Ultra Patio Doors Refresh a Hacienda Style Home


Replacing Old Patio Doors

When this homeowner bought a short sale property, she knew from the start she planned to put in replacement patio doors. She ordered the doors right away so that when escrow closed on the home, the doors would be produced and ready for installation.

Looking At Security Options

Milgard® Ultra Series® Fiberglass patio doors were chosen because the homeowner wanted a top quality product that had reliable security features. The Ultra French door comes standard with the a dead bolt, two hooks on the lock stile and rods into goes into both the head and sill of the frame, giving the door a 5 point locking system.

Maintenance Free

Selecting a French patio door that was virtually maintenance free was also an important factor. The dark exterior in the color Black Bean perfectly accented the Mexican architecture of the house.

The new Ultra Outswing Patio Doors, with operable side-lites, not only helped ventilate the house, but also provided access to the yard for her dogs. The homeowner is very pleased with the results.

Project Information

Dealer: Ganahl Lumber

Milgard Product: Ultra Patio Door

Location: San Juan Capistrano, California

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