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Sliding Patio Doors


5-13/16" overall frame depth; 1-1/4" nailing fin setback;

4-9/16" interior jamb


Constructed of multi-chambered uPVC extrusions that

create a thermal barrier and help to reduce the intrusion

of outside noise


Fusion-welded frame and sash corners help prevent the

infiltration of water and air while also providing greater

structural integrity


White or Beige units

(color is integral part of the extrusion)


Energy efficient, insulating LoE


-270 glass

(tempered glass is

standard on sliding patio doors)


Glazed to the exterior with beveled glazing beads,

providing long-term performance while boasting crisp

angles and a traditional profile


Profiled sash and interior “sticking” provides a traditional



Interior and exterior accessory grooves allow for addition

of accessories to further enhance the appearance and

provide design flexibility


Integral 1-1/4" nailing fin provides easier installation and

helps seal the window opening


Fully weatherstripped for a tight seal


Metal reinforced meeting and lock stiles for long-lasting

performance, durability and security


Door panels with continuous interlock and dual

weatherstrip virtually eliminates air and water infiltration


End-adjustable steel ball-bearing rollers to carry the sash

and provide smooth operation


Aluminum framed sliding screen with smooth operating

top and bottom rollers and BetterVue


fiberglass mesh is

insect resistant and GreenGuard


certified for improved

indoor air quality


Field-reversible operation prior to installation

(on 6'8" and 6'10"

heights only)

Sliding Patio Doors Standard Features

NOTE: All measurements are nominal.

Sliding Patio Door – Interior

(Interior wood appearance option in Dark Oak)

Sliding Patio Door – Exterior

(Heat-reflective exterior coating option in



Kolbe Latitude