French Rail Doors in East Kentucky

The Window World French-Style Sliding Patio Door makes for a stunning entrance to your home.

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Incorporating the unique style of patio doors, our design combines traditional elegance with the functionality of a sliding door. The curved handle compliments the well-designed door, accentuating the superior quality and appearance.

  • Heavy-duty mainframe and sash ensure durability and energy efficiency
  • Steel-reinforced components provide superior structural integrity and strength
  • High-performance insulated glass units increase energy savings
  • Premium vinyl mainframe and sash extrusions are colored throughout – won’t chip, peel, crack or warp and never need to be painted.
  • Mainframe and sash feature a double-wall design and multi-chambered construction for outstanding strength and thermal protection.
  • 5″ top rail, 7″ bottom rail and 3″ side rails feature mortised joints to achieve traditional “French door” character and charm.
  • 1″ thick insulated glass unit with warm-edge spacer saves energy year-round by reducing the transfer of heat and cold.
  • Dual internal/external weatherstripping on the sash ensures optimal energy efficiency and performance.
  • Steel reinforcements at the interlocks and lock rails increase strength, rigidity and structural integrity.
  • Coved glazing beads add traditional beauty.
  • Steel tandem roller system with nylon-encased steel wheels ensures quiet and easy operation of the door panel.
  • Mainframe joints incorporate closed-cell foam gaskets for superior sealing.

View our range of French rail door colors to meet your specific taste.

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*Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.

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Energy-efficient doors prevent drafts and limit solar heat gain, helping reduce your energy bills and increase your home’s interior comfort.

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French Rail Doors FAQs

Why choose our French rail doors?

Our French rail doors are available in a 2-panel style in 5′, 6′ and 8′ widths; 3-panel styles in 9′ and 12′ widths; and a 4-panel style in a 12′ width with center panels that open to each side. Details such as a 5″ top rail and 7″ bottom rail are complemented by a gracefully curved handle, further accentuating the premium quality and appearance.

Are French rail doors energy efficient?

Yes. Like all of Window World of East Kentucky replacement doors, our French rail doors are energy-efficient. With ENERGY STAR-certified SolarZone™ insulated glass, they will lower your energy bills and increase your comfort.

Can I install my French rail doors?

Installing your new French rail door is a job for a professional. At Window World of East Kentucky, our installation team holds decades of experience replacing doors and other replacement products. During your free in-home estimate, our team member will take measurements so your door installation goes smoothly and your replacement door fits perfectly.

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From the initial phone call to set up an estimate to the final installation day we have been nothing but impressed. Customer service is great, the guys who installed two large windows and a french door were friendly, and thorough. They cleaned up after themselves and did a fantastic job installing. I would highly recommend this company to anyone looking to get windows or doors replaced.
Corinn N.
Window World was easy to communicate with. They did a great job explaining my options. I would highly recommend them.
James A.
Installed a twelve foot wall of windows and sliding doors at my home. Fantastic job. Very quick work and done for half the price I was quoted by another competitor. Would highly recommend to anyone considering doors or windows in their home.
Tim W.

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