Futureglaze, our uPVC sliding patio doors come in a range of stunning styles to suit your South Wales home. Choose from a selection of colours and finishes ranging from classic neutral shades to traditional wood-effect foils which replicate the appearance of a timber patio door.

Superior Thermal Efficiency

uPVC is a good insulator, which means it will help keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This can lead to lower energy bills and a more comfortable living environment! Not only does uPVC help to lower your home’s carbon footprint by reducing the amount of energy needed for heating and cooling, but uPVC is also a recyclable material at the end of its life!

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