Our French Door Range
Windowcraft French or Double doors can be a very dramatic addition to your home. Simply, throw open your doors to let the outside, inside. Making your living space airy and appear so much larger. Importantly, although a greater opening area is achieved, security is still assured.
A new way to enjoy your home and garden
Windowcraft French doors extends your home, bringing extra light and the illusion of more space. They create an attractive opening to a garden or patio with minimal obstruction. Our French doors are comprised of two door sashes which both open to create one large opening, maximising the opening area.
As a homeowner you will be able to enjoy a better view of the outdoors all year round.
Aluminium French Doors
Our aluminium thermally broken French Doors for commercial and residential applications. Aluminium is strong, durable, and very low maintenance. Available in a wide range of powder coated colours.
The natural strength of aluminium makes the product more robust and offers a longer life-span. Because aluminium is stronger the profile sections are smaller allowing larger glazing sight-lines and more lnatural ight into a room.
Composite French Doors
Although previously only available in uPVC, you can now take advantage of all the fantastic benefits of a composite door in a French door style.
What's more you can choose any of our existing composite doors designs to be made into French doors for your home, and with the same choice of 20 beautiful colourways inside and out. All our doors are also available with either an outward or inward opening option.
PVC French Doors
A French Door manufactured from REHAU profile is a charming addition to any home or conservatory. The extensive opening allows unrestricted access to your home as well as maximum ventilation and practical entry into your garden or patio.
Offering all the benefits of modern PVC including noise reduction, low maintenance, safety and security and energy efficiency, the Rehau French Door is available as open-in and open-out styles and with equal or non-equal split panes.
French doors don't have to be just white, now you can create a different aesthetic affect with a wide range of colours and finishes.