Andersen Extends MultiGlide™ Door Line with New Sizes Perfect for Pass-Through Windows and Openings Up to 50 Feet

Andersen Windows has extended its line of MultiGlide™ doors to include new sizes that enable more possibilities for homeowners, including sizes optimal for a pass-through window for outdoor entertaining areas. Andersen® is the most trusted and recommended brand among homeowners as well as residential contractors and builders*.

Andersen's expanded MultiGlide door options offer more possibilities to homeowners seeking to blur the lines between indoors and outdoors with walls of glass. Now available in heights down to 48 inches and increased widths to fit openings up to 50 feet, builders and architects have even more options in meeting homeowners' needs with Andersen's MultiGlide door line.

"Customers want home designs that maximize space and treat outdoor living areas as an extension of the indoors," said Grant Davis, vice president and general manager of Andersen's Residential and Commercial Pro Division. "Whether looking to create an expansive wall of glass or a functional pass-through window in an older home where a big door may not normally fit, our new MultiGlide door size options offer homeowners the flexibility to create an indoor/outdoor living space designed specifically for their home and budget."

All Andersen big doors, including MultiGlide doors, feature both contemporary and traditional frames and are customizable with dozens of exterior and interior designs backed by Andersen's robust training and technical support for builders and architects. The MultiGlide door has been designed for installation ease, with built-in jamb jacks, continuously adjustable synthetic rollers and industry-leading configurable installation guides that help deliver the instructions needed for specific products and wall conditions.

* 2018 U.S. Homeowner Brand Study of Andersen and Renewal by Andersen brands vs. competitive brands. 2018 U.S. Residential Contractor and Builder study of Andersen brand vs. competitive brands.

Posted: July 24, 2019