Lowes Glass Doors vs PJ Fitzpatrick
When it comes to glass doors, you may be thinking of one of two types – a door made almost entirely from glass (such as a sliding patio door) or a door that has glass accents. While both can be considered glass doors, they’re also very different. Here, we’ll break down their differences and the benefits of each.
Glass Patio Doors
Many homeowners opt for glass patio doors because of the amount of light that they let in. Their glass feature also gives you a look into the back yard, which opens up the room and can create the illusion of more space in your home. If you opt for a door that slides instead of opens inward or outward, you’ll also save room.
Glass doors are usually set in fiberglass or vinyl frames (as opposed to wood), which makes them long-lasting and resistant to natural effects like swelling, rotting, termites, warping, rusting, and more. These thin frames also help add strength while maintaining the door’s open visual feature.
Doors with Glass Accents
If you’re interested in a door with a glass accent more than a glass door, our experts can help you in this area too. Glass accents can be incorporated into nearly any door material, including wood, fiberglass, and steel. These accents vary in size and shape, depending on your preference; you may want a glass pane that spans the height of the door or you may want just a small accent pane across the top of the door.
The glass you choose for your accent can come in a wide variety of styles, from frosted to textured to etched to wrought iron-decorated and more. Which you choose may depend on privacy, budget, and style, and we at P.J. Fitzpatrick can give you a hand.
For the best in doors, skip the Lowes glass doors and trust P.J. Fitzpatrick. We’ll help you decide on the best door for your entryway, patio, dining room, or any other room in your home.