1-3/4" thick sash
Standard jamb width is 4-9/16"
3" wide LVL stiles and rails
Constructed of pine, with pine interior stops and wood
mull casings on mulled units
Energy efficient, insulating LoE
(tempered glass is
standard on patio doors)
Glazed to the interior with beveled wood glazing beads
All exterior wood parts are treated
.050" thick, 6063 extruded aluminum alloy frames are
press fit on to the wood frame exterior of all units
Accessory grooves are integral to the extruded frames
for the easy addition of accessories
Frame corners are mitered or profile cut, with internal
corner and end keys screwed into the joints and
injected with sealant
Sash exterior is covered with .063" thick, 6063
extruded aluminum alloy
70% PVDF fluoropolymer finish on frame and sash
(meets performance requirements of AAMA 2605)
Fully weatherstripped for a tight seal
Tandem rollers with adjustable, ball-bearing wheels
carry the sliding panel
Single-point mortise latch with handle set in a Bright
Screens with BetterVue
fiberglass mesh and extruded
One-piece, pultruded fiberglass sill with continuous
aluminum sill nosing and fiberglass sill filler
Thick oak interior threshold
Heavy vinyl nailing fins with head drip caps*
Garden Aire Sliding Patio Door Standard Features
NOTE: All measurements are nominal.
* Standard only on units without brickmould.
As standard, a single-point mortise latch is factory-applied to each Garden-Aire sliding patio door, with a Bright Brass
handle set shipped loose for field installation. A multi-point lock and handle is also available. Handle sets and finish
options are shown below.
The arch escutcheon
option for multi-point
handle sets for sliding
doors will complement
Verona swinging door
*The Oil-Rubbed finish is a living finish, which means that it will change appearance over time with use
PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish is an application over the color which helps protect the hardware against tarnishing, peeling and cracking.
148 Kolbe Ultra Series
Sliding patio doors are a space-saving way to connect your indoor and outdoor living spaces. Slide the doors from side-to-
side to operate and create access to the outdoors. Sliding patio doors are available in various sizes to accommodate new
construction or remodeling projects.
Photo courtesy of Kenneth M Wyner Photography, Inc
Architecture by Christopher L. Pattey, Becker Morgan Group.