If you plan to make your living space more comfortable, Pella patio doors is the answer. Patio door is one of the most important elements to make you feel more comfortable because it allows you to enjoy the view from your backyard. Pella patio doors offer some interesting options with stunning design to add extra charm to your home. This time I will talk about Pella’s wood hinged patio doors that are available in three option series; Architect Series 850, Designer Series 750, and ProLine 450 Series.
You can choose two movable doors that swing open from the sides, one movable with one fixed door, or a single door for smaller space. Pella patio doors Architect series give you the opportunity to choose one of four wood types such as Alder, Douglas Fir, Mahogany, and Pine. The interior finishes are extraordinary. Some of the options are Linen White, Cherry, Dark Mahogany, Early American, and Reg Mahogany. The choice of exterior finishes are much more diverse. I love the Stormy Blue, Summer Sage, Cranberry, Eldridge Grey, and Poplar white. The grille patterns and hardware options will help you to enhance any architectural style. You can also choose the grille profile between the Integral Light Technology Grilles that are permanently bonded to the inside and outside of the glass, Removable Roomside Wood Grilles to make cleaning easier, and Grilles-Between-the-Glass which the grilles are permanently sealed between the panes of insulating glass.
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Pella patio doors Designer Series offer something different. It features Removable between-the-glass blinds, shades and grilles which more energy efficient than single pane glass. Meanwhile, if you have a limited budget, you can choose Pella ProLine 450 Series which offer lower price. Just like the Architect and Designer Series, it provides wide selections of interior and exterior finishes, grille patterns and profiles, and also the hardware styles. Each Pella product also uses high-transparency screens for more light and more airflow. What do you think about hinged Pella patio doors?