Sliding glass doors in Sacramento are the perfect partner for interior shutters. Shutters protect your privacy, control lighting, don’t sway like vertical blinds or drapes, and will probably outlast than the sliding door itself. If you’ve already decided on shutters for a sliding door, the only other thing to decide is what shutter configuration would look best with the sliding glass doors in your space.
The Sacramento plantation shutter pros
at Sunburst offer two sliding door builds: bypass and bifold. Here we’ll compare the two, and settle on which one is right for your home.
Bypass Shutters For Sliding Glass Doors In Sacramento
The more popular of the two sliding glass door shutter layouts is bypass shutters. For bypass shutters, two or more shutter panels slide on a track mounted above your sliding door. The shutters are offset so one panel slides in front of the other for easy operation of the door. Or if the sliding door has room to the side, the track can extend past the door to allow the shutter panel to completely slide out from in front of the glass door.
Remember that with a typical bypass sliding door shutter, you’ll have a panel over one side of your sliding glass door all the time. Bypass shutters for sliding doors are also much more resilient than bifold shutters, because there are fewer articulation points that can get damaged or break.
When to choose bypass sliding door shutters in Sacramento: When you don’t have a huge amount of space in front of the door, or want a low maintenance but durable shutter on your sliding glass door.
Bi-fold Shutters For Sliding Doors In Sacramento
As the name suggests, bifold shutters for sliding glass doors are ones that fold. Instead of two large, solid panels that slide on a track, bifold shutters are separated into smaller panels that fold into each other, clearing the view in front of your door.
When to put in bifold shutters When you want to stack panels to one side of the door and you have enough space beside the door for the shutters to fold.
Sliding Door Shutter FAQs
Will I still be able to open and close my sliding glass door if I put in shutters?
Yes! We’ll make sure your sliding doors retain their functionality and full range of motion by designing a shutter and frame combo that seamlessly fits your door frame.
How do I measure my sliding glass door for shutters?
Measuring your sliding patio door for plantation shutters isn’t hard at all. Below are the measurements you’ll want to get:
The height from the floor to the top of the door casing (or top of the jamb if there’s no casing).
The width of the interior jamb.
The width and length of the sliding glass panes.
But don’t feel like you have to measure it all on your own; your installer will be happy to measure your sliding door for you free of charge during your in-home consultation.
How much room do I need around a sliding glass door to install shutters?
With the customizability we offer in all of our plantation shutters, we can build you a set of shutters to match your sliding glass door, regardless of the amount of space there is above or around it.
How Are Sliding Shutters Designed?
To begin, we measure the width and length of each segment of your glass door. Then we mark whether there’s room on either side of the doors. This tells us if a bypass or a bifold configuration is best. Then, we return to our store and order the hand-fashioned plantation shutters that fit your doors and configuration. Taking advantage of cutting-edge software and design templates based on the dimensions of your door, we design and manufacture your home’s sliding glass door shutters ,integrating the finishes and colors of your choosing.
Our professional installers mount the sliding shutters on your sliding glass doors, making sure the louvers can be opened and that the panels are mobile. This gives you an open view and simplifies cleaning your shutters.
Find A Solution For Your Sliding Glass Door
If you’re not decided on what kind of shutters might be best for your sliding glass door, no worries! We can help you find the right fit for your home when you take advantage of our free in-home shutter consultation. To schedule yours, simply call 916-250-0758
or fill out our form below.