Timber French Doors
Timber French doors are ideal for generating a sense of space in a room, and welcoming fresh air and sunlight into your home. At the same time, timber French doors also offer warmth and security for your home.
Timber French doors are a pair of matching timber doors in a single door frame that open in the center. Typically, they do not include a central mullion or support post, which allows for an unobstructed opening. French doors commonly feature single or multiple panels of glazing, with the appearance of a large window. For this reason, timber French doors are commonly used by our clients to replace windows, particularly in openings which open out to a garden or patio. The timber frame has an insulation strip at ground level and where the doors meet to stop water and insulate from cold weather.
Another perfect application for French doors is inside the home to divide a larger space into 2x functional spaces, while still allowing plenty of light to flow throughout the home. Many of our clients also comment that their internal French doors help in keeping the home warmer in the winter as well – effectively sectioning off areas of the home.
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