UPVC Sliding Patio Doors

A unique sliding patio door that matches our exceptional standard in energy performance, strength and security. Not to mention the seamless look which matches perfect alongside our window products.

Built For The Outdoors

The superior design of Slider24 Patio Doors means robust long-life weather performance; the best security with a future-proof PAS24 compliant certificate and top of the range Yale locking hardware; and a low threshold for easy access and Part M compliance.

The Slider24 Doors have the best proven weather performance and A+ Energy rating performance.

Extensive Colour Choice

With an extensive selection of colours and colourways, we help you choose the perfect colour palette for your home.

Homeowners have a choice of foil colours in 18 colourways from our Colour Express range, and 6 premium woodgrain colour foils from our Heritage Colour Collection. Each colour has its own matching ancillaries, trims and accessories so your new sliding patio door and windows are perfectly matched.

Choose Your Colour

26+ Colourways Available

All 26 colourways are supplied from stock for our windows and doors so there are no long lead times from your retailer and your complete order arrives together.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are sliding patio doors damage proof?

If the Sliding Patio doors are misused, damage can occur. If the door is closed with force or slammed, the doors could bounce back from the frame and damage the mechanism.

How many sliding door panels should I have?

The number of sliding panels is down to personal choice and also building restrictions. We can discuss the pro’s and con’s to each panel number and overall door design.

What is best, a Sliding Door or a Folding Door?

This depends on your home and personal requirements. Generally, if you have a large garden, countryside or views then the sliding doors are a better choice because they have less PVC and framework. If you have a smaller space and want to connect the outside with the inside, then Bi-Folding Doors may be a better option.

What is the difference between an inline / lift and slide door?

An inline sliding door has the glass panels sliding within the frame and tracks. They slide to the left or the right depending on the tracks used and are available in up to 6 sliding panels.

The lift and slide doors have the sliding panels positioned behind the frame. The door handle is rotated and raises your door away from the frame to be able to slide. The lift and slide doors can tilt or lift ventilation, they have more locking positions and more flexibility.

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