A Take on European Flair

French doors offer two vital things in the home: firstly, they provide an easy and practical way to open up a large entry point to the outside living space. Secondly, and perhaps just as importantly, they offer a grand entrance to that outside arena that adds real value to your home and quality of life. They are sure to be a fantastic addition to your home, whether it is new or old alike.

By fitting uPVC French doors, you can gain the benefits of ease of maintenance, better security with modern high performance hardware options and now the additional benefits of coloured uPVC finish for added visual appeal. These doors are able to offer you the best of both worlds, excelling in both function and form to help you keep warm and comfortable throughout the seasons.

All of our uPVC French doors are manufactured using a modern uPVC profile, enabling you to enjoy cutting edge standards of thermal efficiency, security, durability, performance, and weatherproofing throughout the year. All of these factors are made available without compromising on the traditional flair that has made this door so popular over the years.

French Doors Features

Inspired by Tradition

Our French doors utilise the beautiful design from Residence, allowing them to capture the essence of traditional timber joinery without missing out on modern innovations. With this in mind, you’ll be able to bring a period charm to your home that will serve to offer a heritage touch to a new build or a seamless new addition to a traditional home.

Thermally Efficient

Due to their multi-chambered, modern design, our French doors are able to achieve an exceptional degree of heat retention for your home. This profile will enable the warmth from your central heating to stay in your property for a longer period of time, which could, in turn, help you to save money on your heating bills and simultaneously reduce your carbon footprint.

Highly Secure

The materials used in our French doors allows the design to achieve an impressive degree of security at base level, which is then enhanced further with professional installation and integrated locking systems to ensure the security stays consistent across the whole door frame. With this in mind, you won’t have to worry about weak spots.

Modern uPVC French Doors

The signature aspect of French doors is the ‘flying mullion’, which means that they can fully open without leaving behind any of the frame. This allows you to enjoy a completely unobstructed opening, maximum ventilation, and enhanced accessibility that will prove to be ideal for wheelchair and pushchair users. When this factor is combined with a low threshold, accessibility can be enhanced further.

To ensure your comfort and peace of mind, these French doors are able to offer an A++ Window Energy Rating to keep the cold winds at bay, at also comprise glass bonding for enhanced structural integrity. This includes the process of bonding the glass to the sash to offer increased security, protecting you from modern burglary techniques for complete peace of mind.

Although these doors draw inspiration from a traditional design, they do not offer any outdated problems that come with the material. You won’t have to worry about any rotting, warping, discolouring, or cracking over the years or when they are exposed to the elements. All you will need to do is give them a quick wipe down with a damp cloth to keep them looking beautiful.

Colour Options

To ensure you capture the definitive French door look for your home, these doors are available in a wide range of colour options. This includes a selection of dual colour choices that enable you to bring a different look to the inside and outside of your door, perfectly complementing both the façade of your home and the internal décor. These finishes are high quality, ensuring they keeping their look and richness over the years.

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uPVC French Door Prices

Visit our online quoting engine to get a free, instant, and competitive uPVC French door quote. Follow the simple step by step process to get a tailored price, which will be based on your specifications to make things as cost-effective as possible.

Alternatively, get in touch with us via our online contact form to speak to a member of our friendly team. We’ll be more than happy to offer you a quote this way, or we can be on hand to answer any questions that you may have about our products or prices.

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The Differences Between Double and Triple Glazing

The main difference between double and triple glazing, besides the obvious, is the thermal efficiency standard that they each achieve. In short, a triple glazed window will keep the warmth in your home for a longer period of time. This is measured by something known as a 'U-Value', which is a measurement of thermal transmittance (the heat exiting your home). The lower the U-Value, the better the thermal efficiency. With this in mind, triple glazed windows have a lower U-Value than double glazed windows.

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