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uPVC external french doors are a popular choice because they have a clean, simple look and as a general rule, are more affordable than timber. In addition, uPVC does not flex or stretch. It is a hard, rigid material that resists warping and copes with being exposed to the elementsYou don’t have to worry about it becoming damp and swelling or rotting. Once installed, uPVC french doors will last up to 30 years and other than needing a regular clean, they are quite low maintenance again making them a sensible choice.

Our french patio doors open outwards and feature double glazing as standard. Double glazing goes a long way to not only ensure the glass is safe and the door is secure, but is also thermally efficient. The warmth of natural sunlight is captured through the double glazing, naturally heating the room, lowering heating energy costs. Double glazing is also great for noise reduction - a plus point if you live in a high traffic, built-up area. If you are looking for modern and stylish doors, uPVC French doors are a great option. They are certainly a popular choice for new builds.

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French doors are a popular choice for back doors, large porch entryways, and for patios and conservatories.
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Doors & More Pre-Finished Solid Oak French Doors
A fitting guide for French doors, ensuring you get the right size and fit for your home.
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External French doors have been around for a very long time and are fairly popular. Though, despite all of that, not many people know much about them. To get the most out of these stylish doors, basic knowledge is vitally important. Here are some of
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French doors are not a new invention, but they are enjoying a resurgence in popularity as homeowners come to appreciate the value of natural light and the larger openings that the doors offer.
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Do you have any concerns about potential problems with external French doors? Here are some resolutions to common French door problems.
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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 market for new French doors with a choice to make - wooden French doors,
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French doors and patio doors look stunning, but they have a tarnished reputation.
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