Anlin Malibu doors are built with one of two exclusive Glazing Systems: Infinit-e™ (standard) Plus High Performance Glazing System or QuadraTherm™ (optional) Ultimate Dual Pane Insulation System. Both lead the industry in thermal performance.
Love the look of your home right down to the color of your door frames. With Anlin, you’ve got a lot of choices!
Malibu sliding patio doors can be made with a Freedom + pet door which provides a unique option for pet lovers. They combine the elegance of a sleek, in-glass design with a heavy-duty frame and other features you'll appreciate. Freedom + pet doors are available in four sizes so you can choose the size just right for your pet.
For added security, an optional 3/8" stainless steel dead bolt can be added to all Malibu sliding patio doors.
V-Groove glass has a pattern that is precision engraved on the side of the glass that faces the insulating air-space. This provides an elegant, decorative effect while leaving your doors smooth and easy to clean. V-Groove glass is available in the following styles and a wide range of patterns:
As an industry leader in manufacturing energy efficient windows and doors, Anlin is proud to publish our thermal performance data. The numbers shown here are the results of the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) independent standardized testing for the two most important measurements. The first is the Total Unit U-Factor, which is the amount of heat that transfers through the window or door. The second is the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC), which is the amount of solar radiation that transfers through the glass. For both measurements, lower numbers equate to higher energy efficiency. As you can see, Anlin windows and doors deliver energy savings you can count on.
All Anlin Infinit-e Plus and QuadraTherm insulated glass systems have been tested to block the transmittance of ultraviolet (UV) light by 95%.
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Anlin has researched and developed the best vinyl replacement windows to meet and exceed the energy efficiency requirements in all Western Regions.