Light, bright, panoramic views and direct access to your garden, decking or patio
Featuring a sliding-side opening, patio doors are ideal for areas within the home with restricted space. The large glazing area allows for maximum light exposure and offers extended views of the garden or surrounding area.
Combining convenience, security and aesthetic appeal, patio doors are ideal for conservatories, porches or rooms that require increased access to the outdoor space.
Inliten 70mm high performance frame system
Steel reinforcement in sash and outer frame
Double or triple glazing, with a WER A rating as standard
Every Inliten window comes with a WER ‘A’ Rating as standard. Designed for enhanced energy and thermal performance, Inliten’s multi-chamber design minimises heat loss through the frame, whilst the Soft Coat glass, warm edge spacer bars and high-performance glazing reflects internal heat back into the home whilst absorbing solar energy from outside.
Tough, robust and durable. Inliten frames are fully welded, internally beaded and steel reinforced for maximum strength, and because they are made to measure, structural integrity. Inliten windows are also fitted with a high performance multi-point locking mechanism as standard, ensuring the highest levels of safety and security for your home. All window components and hardware are specifically selected and fitted to ensure ease of use and long term performance.
Fully sculptured for enhanced visual appeal, Inliten windows are available in a vast range of styles, sizes and opening configurations, with the option of adding Georgian or Astrical bars for a more traditional appearance. For maximum personalisation, Inliten windows are available in a range of colour options, from authentic grain-effect foils to spray-painted RAL colours.
Our Patio Doors are available with either energy efficient 24mm double or 36mm triple glazed units. For optimum security, all Inliten door glazing units use toughened glass – which is 4-5 times more difficult to break than standard glass – on both the outside and inside panes of the glazing unit.