Sliding Patio Doors

Made from uPVC

Save space

Alternative to bifolds

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Sliding patio doors are an affordable, long-term upgrade that connects your home to your garden, balcony or conservatory. Sliding open on a track, patio doors smoothly glide one behind the other, making them a popular and space-saving alternative to bi-fold designs.

Our uPVC patio doors are double-glazed, remain a popular material for those on a budget and come with a Yale 3-star cylinder lock as standard. Browse our wide range of colours, handles and decorative glass effects to find your perfect patio doors.

Our Patio Door Designs

Two-part or horizontal bar

Sliding patio doors are the perfect partner for renovation projects where space is a little tight. Our popular two-part sliding glass doors slide left or right, and if you opt for uPVC sliding doors, you can choose our horizontal bar design too.

Three-part patio door

Step out into the garden in style from your kitchen, living room, extension, conservatory or even onto a balcony. With one or two fixed doors and one that slides behind the third pane, our three-part sliding doors slide either left or right.

Four-part sliding door

Flood your home with natural light from large sliding patio doors. A space-saving alternative to bifold doors, our four-part external sliding doors have two central doors which slide behind the two fixed side doors.


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Why Choose Sliding Patio Doors?

  1. Save space

    Unlike French patio doors that swing outwards, sliding patio doors glide one behind the other on a track saving you valuable garden and living space.

  2. Light up the room

    External sliding glass doors flood your home with natural light, as the large panes of glass run from the top to the bottom of each door panel.

  3. Energy efficient

    Gain heat and light from the sun with large double-glazed external sliding doors. Replacing your old doors is a great long-term investment that helps cut down your energy bills.

  4. Safe and secure

    Our uPVC sliding doors have two locking clusters and a highly secure Yale 3-star cylinder lock. The cylinder is anti-snap, anti-pick, anti-bump, anti-drill and anti-plug to deter intruders.

  5. Add value to your home

    Sliding patio doors transform any living space, both in looks and value. Enjoy unrestricted views of the outdoors and increase the value of your property.

Black aluminium patio doors from the Anglian patio door collection

Our uPVC Patio Door Styles

uPVC Sliding Patio Doors

uPVC patio doors are an easy way to extend smaller rooms where space is a premium. With a balance of thermal efficiency and aesthetic appeal, uPVC sliding doors that open out onto your garden are a fantastic alternative to bifold doors.

  • Modern and stylish aesthetic
  • Available in a range of different sizes
  • Easy to maintain appearance and quality
  • Resistant to rot, rusting or flaking
  • Well insulated and energy efficient
  • Perfect for extensions, conservatories, and balconies
  • Yale 3-star cylinder lock
  • Economical, space saving alternative to bifold doors
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uPVC Patio Door Features

UPVC Sliding Doors
Energy rating (U-Value) 1.6
Glazing options Double glazing
Sliding door designs 9
Sliding door colour options
  • Dark WoodgrainDark Woodgrain
  • White WoodgrainWhite Woodgrain
  • Dual CreamDual Cream
  • Dual Anthracite GreyDual Anthracite Grey
  • Dual Dark WoodgrainDual Dark Woodgrain
  • Dual Golden OakDual Golden Oak
  • Golden OakGolden Oak
  • Sage GreenSage Green
  • WhiteWhite
9 colours
Dual colour option
Sliding Door Locks Yale 3-star cylinder, multipoint locking
Sliding door handles uPVC sliding patio door handles
Decorative and obscure glass options
  • Etched
  • Coloured
  • Bevelled
  • Brilliant cut

A range of decorative and obscure glass options, including Lead Effect and Georgian Inserts.

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Why Choose Anglian?

Made to Measure

Each set of our sliding patio doors is made to the exact measurements of your home. Whether you favour a classic or contemporary aesthetic, our sliding doors are customised to your taste. No matter how unique your space is, we’ll help you choose the material and style to suit your budget.

Versatile

Unlike bifold doors that take up extra space when you fold them back, our sliding patio doors create as much space as possible by design. They are an excellent choice for small spaces or to fill a larger space as an alternative to doors that fold away.

Tough and Secure

Our exterior sliding patio doors are tough on potential intruders. Feel secure with toughened double glazing, an anti-lift device and a multi-point locking system that includes a strong Yale 3-star cylinder lock mechanism.

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Mr Cooper, South Coast

White Knight uPVC four-part sliding doors on new extension

"After careful planning of style and colour, we decided on Anglian for our extension with sliding doors. Installation was first class and the finished product has immensely improved our living space, with plenty more room to entertain in."
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Patio Door FAQs

What’s the difference between a French door and a patio door?
A French door opens on hinges that usually swing outwards, whereas patio doors are a type of door that slides open and close on tracks. Other than opening differently, these two types of door can suit different homes – French doors can often be better suited to more traditional style homes, while a sliding patio door usually can look more contemporary.
What should I look for when buying a sliding patio door?
Make sure you know what the dimensions of your current doors are, as this will have the biggest impact on cost. It’s also worth thinking about what style you’d like, whether that’s French doors or sliding patio doors, both to suit the style of your home as well as work practically with your space. The material of the door will also have a big effect on the cost and energy efficiency, with uPVC generally providing excellent efficiency at a more affordable price.
Do sliding glass doors increase home value?
While this will always depend on the house and its many other factors, having patio doors that lead outside to a garden or terrace can be a very desirable feature for homeowners. Patio doors bring in light and warmth year-round, and add a beautiful transition between indoors and outdoors for the warmer months.
Are sliding patio doors or French doors more energy-efficient?
Sliding patio doors and French doors are made with double-glazing window panes as standard. While our French doors are available with an upgrade to triple glazing to make them more energy-efficient, our sliding patio doors overlap. This overlapping design generally makes them more energy-efficient by creating a tighter seal, whereas French doors have a seal around each of the two doors.
Are sliding patio doors expensive?
Anglian sliding patio doors are priced individually based on the size, design and specification required for your home. If you are replacing sliding patio doors on a budget, it's easy to spread the cost with our low-rate finance plan, from just a £199 deposit.
How long do sliding doors last?
With regular light cleaning of both the doors and sliding mechanism, sliding patio doors can last several decades. If you buy yours from Anglian, the first 10-years are covered by our insurance-backed guarantee as standard, as well as an extra 15-year sealed unit guarantee for the glass.
Which are better, bifolds or sliding patio doors?
Both bifold and sliding patio doors make a practical and stylish door to open onto your outdoor area. While bifold doors are known for their fold-away concertina design, sliding patio doors don’t take up any extra internal or external space, as the doors slide neatly behind one another.

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