When you decide to install San Marcos, CA bifold patio doors in your home, you’ll have the option of choosing from all kinds of different framing materials. Just like with windows, patio doors allow you to make the most of a wide range of materials based on what fits the current style of your home. You can select the one that works best with the way the rest of your home looks.
But with bifold patio doors from a manufacturer like Marvin, you’ll get to choose more than just what the frames of your doors look like. You can also select the type of glass that you want to put inside of your doors. There are more than a dozen glass options available to you. Here are some of the most popular glass choices.
Tempered Insulating Glass
Is energy efficiency something that’s important to you? Bifold patio doors are, by and large, one of the most energy efficient patio door options. But you can make them even more energy efficient than usual by putting tempered insulating glass in them. They’ll trap air inside of your home in and keep air outside out. It’ll cut down on how hard your HVAC system needs to work.
Do you want to prevent people from looking into all or part of your home when you have your patio doors in San Marcos, CA closed? Obscure glass has become a popular option among those who value privacy and security. It’s a type of rolled glass that comes with a pattern embedded on the surface of it. It can be used for decorative purposes or for keeping people from glancing into your home.
Glue Chip Glass
When you live in southern California, you’re not going to wake up with frost on your patio doors or windows very often, if ever. But you can give your patio doors a frosty look by putting glue chip glass inside of them. This type of glass has a fern-like pattern on the outside of it that makes it look very unique.
If you want to allow your patio doors to let light into your home while still maintaining some level of privacy, sandblasted glass can be put into the doors to achieve this effect. You might want to consider sandblasting just part of the glass used for your patio doors to make it look decorative or to only block out certain parts of your home.
It doesn’t rain very often in southern California. But you can make it looks like it’s rained on your patio doors with this glass. It gives off the appearance that rain is trickling down your window panes at all times of the day, even though it clearly isn’t. It also lets light into your home while keeping it relatively private.
No matter which type of glass you choose to put in your bifold patio doors, the patio door installers in San Marcos, CA from Priority Doors & Windows will get the job done right. They’ll make sure you love the way the glass in your doors looks once they’re installed. Call us at (619) 281-2333 to hear more about your glass options or check out our patio doors at 8185 Camino Santa Fe, San Diego, CA 92121.