We are proud to offer a selection of interior French doors as well as the more traditional rebated French door designs. Thanks to this broad selection, you can easily find matching single and double doors in oak or white internal glazed styles.
Our external French doors are available in a number of different sizes, giving you the chance to pick the perfect door ‘off the shelf’. From slimline to large French doors, you can take your pick. There’s no need for bespoke doors - we have a range that is easy to install and that will fit into most standard-size openings, with the option to trim certain models down to size if required.
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If you're looking for replacement french doors, you've come to the right place. We stock internal and external options from all your favourite brands. Exterior French doors are perfect for adding natural light and fresh air to your home. They are smaller than bifold doors but still allow you to make the most of your outdoor space.
Used internally French doors have a similar benefit. They allow daylight to spread through rooms as well as improve ventilation. Internal French doors connect rooms in a similar way to bifold doors, as when they're open, two rooms can blend into one.
Choose french doors that work for you. We have a variety of materials on offer:
Timber doors are classic, popular, and beautiful. We offer unfinished, primed, and prefinished options so you can really make your mark. Paint them a different colour or choose from varnish or stain finishes to bring out the natural wood.
If you invest in timber french doors, it's important to keep them well-maintained to prolong their lifespan.
As a general rule, aluminium doors cost a little more than their wooden or uPVC counterparts. That's because they combine all the best bits of other frame materials. They're lightweight, easy to maintain, energy-efficient, and durable.
uPVC french patio doors are transforming homes all over the county. Whilst uPVC french doors cost less than others, you're still getting a great quality product when you shop with us. These are budget-friendly options that are far from cheap french doors.
French uPVC doors are low maintenance, strong and secure. They've also been designed with energy efficiency in mind, keeping your energy bills lower.
Just like our sliding patio doors, all our french doors have glazed options to keep your home fresh and bright. From fully glazed panels of clear glass to doors with a frosted window, you can choose the right door to suit your space.
Our double-glazed french doors are thermally efficient and secure, so you can enjoy a view of the outdoors without concern.
French doors are just as secure as normal front and back doors. They use a multipoint locking system and toughened safety glass in the same way as other external doors, so they are increasingly difficult to break into.
If you are installing new french doors, it's useful to know that planning permission isn’t usually required. However, it's always useful to check with your local authority before adding new doors, especially if you live in a listed building or period property.
Questions about French Doors
They most certainly can be, and when you shop with us, you can expect very short lead times. All you have to do is send us a link to the product that you’d like, along with the measurements you need for the outer frame and we will send you a quote covering price and manufacturing lead time.
Because all walls between a house and conservatory are classed as external walls, you cannot use internal french door systems, even if they aren’t open to the forces of nature.
You’ll need to install thermally rated external french doors that have the correct weather seals that will keep the heat inside your home.
We offer both a door pairs-only option or a solution that includes:
Please refer to the product description to ensure you’re purchasing everything you need.
Please also be aware that none of our internal french doors come with hardware such as hinges or handles, so these would need to be purchased separately.
Traditionally, French doors have been made from timber with toughened glass or double glazed panels, but there are other materials available now. This leaves homeowners in the mark...