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Sliding Doors | MI Windows & Doors


March 28, 2017
This article first appeared in the April 2017 issue of Pro Builder.

New sliding doors from MI Windows & Doors come with blinds between the glass and a warm-edge spacer system that makes for energy efficiency and an improved seal. The 1615 and 1617 Vinyl Sliding Glass Doors, which are available in setup or knockdown configurations, respectively, have insulated double-strength tempered glass for extra strength. A saddle sill and heavy-duty rollers make the doors easy to operate, and an interlock at the meeting rail reduces infiltration. Doors are available in eight exterior colors and two-, three-, or four-panel configurations, and can be ordered for openings as large as 16 feet wide and 8 feet tall.

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