Fiberglass Doors | Patio Sliding Glass French Door

  • Ultimate in durability
  • Energy efficient
  • Extremely strong—can hold large expanses of glass
  • Virtually maintenance-free
  • Expand and contract very little with temperature changes
  • Won't decay
  • Conducts minimal heat and cold
  • Available in a variety of factory-painted colors
  • Paintable

The complex frame components required for patio French doors were once impossible to attain with fiberglass. Milgard's research and development team changed all that. We engineer fiberglass French doors (in-swing and out-swing) and French-style sliding patio door systems that are as attractive as they are weatherproof and durable. It's a difference you'll appreciate for a lifetime.

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Milgard fiberglass patio French doors are designed to match the beauty and profile of wood patio doors, but with none of their maintenance headaches. Milgard fiberglass patio doors ward off wind, snow and rain, year after year, without peeling, swelling, expanding, contracting, cracking or warping. They're impervious to cold, heat, insects, salt air and corrosion. Available in custom sizes and multiple panel configurations, Milgard fiberglass patio doors include our industry-leading Full Lifetime Warranty with Glass Breakage.

Source: www.milgard.com

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Should I buy the wood myself and build a shed or by a prebuilt one and just put them together? I can do either one, but this is just quality and cost question.
At 84lumber, a diy shed costs $1299.00 for 16x12. If I buy wood and do it, it probably costs double of that. Are their material that bad?
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    Mar 01, 2010 by lizmokin | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

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