This is where the standard for vinyl patio doors is set. Milgard extrudes our own vinyl sliding door components to give you the best quality and consistency. In fact, Milgard vinyl patio doors meet light commercial ratings and are built to last a lifetime. Unlike wood, they will not warp, crack or peel. They won’t absorb moisture, so they slide open easily in any weather. What’s more, they feature the most functional and attractive hardware available. All Milgard sliding doors meet or exceed the criteria for structural integrity and reliable performance established by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA).
Tuscany sliding glass doors are traditional in appearance and solid in construction. All Tuscany sliding patio doors come with our Award Winning Smart touch® Handle, SunCoat® Low E glass and EdgeGard™ spacer. State-of-the-art door rollers allow for effortless operation and adjustment of door panels. Choose from seven premium exterior colors with complementary color on exterior handle. Milgard offers multiple grid and glass options to enhance the look of your home.
Enjoy the Traditional Beauty of a Real French Door
All vinyl construction with heavy-duty aluminum reinforcement and standard three-point locking hardware ensure security and performance. And with true stile and rail (frame and panel) construction, the Tuscany vinyl swinging door has an authentic French Rail look. Optional operable sidelites let the fresh air and light stream in for a perfectly framed view. It’s beauty with brawn.
Style Line™ Series Patio Doors
You’ll love the view from your Milgard Style Line™ patio door. It combines sleek modern lines with maximum glass for a large viewing area. Style Line sliding doors feature the same quality vinyl compounds and distinctive hardware that have made Milgard the preferred choice for new and existing homes. Milgard’s maintenance-free vinyl frames won’t crack, peel or require paint. What’s more, all our vinyl sliding glass doors include a steel reinforcement beam and locksets which exceeds the nation’s toughest forced-entry codes.