ecoLite™ Construction

The ecoLite™ patio door's standard features are simplified to what matters most. These economical sliding glass doors are made of durable vinyl and require virtually no maintenance.

ecoLite sliding patio door options include:

  • Colonial, Cottage or Prairie grids
  • White hardware with keylock
  • Footlock
  • Upgraded glass packages

Ecolite Patio Features

Ecolite Patio Features

Welded frame with integrated nail fin and mechanical sash

Ecolite Patio Features

White, single point hardware with no keylock

Ecolite Patio Features

Fiberglass screen with bottom track operation

Ecolite Patio Features

Patented sliding system feature with four adjustable 1" wheels

Ecolite Patio Features

Strong, multi-chamber profile with interior and exterior accessory grooves

Ecolite Patio Features

Bottom sill protector for optimal drainage

Ecolite Patio Features
Test data is a result of sizes shown, configurations and lab conditions of a certified independent third party laboratory.


ecoLite Series Configurations

Available Patio Door Sizes:

  • 5' x 6' 8"
  • 6' x 6' 8"
  • No sidelites or transoms
Ecolite Patio Features


Glass Options

Intercept® Blackline LOW-E

Intercept Blackline IG Spacer System is standard on all ecoLite sliding glass patio doors. The Blackline spacer features a one-piece U-channel design that creates an effective thermal barrier to help reduce conducted heat loss. The unique black coating creates an aesthetically pleasing sight line at the edge of the glass.

low e blackline

- All R-Values are based on center of glass calculations using software from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

  • 1" IGU thickness
  • Space is flooded with Argon gas
  • High performance Low-E glass coating applied to one pane


Patented U-shaped design offers superior flexibility with no load on sealant virtually eliminating seal failures.

Strong Corners

Patented 4th corner integrity identical to first three corners giving optimal strength.


low e blackline

Intercept IG spacer (top) flexes instead of the sealant during temperature changes, eliminating seal failure.