Kansas Patio Doors

Patio Doors Expand and Enhance Your Entertaining Space

The patio has become a space as important as any room in the home. While you can’t comfortably use it year-round in the Kansas climate, your patio provides an area for family dining, entertaining and relaxing for three of the four seasons.

Patio doors connect your indoor and outdoor living areas. There are a number of unique styles to fit your home and your needs. Keep it simple with a sliding patio door or hinged French patio door. Or create a wider opening and greater visual impact with multi-slide patio doors or bifold patio doors.

Request a Consultation

Popular Local Trends & Styles


  • double french doors French Patio Doors

    Kansans are pragmatic and rooted in tradition. Exterior French doors bring classic functionality and traditional style. They accentuate the historic architecture of Victorian homes common in Topeka and complement newer styles like Craftsman too. French patio doors can swing in or out, come as a single door or double doors, and be fixed or operable, giving you the flexibility to choose the functionality that best fits your space.

  • traditional sliding patio doors Double Patio Doors

    Modern homes emphasize the natural beauty of the outdoors over the decor and ornamentation of the interior. Double sliding patio doors and full-glass double French doors make your back entrance look like a wall of glass. Multi-slide patio doors use four or more glass panels to create a seamless connection between your home and your patio.

  • natural wood sliding glass doors Sliding Glass Doors

    Sliding patio doors are space savers. They smoothly glide along a track, preserving precious square footage out on your patio and inside your home. Exterior sliding doors give you a large wall of glass, bringing in the natural light and beauty of the environment. They’re a great solution for the more modern and contemporary homes popping up around Wichita.

  • Wooden Patio Doors Wood Patio Doors

    No matter how the patio door functions — sliding, swinging or folding — Kansans prefer the traditional look of wood. Many homeowners mix and match their styles, pairing the classic beauty of French doors with the ease of use of sliding doors. These French-style sliding glass doors save space in older, smaller homes while upping their historic charm.

Product Lines
 


Recommended Customizations*


After selecting a style, you can continue to customize your patio doors to meet your needs. It can be more difficult to find the right treatments for the large glass panels. Between-the-glass blinds provide an out-of-the-way option to your patio door covering concerns. Patio screen doors are a popular feature for sliding glass doors and French doors to help keep the insects out of the home.

Classic Collection – Ambrose Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Ambrose Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Ambrose Antique Brass

Classic Collection – Ambrose Antique Brass

Classic Collection – Ambrose Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Ambrose Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Ambrose Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Ambrose Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Ambrose Matte Black

Classic Collection – Ambrose Matte Black

Classic Collection – Virago Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Virago Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Virago Antique Brass

Classic Collection – Virago Antique Brass

Classic Collection – ViragoOil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Virago Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Virago Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Virago Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Virago Matte Black

Classic Collection – Virago Matte Black

Classic Collection – Locus Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Locus Bright Brass

Classic Collection – Locus Antique Brass

Classic Collection – Locus Antique Brass

Classic Collection – Locus Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Locus Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Classic Collection – Locus Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Locus Satin Nickel

Classic Collection – Locus Matte Black

Classic Collection – Locus Matte Black

Rustic Collection – Rustiek Distressed Nickel

Rustic Collection – Rustiek Distressed Nickel

Rustic Collection – Rustiek Distressed Bronze

Rustic Collection – Rustiek Distressed Bronze

Rustic Collection – Gusto Distressed Nickel

Rustic Collection – Gusto Nickel

Rustic Collection – Gusto Distressed Bronze

Rustic Collection – Gusto Bronze

Essential Collection – Standard Bright Brass

Essential Collection – Standard Bright Brass

Essential Collection – Standard Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Essential Collection – Standard Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Essential Collection – Standard Satin Nickel

Essential Collection –Standard Satin Nickel

Essential Collection – Standard Matte Black

Essential Collection – Standard Matte Black

Modern Collection – Spiere Satin Nickel

Modern Collection – Spiere Satin Nickel

Modern Collection – Spiere Polished Chrome

Modern Collection – Spiere Polished Chrome

Modern Collection – Spiere Matte Black

Modern Collection – Spiere Matte Black

Modern Collection – Spiere Polished Nickel

Modern Collection – Spiere Polished Nickel

Modern Collection – Plazo Satin Nickel

Modern Collection – Plazo Satin Nickel

Modern Collection – Plazo Polished Chrome

Modern Collection – Plazo Polished Chrome

Modern Collection – Plazo Matte Black

Modern Collection – Plazo Matte Black

Modern Collection – Plazo Polished Nickel

Modern Collection – Plazo Polished Nickel

  • Traditional Grille Pattern
  • Custom Grille Pattern
  • Victorian Grille Pattern
  • Prairie Grille Pattern
  • Between-the-Glass Blinds
  • Vivid View® Screen
  • InView™ Screen
  • Rolscreen® Retractable Screen
  • Self-Closing Patio Door Screen®

*Not all customizations are available in all Pella product lines.

Kansas Climate Recommendations


Kansas is middle America, so its weather provides a mix of everything. Look for more energy-efficient options to protect your home from the fluctuating temps and high precipitation.  

low e protection

Low-E Protection

Keep warm in the winter by helping to reduce the heat loss from your home. Advanced Low-E glass panels will help keep your home insulated, blocking out the cold and keeping the heat in.

Durable Materials

Durable Materials

The Kansas climate brings everything from bitter cold to dangerous storms. Wood with aluminum cladding, vinyl and fiberglass are low maintenance and can help stand up to extreme weather.

glass glazing

Energy Efficiency

For better efficiency and lower heating and cooling costs in the Kansas climate, choose doors with SHGC and U-values of 0.3 or lower. The northernmost reaches of the state would benefit from a higher SHGC due to the colder temps.

Why Choose Pella?


Customized with You in Mind

Pella windows and doors are made specifically for your home because one size doesn't fit all. With access to many materials, colors and options, including exclusive snap-in options for shades, blinds and grilles, along with smart home products and a proprietary finishing process that helps provide a quality finish.

Built to Last

Pella products are backed by some of the strongest window, door and installation warranties in the business. When installed by a Pella branch, your project is backed by our Pella Care Guarantee, our package of product warranties, installation warranty and service agreement that covers your products and their installation — including labor — for up to 10 years. See the written limited warranty for details, including exceptions and limitations, or contact Pella Customer Service at 877-473-5527.

We Come to You

An in-home consultation can help you explore all options and get a professional opinion on what will work best for you. During the consultation, local window professionals can come to your home to assess your window replacement needs and understand your priorities and budget.

Find a Pella Showroom Near You


Explore Your Options with an Expert

A Pella Windows and Doors of Kansas expert can help you pick out a window that fits your home — and your style. Find your local Pella representative to schedule a free in-home consultation, measurement, and estimate.

Search by Location

Frequently Asked Questions


  •   What factory-prefinished stain and paint colors are available on Pella products?
    • Wood Windows and Patio Doors – Wood interiors offer more design flexibility — windows and patio doors can be stained or painted to match your decor.  Explore the interior and exterior finish options available for Pella's wood products.

      As part of Pella Corporation’s commitment to environmentally-friendly practices, we use Water-Based Green Chemistry. Our factory-applied stain is water-based, which significantly decreases the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted into the air.

      Fiberglass Windows and Patio Doors – Available in colors offering the quality look of painted wood — including a dual-color option. Explore the interior and exterior finish options available for Pella's fiberglass products.

      Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors – Pella's unique vinyl formula is performance-tested for excellent weathering, durability, and color retention. Solid- and Dual-Color frames are available. Explore the interior and exterior finish options available for Pella's vinyl products.

      Fiberglass and Steel Entry Doors – You'll save time and finishing costs when your entry door arrives prefinished in your choice of paint or stain color that will look beautiful for years. Explore interior and exterior finish options for Pella's fiberglass and steel entry doors.

  •   How do I apply paint or stain to my Pella wood windows and patio doors?
    • Learn how to paint your wood interior finish, prepare products for finishing, finish removable grilles, select the right paint or stain and more in the Pella Help Library.

  •   What general maintenance is required for my Pella windows and patio doors?
    • Pella recommends you inspect your windows and patio doors at least annually as part of a home checkup. Maintenance can prolong the life of your Pella windows and doors and will help ensure maximum warranty coverage.

      As needed, clean, repaint or restain your windows and patio doors, and recaulk around them to help maintain optimal performance. Also, be sure to regularly check for leaks and improper drainage above or around vents and sprinkler systems that may subject your windows and patio doors to prolonged water exposure.

      Review the Maintenance section of the Pella Window and Patio Door Owner's Manual for additional details about how to properly maintain the interior and exterior of your Pella windows and patio doors.

  •   Where can I get paint or stain to match the interior and exterior of my Pella products?
    • Paints and stains for Pella products are available in quarts and gallons via special order through Lowe's stores or your local Pella Window and Door Showroom. You will need to provide the color of the paint or stain that you need to place an order.

      Or you may take the color or stain desired along with the substrate you are trying to match to your local Sherwin-Williams® or home improvement store and have them custom match the color.

      If you don't have a Pella paint chip or just need a small bottle of touch up paint or stain for dings and scratches, submit a request to Pella Corporation's customer support team or call (877) 473-5527 for further assistance.

      Be sure to consult with your local paint or finish store representative or professional to help address your specific finishing needs and review the Finishing section of your Pella Owner's Manual for details about how to properly finish your Pella products.

  •   How do I clean my Pella windows and patio doors? What can I use to clean them?
    • Clean the interior and exterior frame surfaces with warm, soapy water and rinse thoroughly. Stubborn stains and deposits may be removed with mineral spirits. Or Pine-Sol® can be applied with a clean, dry cloth or towel. Do not use abrasives. Do not scrape or use tools that might damage the surface. Should you need it, touch-up paint is available at the Pella Window and Door Showroom nearest you.

      Clean the window sill using the brush attachment on a vacuum and vacuum off any debris.

      It is normal for water to accumulate in the sill and track. On products with weep holes, the water is intended to drain to the outside via the drainage or "weep" holes.

      • To clean the weep (drainage) system, check to make sure that the weep holes are clear of obstruction (dirt, sand, or building materials).
      • To clean the weep holes, use a small, soft brush to clear the opening. Weep holes may be located both inside and outside the window in the bottom of the frame. If the window is "stacked," there may be weep holes between the units.

      WARNINGS:

      • Do not use abrasive or caustic solvents as they may damage your windows or patio doors.
      • Do not scrape or use tools that might damage the surface. 
      • Do not power-wash.

      Review the Cleaning section of the Pella Window and Patio Door Owner's Manual for additional details about how to properly clean your Pella windows and patio doors.

  •   How do I clean and restore shine to the handles and hardware on my windows and doors?
  •   How do I lock and unlock my French patio door with a Multipoint Locking System?
    • Turn the thumbturn lock inside or use the key outside to unlock the door.  To open the door, grasp the handle and push down, then operate the door.

      To engage the multipoint lock, close the door and lift up the handle. To lock the door so that it requires a key to unlock it from the outside, either turn the keylock on the exterior or turn the thumbturn lock on the inside with the handle raised. Test the door to make sure it is locked.

      Watch how to lock and unlock your French patio door with Multipoint Locking System.

  •   How do I lock and unlock my French patio door with a Flushbolt Locking System?
    • If your French patio door has two panels, and one panel has a nonoperable handle, the main panel locks and unlocks like the Multipoint Locking System:

      • Turn the thumbturn lock inside or use the key outside to unlock the door.  To open the door, grasp the handle and push down, then operate the door.
      • To engage the multipoint lock, close the door and lift up the handle. 
      • To lock the door so that it requires a key to unlock it from the outside, either turn the keylock on the exterior or turn the thumbturn lock on the inside with the handle raised. Test the door to make sure it is locked.

      The stationary panel locks and unlocks with flushbolts at the top and bottom of the panel. To disengage these flushbolts, find the black levers located on the strike plate and push the levers in, then up or down. There are small icons on the strike plate to denote the locked or unlocked position.

  •   How do I lock and unlock my sliding patio door?
    • The thumbturn lock is located behind or above the door handle. To lock the door, turn the thumbturn lock to a vertical locked position. The locking system will engage when the door is closed. To unlock the door, turn the thumbturn lock in the opposite direction to a horizontal position.

      If your sliding patio door is equipped with a footbolt lock, it has two positions. One allows the door to be latched when it's about 3 inches open; the other provides extra security when the door is fully closed.

      To engage the lock, move the lock handle toward the side of the door. To disengage the lock, move the lock handle toward the center of the door.

      Review the Sliding Patio Door Screen section of the Pella Window and Patio Door Owner's Manual for additional details about the operation and care of your sliding patio door. If you continue to have difficulty, request a service visit or call (800) 242-1008 to find a Pella service location nearest you.

Patio Door Projects in Kansas


Find inspiration everywhere from Eastborough to Lawrence.

Related Posts


Sort through your patio door options with advice and tips from Pella.

  Call Now

Inspired Design. Exceptional Detail.

Get inspiration and upcoming local offers...