Many companies sell between-the-glass blinds, including Andersen Windows and Doors, Pella and Lowe's. Blinds that are installed between the glass of patio doors are protected from damage and dust, notes Pella.com. These blinds have cordless operation that makes them safer for homes that have children and pets.
Andersen Windows and Doors sells E-Series between-the-glass blinds from Eagle Window. These blinds are customized to an individual's specifications. Customers can choose from seven anodized finishes, 50 standard colors and 10 species of wood interiors. The blinds are designed to fit the size specifications of the windows.
Customers interested in purchasing behind-the-glass blinds for patio doors from Pella can view options at Pella.com. As of 2015, Pella sells blinds for vinyl and wood patio doors, including its 350 Series and Encompass by Pella brands. These blinds are placed between the panes of insulated glass and then permanently sealed. They are a good option for families with allergies because they do not collect allergens or dust, notes Pella.com.
Another company that sells behind-the-glass blinds is Lowe's. Lowe's offers blinds that are sealed between tempered safety glass so they never require dusting. They come with a separate tilt control and an operator that uses magnets to raise and lower the blinds.