Door Styles

There are many factors to consider when selecting a door style, from energy efficiency, security, and functionality, as well as your home’s architectural design and theme, and especially personal preference. At Enchantment Windows and Doors, we carry a number of door styles, from

Patio Sliding Doors to French Doors and Entry Doors. Our professional team will assist and work with you on finding the door styles that best fit your home’s appearance and style, is within your budget, and will provide the best energy efficiency and security.

Door Types

At Enchantment Windows and Doors, we provide a wide selection of door styles and types. Choosing the best replacement door depends on functionality, your home’s architectural style and aesthetics, as well as personal preferences. We carry the top industry leading brands including Milgard, ProVia, as well as Simonton who all use the highest quality materials and state of the art manufacturing processes.

Entry door in dark tan with stained glass accents

Entry Doors

Entry doors are the main doors that provide access and security for a home. They come in various materials, designs, and sizes, and can be customized to fit the architectural style of the home. We offer many designs that can be personalized to your needs and preferences.

Kitchen with sliding glass patio door

Sliding Glass
Patio Doors

Sliding Glass Patio Doors consist of one or more panels that slide open and closed along tracks. Sliding Glass Doors provide great natural light and expansive views while allowing access to exterior spaces. Our selection of sliding patio doors is energy efficient and can be customized to your personal preferences.

White French Doors

French Doors &

Hinged Patio Doors

 French doors and hinged patio doors are both popular choices for homeowners looking to add style and functionality to their homes. While they share some similarities, French Doors have two operating panels, where Hinged Patio doors have one operating panel and one stationary.

Door Color Options

There are many color options available for doors, depending on the material and finish, as well as door type and manufacturer. When selecting a door color, it’s important to consider the style of the home, the surrounding environment, and personal preferences. Some homeowners may prefer a more traditional color, such as white, adobe, or natural wood stain, while others may want to make a bolder statement with a brighter color, such as red or blue. Ultimately, the right door color will depend on your taste and the specific needs of the home.

Red door with glass in center
Front door in dark grey with black trimmed glass accents
Blue french entry doors with center windows

Door Glass Options

When selecting door glass, it’s important to consider your specific needs, including privacy, security, and energy efficiency. Some homeowners may prefer clear glass for maximum natural light and visibility, while others may want frosted or decorative glass for added privacy and style. Ultimately, the right door glass will depend on the individual homeowner’s taste and the specific needs of the home.

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Energy Star Rated

Energy Star-rated door glass is designed to provide better insulation and energy efficiency than standard door glass with the use of special coatings and filled with gasses such as argon or krypton. This helps to reduce heat transfer and improve thermal efficiency.

Patio glass doors and side panels


UV-blocking door glass, also known as low-E (low-emissivity) glass, is designed to block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun while still allowing visible light to pass through. UV rays can cause damage to skin, furnishings, and artwork and can also contribute to fading and discoloration over time.

White large patio doors

Low-E Glass

Low-E (low-emissivity) glass is coated with a thin layer of metal or metal oxide to improve energy efficiency. This coating is designed to reflect heat back into the room during the winter and keep heat out during the summer, helping to reduce energy costs and improve the overall comfort of a home

Obscure glass in a window

Obscure Glass

Obscure glass is a type of door glass that is designed to provide privacy and reduce visibility while still allowing natural light to enter a room. It is typically used in bathrooms, entryways, or other areas where privacy is desired and can be made with a variety of different patterns or textures, including frosted, etched, rain, or patterned designs.

Broken safety glass

Safety Glass

Tempered door glass is a safety glass that is specially treated to make it more resistant to breakage and less dangerous when it breaks. Tempered glass, when broken, shatters into small, rounded pieces, rather than sharp, jagged shards, reducing the risk of injury. It is best used near entryways/doors as well as bathrooms in showers and over bathtubs.

About Energy-Star Window Ratings

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U-Factor ( ↓ 0.30)

U-factor is a measure of the rate of heat transfer through the window assembly, including the frame and glazing. The lower the U-factor, the more energy-efficient the window is, as it will transfer less heat from the interior of the building to the exterior. For our area in the Albuquerque region, U-Factor needs to be below 0.30 to qualify as Energy Star Rated.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, SHGC ( ↓ 0.30)

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient measures the heat gain from the sun entering your home. It indicates how well a window can block heat from the sun. A lower SHGC means that the window will transmit less solar heat, while a higher SHGC means that more solar heat will be transmitted through the window. For our area in the Albuquerque region, SHGC needs to be below 0.30 to qualify as Energy Star Rated.

Visible Transmittance (VT)

Visible Transmittance is a measure of how much natural/visible light is transmitted through a window or other glazing material without transmitting heat. A high VT allows more natural light into a building, which can help reduce the need for artificial lighting and improve indoor comfort. However, the VT of a window can also affect privacy and glare and may need to be balanced with other factors such as solar heat gain and energy efficiency.

Air Leakage

Air leakage refers to the amount of air that can pass through a window, which can contribute to energy loss and drafts in a building. To meet Energy Star requirements, windows must have a maximum allowable air leakage rate, which varies depending on the window type and size. The allowable air leakage rate is determined by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), which tests windows to determine their energy performance.

Why Buy Enchantment Doors?

We have been serving the Albuquerque region for over 24 years, sourcing top door brands, and providing expert installations with straightforward pricing and honest sales.

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