Sobinco 8224L Penta-Lock Internal/External Sliding Door Handles£45.98
Sobinco PentaLock 74000FCL-VI External Patio Door Handle£68.95
Q-Line P-Handle For Inline Sliding Patio Doors£19.60 – £73.90
Sparta Patio Handles£55.40 – £70.70
KAT Patio Door Handle Set£53.45 – £103.85
Trinity Patio Handles£73.90 – £106.65
Fuhr Sparta Patio Handles£62.20 – £77.40
Fuhr Inline Patio Handles£64.45
BHD Patio Door Handles£37.40
BHD Patio Door Handle Replacement£54.00
Replacement Patio Door Handles£67.40 – £79.85
Coastal Blu Range KM9 Marine Grade Patio Door Handle Set£244.45 – £260.05
KM9 Series BLU 316 Stainless Steel Patio Door Handles£106.30 – £120.50
Cego Patio Door Handle Set£82.85
Choosing Your Sliding Door Handles
There is sometimes confusion between patio doors and French doors. Patio doors slide on a track rail, whereas ‘French doors’, only open outwards.
Security is foremost when choosing your handles but sliding door handles also come in different designs and styles to match your door’s overall aesthetic. Traditional handles are ornate and decorative, while modern and minimalist handles are sleek and simple. We have a range that will match the style you’re after, whether that’s traditional and ornate or contemporary and modern.
When choosing your sliding door handles, it is essential they are compatible with your door’s size and weight, as well as the type of sliding mechanism used. Handles that are too small or weak for the door’s weight may become loose or fail over time, leading to repairs and security issues.
Check to see if your patio door handles have a cut-out for a cylinder or barrel. The handle might use a small lever to engage the lock, in which case you will need to know the spindle size. It’s either 7mm or 5mm.
Also measure the distance between the fixing screws, as well as the overall length of the entire handle plate to ensure a correct fit.
Additional Patio Door Security
Any form of door is a potential access point for intruders. Your sliding doors can be more vulnerable than other doors because of the nature of their design along with their typical location at the rear of the property. They need to be able to withstand forced entry and the correct lock is vital.
We have a range of patio door locks and additional security that can help prevent forced entry or a sliding door being lifted off its rails, which is also a tactic employed by intruders.
If you have any questions or need any advice, the team at DG Supplyline are always here to help and make sure you get the right part for your sliding door.
Sliding door handles should be easy to operate, providing a comfortable grip and help a smooth sliding motion. Your patio doors will be used frequently, so it’s worth investing in high-quality handles that are secure and easy to maintain from the start.