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Installing patio doors helps to bring the outside into your home - take a look and discover their other main advantages here!
Complete peace of mind
Each door carries a 10-year warranty giving you complete peace of mind that your investment is worth every penny
Safeguard your home from unwanted intruders, thanks to the latest high-security locks which help to reduce the risk of burglary
Installing patio doors means there is no need to worry about rotting, warping or re-painting
Save money on your bills
Energy efficient glazing helps to prevent draughts and reduce the amount you spend on heating your home
Wide collection of colours
Choose from more than 200 RAL colours and select a style which best suits your property
Reduce unwanted noise
Improve your sound insulation and help to make your home quieter and cosier
If you have a room with a view, why not make the most of it with sliding patio doors that will frame your garden and are easy to operate?
EYG design, manufacture and install aluminium patio doors and uPVC patio doors. So whether your home is modern or traditional, our standard and made to measure patio doors will mean you can find one that's perfect for your project.
Smooth to open and close, our sliding patio doors will make your interior feel larger and appear more spacious. And because of the way our double glazed patio doors are constructed, you won't have to compromise on security. Not only do they conform to all current safety standards, they are also Secured By Design accredited - meaning they guarantee to keep out unwanted visitors.
Because our patio doors are highly energy efficient, they could also help to save you money by reducing your heating bills. With a variety of materials and colour finishes choose from, all you have to do is choose the ones which will create the perfect bespoke look for your home.
Find out more about patio doors, fill in our call-back form and arrange for one of our experts to conduct a complimentary design survey. Learn how to open up your living space, call 0800 181888 and ask for a free no-obligation quote today!
What security features do they have?
Each panel on our patio sliding doors is painstakingly made to the highest possible standard, with steel reinforcing and toughened safety glass fitted as standard. Boasting a high-security multi-locking system which can be locked from inside or out, our patio doors will help to keep you safe and prevent any unwanted visitors from entering your home.
What patio door colour options are there?
With a wide range of styles and finishes available, you are sure to find the perfect patio door for your home at EYG. Choose from over 200 RAL colours to ensure that your patio sliding doors blend in perfectly with the style of your home. We also offer a dual-colour option - so you can have a different finish on the inside and outside.
Our extended our range of uPVC patio doors also includes a white & cream wood grain effect, providing an attractive alternative to timber but without the stress of any additional future maintenance costs.
How much are EYG's patio door prices?
If you are thinking about getting sliding patio doors, we find it is a good idea to let one of our experts visit your home to give you some free advice and conduct a complimentary design survey. You can then ask any questions you may have - and discover all the great deals we offer.
To obtain an accurate patio doors price in a matter of minutes, simply enter your details into our online quote tool - the price even includes the cost of fitting and VAT so you can quickly discover how far your budget will stretch.
Transform your house into a cosy & comfortable home with EYG, one of the UK's best double glazing installers & home improvement experts!
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