French doors are a stylish solution that is perfect for any home. They consist of multiple small windows called “lights” on the full length of the door. Because they are covered in so many windows, these doors are often referred to as French windows. Because of their nature, they mainly serve a decorative purpose rather than providing privacy, as they allow a lot of daylight into the home and give you a better view of your surroundings. Usually made from hardwood, traditional French doors are usually used as interior doors, though exterior French style doors also exist. They are often outfitted with a double-pane glass in order to provide improved insulation, as well as a decorative grille embedded between the panes.
What are French doors?
Why choose our French doors?
When used as a patio door, a French door can help draw attention to your well-maintained garden, while used indoors, they can help make the interior feel lighter and more cheerful, adding a nice divide between rooms that also lets a lot of light in. Each of our French doors is unique, offering you the highest standard of comfort and safety. This is all due to the fact that our craftsmen pay incredible attention to detail when crafting each individual door. The timber we use is of supreme quality and is resistant to warping and twisting, which can help increase the longevity of the product. Because of this stand-out quality you can be sure that you have the best door available on the market that requires very little maintenance.
Leave a lasting impression on anyone entering your home with fine, wooden front doors made with amazing attention to detail using only the finest wood.
Make sure your internal doors separate your rooms in a reliable manner while keeping the aesthetics of your interiors cohesive and pleasing to the eye.
Fill your home with a large amount of daylight by implementing a French door. Thanks to their delicate frame, they’re an elegant addition perfect for any home.
Bring the outdoors in with this innovative solution for patio doors. Open them up as much or as little as you want. Few other doors offer this kind of versatility.