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  1. ArmabyTek Series Traditional Single wood French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 60 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Traditional Single wood French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 60 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $629.00
  2. ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double wood French Door in a Fir Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double wood French Door in a Fir Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $699.00
  3. ArmabyTek Series Modern Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Modern Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $749.00
  4. ArmabyTek Series Traditional Double wood French Door in a Oak Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Traditional Double wood French Door in a Oak Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $965.42
  5. ArmabyTek Series Contemporary Double wood French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Contemporary Double wood French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Double Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $749.00
  6. ArmabyTek Series Modern Double wood French Door in a Mahogany Color Measuring 59 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Modern Double wood French Door in a Mahogany Color Measuring 59 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $649.00
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  8. ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double wood French Door in a white Color Measuring 59 in. by 96 in. with Single Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double wood French Door in a white Color Measuring 59 in. by 96 in. with Single Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $1,299.00
  9. ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 71 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $727.50
  10. ArmabyTek Series Modern Double Composite French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 71 in. by 96 in. with Double Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Modern Double Composite French Door in a Cherry Color Measuring 71 in. by 96 in. with Double Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $799.00
  11. ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double Composite French Door in a Mahogany Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Rustic Double Composite French Door in a Mahogany Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with any Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $749.00
  12. ArmabyTek Series Classic Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Classic Double Composite French Door in a Cedar Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $898.00
  13. ArmabyTek Series Traditional Double Composite French Door in a white Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prepview
    ArmabyTek Series Traditional Double Composite French Door in a white Color Measuring 72 in. by 80 in. with Single Bore Prep
    FocusPoint Systems French Door is a hinged, inswinging patio door with the highest-quality materials and strong tempered glass. A variety of designs are available to match the layout of your home and patio, including art glass options, exterior frame colors, and interior hardware finishes like stone, brass, or oak. All wood panels are coated with high-durability finishes, ensuring you a maintenance-free, permanent addition to your home.This door is not only beautiful, it will increase the energy efficiency of your home with energy star-rated construction and weatherstripping for a seal that will help control both heating and cooling costs. The gorgeous frame has a wood core and fiberglass exterior for maximum durability and aesthetic appeal. Hinged inswing double-pane glass door with adjustable hardware fits any standard opening, and customization is available in 1/8” increments.
    Price: $649.00
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Top Three Shopping TipsCheap French Door

When considering what type of door you’d like for your patio/deck, one option is a cheap French door. A French door can be side-by-side doors that both open on hinges from the center post. Another configuration is two doors with only one hinged to open; the other door is fixed. Also consider the amount of space you have for the door to swing open inside your home when choosing the type of French door that will be best for your home.

Prices for French doors can vary from a few hundred dollars to several thousand depending on the type of door and the amount of customization you need to fit a particular opening. Here are three shopping tips to help you pick out a cheap French door that works best for your home.

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What is your room configuration?

French doors usually swing into your home’s interior when opened. Before selecting a cheap French door, think about your room’s configuration. Will dual-operating French doors be in the way of furniture? You may want to choose a French door style with only one door that swings open if you need space. On the other hand, some people host large parties and need a wide opening for people to come in and out of the home. A cheap French door with both doors operational can give you a big enough space for traffic flow or to move large items in and out of your home. Another option to consider is a French door style that opens outwards, eliminating the issue with space inside your home altogether.

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What is your home’s architectural style?

Your home’s architectural style will affect the type of cheap French door you choose. Traditional French doors with multiple panes will match a classic older home’s style better, and single glass pane French doors can give a timeless look to a newer style home. To best match your home’s architectural style, consider the door material you choose, the types of grilles or panes in the door, and the style of hardware like door knobs, deadbolts, and hinges. For example, if you have a traditional Colonial style home, multi-paned French doors with a handle set similar to Colonial era hardware will help you achieve the look you want. To achieve a contemporary look, consider single pane doors with modern hardware.

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Are cheap French doors a DIY project or one for a professional?

First, consider how French doors are installed. You remove the old frame and trim first without damaging it if you’re planning on reusing trim. Next, you measure to make sure the French doors you’re installing fit your opening. Then you install the new frame, making sure it’s straight and level, and put shims in where needed. Next, hold the door up and drill pilot holes into the frame. Then it’s time to install the doors, making sure they open and close right. Finally, add your hardware and you’re done. If this sounds like something you can handle, then certainly give it a try. If it sounds more difficult than you thought, consider hiring a professional door installer.

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How to Purchase Inexpensive French Doors without Sacrificing Quality

French doors are a beautiful addition to any home, and they are guaranteed to never go out of style. However, they aren’t the cheapest option and, with upgrades, can quickly become expensive but again this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look at the possible combinations and just say, no way I’m installing those doors!

French doors are popular because they make your home feel much more open and welcoming by allowing light in while also looking sophisticated. They can be used in between two rooms to separate them such as to keep the kids and pets out of the formal living room when they are playing in the dining room.

Because they can get expensive, everyone wants to save money when purchasing French doors, but you also want to be sure you are purchasing a quality product that is durable enough and provides your home with proper insulation when used on the outside. Installing inexpensive French doors leading to your patio or back yard may serve the exact purpose you have for them. Be sure that the door has a manufacturer’s warranty also. Otherwise, you will end up spending more on maintenance in the long run than you saved on your purchase.

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Aesthetic

French doors are a beautiful feature to incorporate into any home. They are a design feature that is popular and has never gone out of style. French doors allow more light to fill the rooms, and they just make the room feel much more open. These doors are elegant, and if they are an option for your home, they can improve the appearance of any room. Using a light-weight material for curtains on the doors that will match the room, will go a long way to enhancing the feel of your room.

Purchasing beautiful, quality doors like this can become expensive, so it is important to know what steps you can take to minimize the price while not sacrificing quality. While aesthetics and style are important, you will be given many options, and if you want to keep things inexpensive, you want to be sure you do not sacrifice anything that is important for function or insulation, like double-paned glass or a warranty. The newest forms of glass allow for a clear view with even triple-paned glass so along with looking great they can help keep the room warmer in winter by keeping the heat inside and not transferred out of doors.

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Materials

The first choice that you can make to minimize the cost of your French doors is purchasing a door constructed from inexpensive but durable materials. For example, a fiberglass composite door would be far less expensive than a door constructed of wood. When choosing what material you want your door to be constructed from be sure to consider maintenance because unlike wood, where you’ll need to seal and stain or paint it every so often, fiberglass just needs for you to wipe it down with a clean cloth to help it stay looking great.

Wood warps and cracks without proper maintenance, which costs money. However, other materials, like fiberglass, are very low maintenance and will never warp, which protects both the doors themselves and the glass. Speaking of glass, you have some variations to choose from that will give you a full view outside or maybe have etchings or frosted to change the appearance somewhat. To keep the price of your door low, choose the material that is in your price range, that is appropriate for your home’s needs, and that needs minimal maintenance so that your investment will go farther and keep you happy with their look.

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Shopping Tips

When shopping for inexpensive doors, remember that there are other options besides purchasing in store, and these options might be less expensive. Whether you talk with Uncle Charlie and Aunt Margaret about where they got their doors, or you run around to several home improvement stores to see what is in stock, you’ll have some great comparisons to choose from. What about the recycle stores that are found which support non-profit organizations? Sometimes they have perfectly good doors which have been donated when remodels are done. Does it really matter where it was before you bring that beauty into your home?

Next be sure to look and see what is available online. Many times, there are inexpensive options online, and you will also be able to see more options that are on sale. Always remember to check surplus stores, too. Oftentimes, this is where you can find some of the lowest prices and their updated stock may be viewable online too. Yet again, make sure you are not sacrificing quality just to purchase an inexpensive door. This could end up costing you more in the long run. Before purchasing, check to be sure your door has a warranty.

Questions And Answers

How much does it cost to replace a sliding glass door with French doors?
The price will vary greatly. You will need to have the frame installed where the gap used to be for the sliding door to slide into the wall. After that, the only cost that you will have is the cost and installation of the door that French doors you choose.
How much does it cost to get French doors?
The cost to get French doors could vary. If you are only buying the doors, they are generally between $700 and $1,000. The installation cost for these doors is generally between $250 and $450.
How do you install French patio doors?
You want to install French patio doors. You will take the current door off, clean debris away, measure the door and frame it, put the bottom in first, add in new door frame and assembly, trim shims and add door and trim detailing.
Can you replace a sliding glass door with French doors?
There are many people who want to replace their sliding glass doors with French doors. This can be done and it can make your entryway more beautiful as well.
How do you measure for a French door?
Measure the height and width of your current door, round the number up. For example, you wud round 81.5 up to 82. Now, measure the width of the jamb. To do this, measure the back of the trim on the interior to the back of the exterior trim.
Do French doors open out or in?
There are many types of French doors. You can get them that swing inwards or you can get the ones that swing outwards. There are various brands and benefits of each type.
Can you replace a sliding glass door with French doors?
There are many people who want to replace their sliding glass doors with French doors. This can be done and it can make your entryway more beautiful as well.
What is considered a French door?
A French door is usually defined as one pair of doors that have glass panes which extend throughout the length of the doors. The amount of glass could vary, however.
How much is the average French door?
French doors can vary a lot in cost. The average price for this type of door is between $450 and $800. However, they can range in the thousands of dollars as well.
Do French doors increase property value?
When you make any home upgrade, it could raise the property value. French doors have been known to increase property value, amongst other home improvements.
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How To Build French Doors

Many people appreciate the beauty of French doors. They are generally considered more attractive than sliding doors for exterior use and can create grand entrances into interior spaces. While purchasing a complete set of French doors is an option, building your own can help you keep the associated costs lower while allowing you to customize the finished product.

However, this project involves multiple high-dollar tools as well as substantial planning upfront, making it suitable for only well-prepared DIYers. Additionally, you’ll want to invest in high-quality wood, especially for the face veneers and any door that will be exposed to the elements. To help you get started, here’s what you’ll need to build French doors successfully.

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How To Remove A Locking System For French Door

If there is a French Door on the home you live in, it is a great idea to keep a good, working locking system on it. The best option is a three-point lock. This means it has two flush bolts and one lockset. Flush bolts will be installed on the upper and lower parts of your door. They connect into the plates on the upper door jamb and the hole through the threshold on your door.

When you take these off to replace them with another locking system, it is quite simple. Usually, your new lockset will fit right into the same holes. Before you get your new locking system for the French Door, you will need to take off the one that you have on right now.

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How To Install A Locking System For French Door

Sophistication, style, and ambiance are all characteristics given to your home after French doors are installed. Some French doors are pre-set with a lockset, however, if the door you’ve purchased is without one, it is up to you to add a lock. French doors are beautiful, but they’re not very secure, particularly without a lock. Luckily, a lock is an easy addition to a French door. After install, enhanced beauty and intrigue are enjoyed inside the home, as well as the added security and protection needed for comfort and peace of mind when you’re home and when you’re away.

Several types of locks can be easily added to a French door, but the deadbolt is the most popular of the options. Learning more about the different type of locks to determine which is best suited for your door is the first step in gaining these amazing attributes. With the information in tow that you’ve learned, choosing the best lock for your needs is simple.

No professional is needed to install locks on your French doors. Once you know the type of lock you want to install, use the step-by-step instructions below to learn how to install a locking system for a French door in about half-day.

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Interior French Doors

Interior French doors are made of glass panels or panes known as lites. These panels are fitted into door frames made of metal, wood or fiberglass. An interior French door is both elegant and stylish and can be an ideal addition to most home decors because it adds beauty and uniqueness to a home. A French door also works as a good home room divider or partition. A majority of interior French doors often come in pairs, creating a spacious entryway when they are both opened. Many people assume that French doors come as double doors only. For example, two doors that are pre-hung on a single doorjamb. However, this is not true as many interior French doors can be pre-hung as single doors, so they will work independently. In addition, you can customize interior French doors to function as bypass doors, bi-fold doors and pocket doors. Glass is a main part of any French door. In the recent past, we have seen many innovations and new developments in the kind of glass utilized in modern French doors. Different types of special-grade glass are now used in interior French doors. The new and reinforced glass is stronger will not break as easily. On this page are some of the places where you can consider investing in an interior French door. read more

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Exterior French Doors

Whether you’re planning to build your new dream home, or planning for a remodel of your space, the entry to your patio or backyard area is an important feature to address. When you are having a party, you will want your guests to be able to move between inside and outside spaces with ease. And when it’s just you there, you’ll want to enjoy the beauty of your spaces too. If you are installing exterior French doors, you should know they will add some amazing appeal and value to your home. These doors are generally very stylish and attractive to the eye. They also make the home look a bit more classic so if you plan to ever sell your home, that is a plus for sure. These doors certainly add elegance to your home. However, since there isn’t just one type of the exterior French doors, when choosing them there are some things you might need to know and think about. Some of the considerations include different materials, styles, and the way the doors open. With these considerations below is information to help make your decision. read more

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French Doors With Screens

French doors in general are a popular choice for homeowners for both exterior and interior doors. They can give your home a dose of drama or style that can improve your home’s inside décor or add curb appeal to the outside. When used on the outside of the home, you have the ability to open onto a space that allows for more space to be used. Inside the home, you can separate two rooms, but when it’s time to party, open up and let everyone dine together. Adding French doors with screens can make these already versatile doors even more useful. Installing French doors with screens is not much trickier than installing a standard door with a screen. Typically, French doors with screens simply have two screen panels installed. With retractable screens, for example, you would mount screens on each side of the door frame. A magnetic screen often slides into place and lock together in the middle using magnets. Another option is a relatively newer option of a retractable screen which rolls the screen into a smaller mechanism on the side of the doorway and can be nearly invisible when not in use. read more

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Space to Move

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