Andersen Replacement Doors | Custom Folding Patio
Some applications, such as a wide entryway to a patio or pool deck, are perfect spots for custom Andersen foldable doors. These beautiful and expansive doors can be an incredible statement in a home and create a true indoor-outdoor feeling, offering more living space and making entertaining or just relaxing at home a more enjoyable experience.
- Virtually maintenance-free
- Perma-Shield, Fibrex, or metal clad exteriors will not corrode, peel, or fade.
- Extruded frame provides superior strength that will not dent or splinter.
- Fibrex material is 2x stronger than vinyl and performs better in extreme temperatures.
Save on Energy
- Offers all-weather design to help keep you cool in summer and warm in winter
- Weatherstripping protects from drafts, wind, and water
- Low-emissivity glass options help keep heating and cooling bills low
- Most meet or exceed ENERGY STAR® v6.0 certification
Improve Your Home
- Historical accuracy in styling
- Architectural designs available
- Mortise and tenon + mitered corner joinery
- Many exterior color options
- Variety of wood species and interior options
- Fibrex exterior trim options to accent your home
Official Andersen Door Specialist
Custom Foldable and Sliding Doors
Known as Andersen “Big Doors”, these folding doors can instantly open the boundary between indoors and outdoors. These doors can fold up and back in one motion. Up to 10’ tall and 48’ in length, these doors are commonly used in indoor/outdoor pool areas.
“All work was exceptional, and we were completely satisfied with the installation.”
What Makes Andersen Doors Special?
Available in a wide variety of finishes, these weather-resistant doors give you options for materials and colors that let you have a truly custom look.
Available in custom sizes to fit any application.
Energy efficiency is one of the main reasons homeowners choose to replace their doors, and most of these meet or exceed ENERGY STAR® v6.0 certification.
Andersen covers issues in manufacturing for ten years on parts and pieces and twenty years on glass issues, making these a truly safe investment in your home.
Looking For Windows?
Not only is Replacement NC Central North Carolina’s leader in replacing Andersen doors, but we have a variety of windows available to fit any project and home as well.
FAQs About Custom Folding Doors
Choosing the right doors for your space is easier said than done. It can be a challenge to settle on doors when you have hundreds of options, but you can at least narrow it down to the type of doors you want. If you’re not sure whether you want custom folding doors, check out our answers to some frequently asked questions about them.
Do folding doors open inward or outward?
Some folding doors open inward while many others open outward. There are advantages to both options, but most people prefer custom folding doors that open outward because they save space inside the home.
What is the main appeal of custom folding doors?
Custom folding doors are incredibly flexible. You can open them to any width within the frame to let in as much air or light as you want. In addition, custom folding doors are suitable for many different design styles. Whether you like a modern or traditional appearance, custom folding doors can complement your style well.
How do I know whether custom folding doors are right for my space?
Custom folding doors are great for many types of spaces. They can help save room in areas that are too small for swinging doors, and they’re perfect for leading out into your yard. If you’re still not sure whether custom folding doors are a good choice for your space, reach out to us. We’re a Master Certified Andersen Contractor and can recommend an option that works well for you.
Do custom folding doors require professional installation?
We highly recommend hiring professionals for custom folding door installation. We are skilled professionals, and even our measure techs have installation experience, so you can rely on us.
At Replacement NC, we install custom folding doors in Central North Carolina, including Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, Jamestown, Chapel Hill, Durham, Cary, Raleigh, Hillsboro, Winston-Salem, Asheboro, Mebane, Summerfield, Kernersville, and Clemmons.