Andersen Replacement Doors | Gliding
These are also called sliding glass doors, but they’re designed to move horizontally in a track. They’re very good for tighter spaces or high-traffic areas because they don’t interfere with the space around them. These are typically the most common patio doors. With our team at Replacement NC, you get the quality of Andersen products with the reliability and experience of installers who have done this for decades.
- 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
Replacing your doors can be a huge and important project for your home. Gliding doors from Andersen are an ideal option for an elegant look for both new and old homes.
Gliding Door Series
400 Series French Wood
The 400 Series French Wood is the best-selling Andersen gliding door. It has interior finishes of pine, maple, or oak, as well as white. It comes with a durable vinyl exterior and the option for blinds in between the glass.
200 Series Narroline
The 200 Narroline series is another excellent French gliding door that is wood with a vinyl exterior. It comes with a white or pine interior and six options for the exterior. The 200 series is one of the best-value doors on the market.
200 Series Perma-Shield
This 200 series door features a more contemporary look. Like the Narroline, it is wood with a durable vinyl exterior; however, it comes with 6 interior color finishes.
The 100 series gliding patio door is popular due to its value and reliability. It’s constructed from composite Fibrex and comes in colors ranging from white to black on both the interior and exterior.
The E-series door is the most customizable Andersen gliding door. It is wood with an exceptionally low-maintenance aluminum exterior. The E-series is available in many sizes and configurations, but custom sizes are also available. Like other E-series products, it has many wood finishes, interior colors, and exterior colors and finishes.
The A-series is considered the most efficient gliding door. It is wood with a fiberglass exterior for enhanced durability. It is available in a multiple-panel configuration and many different colors and wood finishes.
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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 more 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 wide variety of Andersen Windows available as well.
FAQs About Gliding Doors
Choosing doors for your space is a big decision. You want to be sure you’re getting a highly functional, durable, and beautiful product while also making sure you’re choosing the right type of door. Because it’s important for you to be informed before making your choice, we have answered several frequently asked questions about gliding doors below.
What kind of maintenance do gliding doors require?
Gliding doors need to be cleaned periodically to remove dirt and spots from the glass. Using a simple glass cleaner or soapy water should work fine. In addition, it’s important to clean the track regularly, as dirt can get clogged in it and prevent your door from sliding smoothly. These tasks don’t take long and will help your gliding doors last.
Why do you recommend Andersen gliding doors?
We recommend Andersen products because they use high-quality materials. Andersen gliding doors offer superior durability and a wide range of styles, so you’re sure to find gliding doors you’ll love among the lineup. In addition, Andersen provides great warranties.
What are the main advantages of gliding doors over other types of doors?
Gliding doors are a great space-saving option since they don’t have hinges. They also allow a lot of natural light to stream through, which brightens your home and highlights its beauty. Whether you prefer a traditional or modern aesthetic, gliding doors can enhance your space.
Can I install gliding doors myself?
It’s best to trust professionals to install your gliding doors. We’re a Master Certified Installer, so you can rely on us to install your gliding doors correctly and securely.
At Replacement NC, we install gliding 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.
1. INITIAL MEETING AND PROJECT ASSESSMENT
2. STYLES AND OPTIONS
It can be tough to navigate the process of buying new replacement windows or doors for your home. At Replacement NC, we not only offer competitive pricing on industry-leading Andersen windows and doors, but we also offer personalized service and decades of installation experience to help bring your vision to life, with as little stress for you as possible. Learn more about our process below.