Striking profile with clear contours
Wooden patio doors enjoy a unique warm radiation which only the natural and sustainable raw material wood creates.
Our wooden patio doors are only constructed using specially selected high grade wood, which are then treated using a special, natural impregnation technique. Thus our patio doors a have long life and require only a comparatively low level of maintenance to keep the wood weatherproof and protected.
One can obtain more protection for the wooden patio door by adding the matching aluminium sash cover profile. This means that the wooden window sash is optimally covered and protected by the aluminium against all weather conditions and one can enjoy one's patio door for years to come.
A rain rail fitted as standard provides the optimum draining of rainwater from the patio door and simultaneously protects the frame profile in the area of the sill. A number of different woods are available for the patio doors. The range encompasses woods such as pine, Meranti, oak, larch and even eucalyptus. For each type of wood there is a different varnish (e.g. light pine) so that the patio door can be given its own individual look.
Wooden patio doors are available in a number of different styles and various methods of opening. These range from the simple single-sash door to the sophisticated balcony door or patio door with several sash elements and fanlights.
One extra feature which woks especially well to wooden windows and patio doors is the window bar. Patio door bars underscore the harmonious overall look of the wood and create even more homeliness and a pleasant ambience. But not only bars are the perfect accomaniment to wooden patio doors, the matching handle, e.g. of aluminium, can offer an attractive contrast to thwe wood of the patio door and serve to highlight the natural material even more.
Wooden patio doors are available in the conventional woods such as pine, Meranti, larch and oak, for each of which there is a matching varnish. This means a wide selection of looks for the surface area of the door. Thus your patio door will please for years to come.
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