When it comes to covering large window walls and patio doors, you’ll need blinds, shades, or other methods of coverage that will get the job done. This extends beyond just increasing the size of the window coverings so they reach the four corners of the patio door. Blinds for sliding glass doors need to sport some other features to make them the ideal choice. Not to mention, you’ve got all sorts of additional add-ons you can get with sliding door blinds and shades. But don’t worry. The Master Blinds team is here, once again, to help you find the best coverings for your patio doors.
Draperies For Glass Doors?
Sure, it may seem like a bit of a simple choice. Curtains and drapes usually consist of little more than fabric, so extending their dimensions to cover your patio door offers a simple covering solution. Naturally, you’ll have to brush the curtains aside each time you want to slide the door open or closed. Curtains for patio doors offer very little in terms of nuanced sunlight control. You can choose blackout curtains or sheer draperies to create a certain type of ambiance, sure. But at the end of the day, it won’t go much beyond sliding the curtains across the patio door for a little variety in sunlight.
Motorized Patio Door Shades
From electric screens to motorized roller shades, these covering solutions for sliding glass patio doors provide, in our opinion, the best choice. You can use a wall switch or remote control features to reduce or increase natural lighting by way of your patio door without any effort. Motorized patio door screens and roller shades offer a smooth way of adjusting the level of sunlight entering your Los Angeles property. You can put two screens, one sheer one blackout, and adjust their overlap to create a wide variety of sunlight diffusion and blocking atmospheres. Motorized roller shades for patio doors offer the same fast and easy control. With shades that roll from top to bottom, you cover more of the patio door and can better position the coverings against direct sunlight.
Vertical Blinds For Window Walls & Patio Doors
With larger dimensions, the type of blinds chosen to do the task matter. Regular vane structures will often begin to develop a bending at the center. This occurs due to the wider dimensions of patio doors and window walls. However, vertical blinds have a vane build that doesn’t suffer this nuisance. Therefore, choosing vertical blinds for your Los Angeles patio door will provide a better aesthetic than other types of blinds. Vertical blinds work fantastically well for window walls in office spaces and residential properties too. The vertical vanes don’t bend and adjusting them lets you better control how much sunlight gets inside.
Motorized Sliding Door Shutters
For optimal security as well as a touch of décor, window shutters have become a very popular choice for patio doors. The thicker slates as opposed to vanes, and the rigidity of shutters as opposed to blinds, also contributes in the way of improved security. Patio door shutters, motorized to roll down like a garage door screen, will help protect the glass from damage too. We offer more choices in terms of patio door covering solutions. To find the best custom made blinds or shades for Los Angeles area and nearby, give us a call. Set up a completely free estimate to consult with our professional patio door blinds experts on everything!