August 4, 2016

Patio Doors

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Not all patio doors are created equal. Doors are a reflection of style and luxury. Peach doors are built with energy efficiency and enduring quality in mind and are crafted with the highest quality fiberglass, engineered for strength, durability, security and style. Are you tired of a door that doesn’t slide properly? Are you ready to try something that swings? You don’t have to stay with the same style of patio door that you may have inherited. We offer options in aluminum, aluminum clad, fiberglass and steel patio doors for materials, all with the option of real wood interiors to match the unique style of your home.


Custom Patio Doors

Key Patio Door Features
  • HydroShield technology prevents moisture damage such as rotting, peeling, rusting and even mold
  • ENERGY STAR certified
  • Made with recycled materials that do not contain CFCs or VOCs
  • Multi-locking hardware options for increased security
  • Pet door insert options
  • Options for inserting blinds between the glass
French Doors
French Doors offer a sophisticated and stylish addition to both the interior and exterior views of your home. These doors are popular for their timeless quality and elegant functionality. Peach fiberglass French door systems are precision-engineered to provide protection against water infiltration, thereby eliminating many of the common complaints about wood and metal doors. We offer a number of doorframe materials and colors, as well as other glass options including grid styles, energy efficient glass and glazing options for light control. We also offer the industry’s only door with double astragals, which seal gaps between pairs of doors, and are used to block sound or air drafts. French doors come in two hinge options that determine how and how many doors swing.


Double-Hinged
These doors are hinged to the outer edges of the door frame and open (typically inward, but are also available in outswing) away from each other in the center.

Center-Hinged
One of the doors is secured to the frame, the other is hinged to the secured door in the center, allowing only one of the doors to swing open (typically outward) from the center.

Key French Door Features:

  • Panels and frames made of composite material with HydroShield technology that provides moisture protection, durability, and prevention of splitting or rotting
  • ENERGY STAR certified
  • CFC-free polyurethane foam panel core
  • Stainless steel hinges and Hydroshield waterproof composite jambs for low maintenance and waterproofing
  • Thresholds include drainage systems to channel water away from doors
  • Paintable smooth surfaces with options for stainable interior wood
  • Options for blinds or grilles between the glass, or simulated divided lites
Gliding/Sliding Doors
Gliding/sliding doors are an excellent option when space is limited. Peach gliding doors are crafted in quality, offering a number of safety and style features.


Key Gliding/Sliding Door Features:

  • Advanced interlocking seal design
  • Threshold designed to channel water away from doors
  • Bottom wind stopper
  • Monorail track for reduced friction
  • Adjustable stainless steel tandem rollers
  • Panels and frames made of composite material with Hydroshield Technology for moisture protection and durability
  • ENERGY STAR certified
  • CFC-free polyurethane foam panel core
    Options for blinds or grilles between the glass, or simulated divided lites
Vented Sidelight Doors
Vented sidelight doors look like patio or entry doors, but allow for ventilation and fresh air without the need for an unsightly screen door.


Key Vented Sidelight Door Features:

  • Continuous head and sill, with a mullion system design to maximize stability and ease of installation
  • Multipoint locking systems for stability and security
  • Stationary, removable screens for maximum comfort and ease of cleaning
  • No extra assembly required – door units are designed and delivered fully assembled
Folding Doors
Folding doors (bi-fold or accordion) allow for maximization of the indoor/outdoor experience. These doors are ideal for large rooms that open directly to outdoor usable space such as a deck, patio or backyard. Their unique design allows them to fold an entire wall of glass or ‘walled’ doors into each other to create room that allows for true enjoyment of beautiful weather and landscapes. Our wide selection of folding doors comes in a variety of styles, colors, glass options and materials.
Features & Benefits
Peach is Utah’s exclusive dealer of Neuma premium patio doors and the only certified dealer in the state. In independent tests, Neuma patio doors outperform all other patio doors on the market. To see a full catalog of our patio doors, click here. Peach is rated #1 in the state for the best place to purchase and install your patio door.
Tips For Choosing Patio Doors

A patio door is more than just another door. As far as energy efficiency, it is likely the most important opening in your home. It is also traditionally the most vulnerable place of a break-in. Here are a few tips of what to look for when making your patio door purchase.

  1. Test the Quality Before You Invest – Test the patio doors in the hardware store and then compare them to ours. You will be amazed at the difference in quality. Typically doors from big-box retailers such as Home Depot or Lowe’s, sell the cheapest quality available, often they are poorly made, and you can really feel the difference in quality by simply trying them out. Remember, there is a reason that big retailers have their doors crammed into their packaging so you can’t test them out and feel the difference. After testing the difference in quality between our patio doors and others, we are certain you will make the smart choice.
  2. Styling – Discover which best fits in your home: a swinger, slider or French patio door? Consider design options, such as grilles, transoms, sidelights, decorative glass, and blinds between the glass.
  3. Quality – Be sure your patio door is well-insulated and fits tightly into a UV protected frame. Be careful when choosing the exterior material: wood will warp, rot and split, and is not energy efficient so don’t settle for a cheap door with a wood frame or you will just end up replacing it. Most low grade vinyl patio doors tend to warp and leak, especially if in direct sunlight so make sure if you chose vinyl that is manufactured to the highest standards and have a UV protection to avoid warping, leakage, and even breaking after being exposed to Utah’s extreme heat, cold, and high elevation UV rays. Fiberglass with full composite frames have the greatest benefits of all doors and are designed to last a lifetime with little to no maintenance. Fiberglass can be custom stained or painted to match your interior or exterior making it the best option for your patio door. A fiberglass patio door may seem like a greater investment up front, but the quality and versatility is unmatched by any other building material.
  4. Security – Multi-point locking systems and reinforced strike plate areas are great security features you should look for in a patio door. Also, check the integrity of the door itself: is it strong and durable? Most home intrusions happen through the sliding glass door, so make sure you chose one that is safe for you and your family to avoid break-ins.
  5. Performance – Look for strong time-tested weatherstripping and an adjustable threshold to ensure a tight seal when the door is closed. You want the panel to fit snugly within the frame to ensure minimal air infiltration. Choose a patio door that is energy efficient and features the ENERGY STAR® label. Don’t forget that even if you buy the best door possible, it is the perfection of installation that will ultimately make the difference. Do not compromise on the installation.
  6. Low Maintenance – You don’t want to spend time or money maintaining your patio door; consider exterior cladding options for a clean, pre-finished exterior that’s easy to care for. This comes standard with all of Peach’s patio doors. Remember the difference is in the details and we have all of the best secrets to install your door properly. By the time you a big box retailer adds on the “extras” (standard for Peach) it will end up costing you more from the large retailers and the quality and durability is incomparable.
  7. Warranties – Select a product backed by its manufacturer and installation company. Investigate the warranties offered to be sure they will meet your needs and if you have a problem, the company will actually fix the problem. Buy from an established specialty window and door company that you know is going to be around and has excellent customer reviews. There is no substitute for a company with an established reputation and years of success to back that up.
  8. Choosing the Right Installer – A patio door is only as good as the installation. Installing patio doors properly takes years of experience, and Peach has 23+ years experience and knows all of the secret tip and tricks that will make the difference, extensive training, and our installers believe hanging a door properly is a form of art and fine craftsmanship. Read testimonials from people who have had their patio doors installed by the company you choose, ask for and check references. Only choose installers that are licensed, insured, and certified in proper patio door installation.
  9. Your kitchen’s most important upgrade – If you are remodeling your house or just a kitchen remodel, a new patio door adds the perfect finishing touch. Our doors with the blinds built in between the glass are the most popular, and make perfect privacy and keep the radiant sun and damaging UV rays out of your home saving your floor, cabinets, and furniture from fading or rotting. Say goodbye to sun bleached and warped floors, dining sets, and kitchen cabinets.
  10. When choosing patio doors with a blinds between the glass option, make certain not to buy a patio door with the low E – UV coating(s). It will only scratch as the blinds rub against them leaving your patio door looking run down and tattered. Peach does not attempt to up-sell low E with integrated blinds. Your long-term loyalty and satisfaction means too much to us.

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