Sliding Glass Doors & More for Your Home in Rochester, Michigan

Sliding Glass Doors Rochester MIAre you thinking about having one or more sliding glass doors installed on your home in the Rochester area of Michigan? If so, then you have come to the right place – the online home of local company Pure Energy Window. While primarily known for our expertise at installing custom vinyl windows, our team similarly excels at outfitting homes with sliding glass doors from two of the industry’s leading manufacturers:

Sunrise

  • These doors deliver a terrific blend of beauty, energy efficiency, and safety. Sunrise sliding glass doors feature fine craftsmanship and the durability required to undergo many years of daily wear and tear.
  • Notable features include a three-point locking system for enhanced security, full-length interlock for ease of operation, quad seal weather-stripping for draft elimination, and a polyurethane core for excellent thermal efficiency.
  • Personalizing a Sunrise sliding glass door is easy as this manufacturer offers a wide range of decorative options, from different brickmoulds and grids to a slew of hardware and colors and finishes.

Ply Gem

  • Sliding glass doors from Ply Gem come in a wide array of frame materials, such as vinyl, vinyl clad wood, aluminum clad wood, all wood, and all aluminum.
  • Whichever kind you decide is best for you and your home in the Rochester area, you can be confident that you will receive a sturdily built product featuring hard-wearing components, thermally efficient glass, and an expansive glass surface area for maximum outdoor viewing!
  • Ply Gem is an industry pioneer that has been developing cutting-edge exterior building products for more than 70 years! We at Pure Energy Window are proud to install Ply Gem sliding glass doors.

For more information, or to schedule a day and time for us to provide you a complimentary in-home consultation, contact Pure Energy Window today. Along with sliding glass doors, we also install vinyl windows from several well-respected manufacturers as well as blown-in attic insulation from Owens Corning.