French Doors in East Kentucky

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French doors are interior doors of light construction, usually installed in pairs, with divided glass panes extending for most of their length. They are prized for their visual grace and their ability to transmit light between spaces even when in closed position. Many are choosing French doors because they add a lot of style to a living or dining room with the open-air look. Features include:

  • Give the illusion of additional space
  • Energy-efficient with double-paned glass
  • Multi-point lock system ensures security
  • Function as windows, allowing for more light

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

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What are French doors?

French doors are known for their long, rectangular window panes that fit across the entire door. French doors are considered patio doors although both panels function as a normal door. French doors are good for adding more light to a room.

How to measure French doors?

To measure your french doors, start measuring at the inside of the door opening. Then, measure the width, length, and height of the door frame. Since both sides of the door open, you also need to measure how wide the doors swing.

How to lock French doors?

To lock French doors, use the Window World Multi-point lock system for an added layer of security.

Do French doors have screens?

French doors normally do not include screens because they are not part of the original design. However, you can add a screen to a french door so you can leave them open without letting in insects.

Do French doors open in or out?

French doors can open either inward or outward. When you choose Window World for your installation, we set your doors to open inward for a smooth transition from room to room.

How to hang curtains on french doors?

To hang curtains on french doors, you need to find curtains that exceed the length of the window to cover the top and bottom of the window pane. Otherwise, you follow the normal curtain installation instructions of installing a curtain rod and attaching the curtains to the rod.

What are the benefits of French doors?

Window World of East Kentucky’s French Doors are desired for their elegant design and ability to let a large amount of light into a room. They’re popular because they conveniently incorporate outdoor decks & patios into your living space while adding timeless appeal.

How are French doors constructed?

French doors are comprised of multiple lites, or full-length pieces of glass. Decorative grilles can be embedded in between double-pane glass or superimposed on top of a single pane of glass in the door. For an elegant touch, decorative patterns may be cut into the glass.

Typically, French doors are installed to open toward the inside of the house with both sides of the door opening as opposed to only one.

Do French doors allow light inside your home?

Yes. Our French doors are coveted for their visual grace and ability to let light into the room even when the door is closed. They give a room an open-air look and improves access between indoors and outdoor spaces.

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