Tilt Slide Patio doors are beautiful, safe and tight
Our tilt slide patio doors often referred to as tilt and slide doors, are also another terrific variation of our patio doors. The design and function of our tilt slide patio door is comparable to the sliding door of a mini-van insomuch that they work very much the same way. The door is encased in its frame when closed; and when open, it gently disengages from the frame for a small measure and like the mini-van; it slides to the side effortlessly for passage.
When in closed mode the door is automatically aligned back into the neutral position by the technologically engineered hardware. Once closed, the handle can be turned to either lock the door secure or to tilt the door in for safe and secure ventilation; all while still keeping the door in a firmly held “closed” position. It is a much more efficient and secure choice than its domestic counterpart because our tilt slide patio doors not only close as tightly and securely as a swing door, its rollers never collect dust, debris or any other unwanted matter because they are located on the interior of the door.
Tilt Slide Patio door benefits
The benefits of a tilt slide patio door by Hawkeye over a traditional sliding door are well worth the additional investment. The aesthetic appeal of sliding doors never wanes and will continue to be a favored option in home design. They are especially selected for easy outdoor access to patios and backyards and offer a degree of merging the outdoor spaces with the indoor spaces, which is desirable when entertaining guests. Furthermore, tilt slide patio doors by Hawkeye offer a degree of safety over a swing door in that the door sash may be designed larger than a swing door yet, tucked away on a controlling track, removing the fear of accidental smacking against guest during a crowded social event. And after the entertaining is over, the door offers controlled, highly secure and improved ventilation – so much so that you won’t fear leaving the door in the vent mode while sleeping.