Patio Doors

Overview

Patio DoorsPatio Doors Overview

Patio doors are used daily, especially during the hot summer days; therefore we have designed our patio doors to glide smoothly, with maximum security mechanism so that their performance doesn’t decline even ten years from the day of installation.

At Loyal Seal we keep in mind both functionality and design with our patio doors as well as with all our products (windows, doors and porches).

We offer 8 different models of patio doors, you can view them below.

Styles

Styles

These are the available door configurations. Click each image for larger view.

click to enlarge Oceanview click to enlarge Muskoka click to enlarge Algonquin click to enlarge Collingwood
click to enlarge Parkview click to enlarge Prairie View click to enlarge Bevelled Glass click to enlarge Nuance

Sizes

Sizes

Hundreds of size designs are available for you patio doors.

Hardware

Locks & Handles

Distinctive patio doors like these call for handles and locks that meet your design desires.

Grilles

Grille Style

We let you add dimension and design to your patio doors without spoiling your view.

Colors

Color Options

Interior & Exterior Colors

White

Ivory
Q-120

Dark Sandalwood
Q-130

Carmel Corn
Q-330

Sand Stone
Q-190

Glazing

Glazing

Insulation Values

It has been said that windows are the eyes of the home, giving occupants the opportunity to bring the outdoors into their home. Although natural daylight and scenic views add beauty to your indoor environment, this allows the harsh elements to enter as well. From blistering heat to frigid cold your windows could expose you to higher energy costs and damaging UV exposure. In-efficient windows can add 30 to 40% to your yearly heating and cooling costs. Our insulated line of glazing options will allow you to prevent any extra costs occuring from your windows.

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Triple Pane Pack R6 is only available on Classic Collection: Awning Windows, Casement, High Profile Fixed Windows, and all windows in the Heritage Collection. Triple Pane Pack R9 is only available on Classic Collection: Awning Windows, Casement, High Profile Fixed Windows, and all windows in the Heritage Collection.

 



Double Pane 
- double strength glass is standard in our insulated units along with Low-e 2 and Super Spacer all certified and Energy Star compliant.


Tri-Pane Safe Vision
laminated glass is produced by bonding a combination of plastic vinyl layers and polyester film between two panes of glass pressed into a single sheet. The third plane of Low-E coated glass completees the sealed unit. Laminated glass provies maximum safety from breakage, sound transmission and blocks 95% of damaging UV rays.


Triple Plane
consists of two lites of Low-E coated glass with an interior glass substrate, which creates two insulating chambers. These chambers can be filled with either argon or kyrpton gas.  Triple pane will provide maximum R-values, reduced sound transmission, and 95% UV ray blockage.
Argon Gas is an additional energy efficiency benefit available with any Low-E glass optino. Argon gas is an inert gas that is 40% denser than air. This density will create greater resistance to the transfer of heat and cold through your windows and will increase the efficiency of your windows by 30%.

Krypton Gas is denser than argon creating even greater resistence to energy transfer through your glass. Krypton performs best in smaller insulated air spaces. This is an ideal complement to the triple pane units creating higher R-values.

 

 

 

 

 


Coated Glass

The ultimate glass for comfort at home. Whether it is 20 below or 110 in the shade, you can bring year-round comfort to your home with LoĒ²-272 glass. In winter, LoĒ²-272 reflects heat back into the room. In summer, it rejects the sun’s heat and damaging solar rays. Additionally, it is the clearest, highest performing glass you can buy - without haze or a bluish cast.

Weather will never bother you again, since the LoĒ²-272 coated glass reflects the outside harmful rays back, and keeps the heat indoors. You can see an example of the difference in temperature when using the LoĒ²-272 below.

It's like an invisible insulation! The insulating value of LoĒ²-272 is nearly double that of an ordinary insulating glass unit, or the equivalent of a quad-glazed window!

LoĒ²-272 even outperforms the tinted glass often used in warm, sunny climates. You see out and the light shines in, with no heavy bronze or smoke-colored tints to darken the personality of your home.

Really, no matter what it is like outside, you can count on LoĒ²-272 glass to comfort you and your loved ones on the inside – all year long.

Energy Star Windows

The tables below outline the ENERGY STAR qualifying levels for each of four climate zones, with Zone A being the warmest and Zone D the coldest.

Zone Heating degree-
day range
U-VALUE PATH OR ENERGY RATING PATH
Maximum W/m2•K (Btu/hsq. ft.• ° F) SHGC* Minimum ER (dimensionless)
Maximum U-value 2.00 W/m2•K
or 0.35 Btu/hsq. ft.• ° F)
          Windows with sashes and doors Windows without sashes
A ≤ 3500 2.00 (0.35) Any or 17 27
B > 3500 to ≤  5500 1.80 (0.32) Any or 21 31
C > 5500 to ≤  8000 1.60 (0.28) Any or 25 35
D > 8000 1.40 (0.25) Any or 29 39

 

ENERGY STAR climate zone map for Canada

The efficiency of a windows and doors must take into account the weather conditions. Different climates demand windows with different characteristics, namely expressed in terms of unwanted heat losses (U-Factor) and unwanted heat gains (SHGC).

In cold climates it's particularly important to use low-E coating glasses to reduce heat losses through the windows.

In hot climates the most important is to use Low E2 glasses to limit solar heat gains (low-E2 glasses are particular efficient in reducing the infrared and some ultraviolet rays, besides being good insulators and transmitters of visible light).

  

 

 

Heating and Cooling Energy Savings

(Percentage of dollars saved over ordinary glass)

Total energy costs (heating+cooling) comparing a clear double-pane glass to LowE2-272 glass for a house with 15% window to wall ratio uniformly distributed on all four side of thehouse. The smaller savingsvalue assumes identical occu-pancy patterns. The largervalue shows the potential sav-ings when the improvement inoccupant comfort is included. Ahome with LowE2-272 can deliverequivalent comfort with a lowerheating setpoint in the winterand a higher cooling setpoint inthe summer.

Self-Cleaning Glass

The Self Cleaning 'neat' glass harnesses the sun's UV rays to loosen dirt so water can rinse it away, leaving windows virtually spotless. Your windows will stay cleaner longer and will clean easier.

Homeowners and builders will enjoy the effects that a little sun, rain and Neat glass brings to windows.

The titanium dioxide layer of Neat glass reacts chemically with the sun’s UV rays and causes organic materials that are on the glass to decompose. It works even on cloudy days, as 80% of UV radiation gets through cloud cover. Thus when it rains, the decomposed dirt no longer clings to the glass, easily rinsing away. You can see exactly what we mean in the video below: 

A smoother glass is a cleaner glass, and Neat glass is ultra smooth. A thin layer of silicon dioxide makes Neat glass exceptionally smooth and hydrophilic, much smoother than ordinary hydrophobic glass. This allows water to disperse evenly or “sheet off” and evaporate quickly, greatly reducing water spotting. You can see an example of how this works here:

Safety Glass

Safety Glass

Tri-Pane Safe laminated glass is produced by bonding a combination fo plastic vinyl layers and polyester film between two panes of glass pressed into a single sheet. the third pane of glass completes the sealed uni. 

It has a look of an ordinary glass, but protects like a shield against impact, forced entry, sun damage and unwanted noise.

 

 

Annealed Glass
Ordinary window glss breaks easily producing long, sharp splinters.

Tempered Glass
Shatters completely under higher levels of impact energy, and few pieces remain in the frame.
Laminated Glass
Resists extreme force. Even if it does crack under pressure, it remains intact as glass adheres to the plastic vinyl interlayer.

Privacy Glass

This glass is specially tinted to give you the privacy you deserve. Add this finish to your glass in order to secure yourself a safe, and private home.

Frosted Glass

Grey

Bronze

Sandblasted

Delta Sandblasted

Glue Chip

Spacers

A spacer is the component, or piece, used in window manufacturing that separates and seals the two panes of glass in an insulating glass (IG) system. Its intent is to insulate your windows to help maintain an ideal temperature during the seasons you heat or cool your house.

Historically, spacers commonly contained metal, which manufacturers thought provided more durability for their windows. However, what happens with a metal spacer – even one containing aluminum – is that it acts as a conductor. In other words, the metal acts as a catalyst to the very thing it was trying to prevent.

Super Spacer is a true dual seal warm edge spacer system that uses a high-performance acrylic adhesive for its structural seal, backed by a moisture vapor seal. Two seals are better than one – proven by the fact the windows made with Super Spacer last five times longer in durability tests than single-seal units.

Unlike metal spacers, Super Spacer can bounce back when put to the test against winds, temperature fluctuation, rain, snow and UV light. The foam construction of Super Spacer allows it to expand and contract as need, but always return to its original shape. Without Super Spacer’s 100 percent memory formula, windows can eventually crack and lead to seal failure.

The fact that Super Spacer is non-conductive means that it also protects a major household threat: mold. Window condensation can lead to molds that increase the likelihood of allergens, including fungi, viruses and mites that might cause respiratory infections, allergies and asthma.

Windows lose and gain heat by conduction, convention, radiation and air leakage. Conduction is the movement of air through a solid material – touch a hot skillet and you feel heat conducted from the stove through the pan. Heat flows through a window in much the same way.