Marvin Windows Clad Sliding French Door and Clad Sliding Patio Door – Glenbrook U
Extruded aluminum cladding is substantially stronger than roll-form aluminum. The difference in strength is similar to the difference in thickness of an industrial chair versus an inexpensive lawn chair. The 70 % 500 paint finish keeps colors strong and true as it resists chalking and fading. Cladding and finish together exceed the AAMA’s toughest specification (2605) for aluminum cladding.
Our built-to-order process meets unique customer specifications to create one-of-a-kind patio doors. And it’s all backed by the industry’s most knowledgeable and responsive support service experts.
An industry exclusive, it gives homeowners the security of a multi-point lock with the sleeker aesthetics of a traditional wood door. It also draws the door panel tight to the weather strip for superior performance. The multi-point lock comes standard, or you can choose the threepoint locking system for sliding French Doors for added security.
Allow for 1/4″ in vertical and horizontal movement to fine-tune the door as a house settles over time. Adjustable Hinges are available with a durable powder coat finish (Goldtone, Silver Frost, Satin Taupe, White and Dark Bronze), offering beautiful choices at an exceptional value. Or if a more custom look is desired, metal finishes (Polished Chrome, Brass, Satin Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Satin Chrome and Antique Brass) offer a perfect complement to our premium finishes or Architectural Hardware options.
The innovative Low Profile Sill is a new option for both wood and clad Sliding Patio Doors. Rising less than 3/4″ above the base floor, the sill is ADA compliant and perfect for creating smooth transitions between interior and exterior spaces. Available in two finishes, the sill doesn’t compromise aesthetics in order to deliver durability, ease of operation and a DP40 rating on most sliding door configurations.
Designed for durability and to minimize air and water infiltration. Many of our door products are certified to a DP rating of 40, and available with StormPlus packages for more severe coastal environments. For the homeowner, this means longevity and performance over time.
We use real wood throughout. No shortcuts. Real wood cores: jambs, headers and rails are solid wood, not timber-strand or non-wood components. All of which helps to greatly increase thermal efficiency. Standard: white oak, cherry, pine, Douglas fir, vertical grain Douglas fir, cedro macho, mahogony. Signature: maple, black walnut, western red cedar.
Tight Simulated Divided Lite fit and product joinery, plus beautiful shadow lines demonstrate Marvin’s renowned craftsmanship and attention to detail. Stiles, rails, hardware and astragals all work together for a perfect aesthetic balance.
Stainless steel adjustable rollers withstand traffic and seasonal changes so the door slides smoothly and effortlessly over time. Screens are top hung with roller bar, adjustable rollers and replaceable bottom guide so they slide smoothly and won’t slip off the track. Smooth operation is matched with traditional or contemporary design for doors that perform beautifully.