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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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
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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.
    Estimated Price: $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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
  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.
    Estimated Price: $299.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsDouble Exterior French Doors

Double exterior French doors have been a popular residential choice for centuries, and it's not hard to figure out why. They allow you to blend the outdoor and the indoors, letting in more natural light than traditional doors, as well as fresh air. Although commonly used for backyard doors, they can also be installed as front doors. They are available in a staggering variety of styles and options, so before you get overwhelmed, start here. Find out if they're a possibility in your home by learning the difference between swings and how to calculate the needed space. You can also discover the materials that are available, including one material that's exclusive to exterior French doors.

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The Swing of Things

To figure out if you have adequate space for double exterior French doors, you should first decide if your doors will be inswing or outswing. That is to say, decide if your doors will open into your home or will swing outside. In many cases, the decision will simply be your preference. However, local building codes may require that exterior doors have a specific swing. For example, in areas where hurricanes are likely, so are outswing doors. That's because high winds can't blow them open like they can with inswing doors. Climate isn't the only factor, though. Your local municipality may have its own reasoning and its own codes. Be sure to check the local building codes or ask your installer before you buy your doors.

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Opening Space

Once you've decided on the swing of your doors, then you can find out if you have enough space for them. Take the width of your door opening and divide it in two. That should give you a rough estimate of the width of one door. Then starting at the door opening, plot out that measurement in a radius around the door frame. You should have at least that much space around the door opening. If you don't, then you can consider changing the swing. If that's not possible, then you still have a few options. For example, you could make one of the doors stationary. You could also remove any obstructions. This, of course, might be difficult or impossible, if we're talking about fixtures like light switches or permanent structures outdoors.

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Material Concerns

Double exterior French doors are generally available in the same materials as other exterior doors, although there is one exception. For instance, you can buy exterior French doors in wood, vinyl, metal, and fiberglass options. Vinyl is the cheapest, while fiberglass and metal are slightly more expensive, and as usual, wood is the most expensive. However, exterior French doors are also available in a material called all-clad or clad wood. These doors have a different material for each side. For the interior of your home, you're treated to the lovely appearance of wood. On the exterior door side, the doors are clad in aluminum, vinyl, or fiberglass. This means that you get the beauty of wood inside, while you have the durability of the other material outdoors.

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Double Exterior French Doors Buying Guide

Though sometimes used at the entrance of a home, exterior French doors commonly serve as the patio door. The aesthetic appeal of the French door is the usual reason that it is selected over other door choices. Frame material choices include:

  • All-clad: All-clad looks like wood on the outside, but is made from vinyl or other materials that reduce costs/maintenance/durability
  • Aluminum: The most common material, aluminum is affordable, lightweight, and weather-resistant
  • Wood: While the most expensive option, wood is also the most durable
  • Vinyl: Vinyl French doors are inexpensive, stylish, and benefit-filled, including their long-lasting use

Versatility is in the bag with the French door, and homeowners will find them in assorted textures, styles, and materials, and with various design elements that let in the natural light. Made in a two-panel design of either solid material or glass, exterior French doors include a frame to support the glass enclosure. This frame will need a little maintenance from time to time but in general it’s just a little oil on the hinges, so the doors swing open freely. If you purchase a wood door, you’ll need to ensure it is sealed or painted regularly to keep it from warping or rotting.

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Appeal

While functional for entry and exit, exterior French doors are used mainly because of their decorative appeal and distinguished tone they offer to a home. The doors add a touch of elegance to your space, connecting the inside and outside worlds together, redefining the way that you live. In the back of your home on the patio, the doors will look great but also provide some excellent functionality because they allow for free flow of people or just air to move from space to space inside and out. The party can continue and grow but when the weather changes, you can quickly get everyone back inside.

Natural lighting is the best lighting and these doors certainly allow natural light to shine brightly inside the home. Reduced energy consumption and bills may be enjoyed with the use of this particular door style because the additional sunlight which shines in will help lower winter heating costs. Added home value is a benefit that homeowner’s appreciate with installation of the French door. With an array of design options available, comparing is an essential step in finding the best French doors for your home and budget.

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Energy-Efficiency

Exterior French doors consist mainly of glass up and down the panel, thus impacting the energy-efficiency of the doors. Comparisons of the glass inserts inside the French door alleviates some of the concerns with efficacy. When using double or triple paned glass in the French door will help reduce the transfer of outside temperature inside because there is either air or a special gas trapped between the layers. The temperature inside of that chamber will help to begin to buffer it before moving to the next. The sealed glass will help you to ensure there is less air seeping in.

Special-grade glass options add an extra layer of energy-efficiency when it is needed the most, enhancing security and peace of mind at the same time. Low-E glass is the most durable and energy efficient of the glass options, also offering protection because it has a super thin layer of material reflecting much of the sun’s rays. Look for this glass type inside your French doors if you want the best protection, though it may cost a bit more money than other glass options. Keep an open eye for other glass enhancements that improve energy-efficiency, such as internal grilles.

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Measurements

Although most exterior French doors are pre-hung, sold in standard 6- and 9- foot tall options, customized sizes are also available for unusual door heights and spaces. Accurate door measurements are pertinent to the purchase of a properly-fitting door. If you currently have a well-fitting exterior French door installed, you can measure it, but if not, you’ll want to measure the door jamb. This will provide you with a variety of options to consider. A tape measure is the only tool needed to take measurements of the door, though a pen and paper are needed to record the results of the measurements.

When measuring the size of your door, measure the length as well as the width of the door. Measure the width of the door at the top, middle, and at the bottom of the structure. If width measurements differ, use the shortest set of measurements. Another piece to consider is the actual depth or thickness of your door because, while there are standard thicknesses, there are some doors which will vary. This is important to know more about especially if energy efficiency or security are higher priorities than cost.

Questions And Answers

What is the difference between a French door and a patio door?

There are some differences between French doors and Patio doors. The main difference is how these doors open. A French door will open outward, such as conventional doors do. However, a patio door slides along a track and then opens at the side. Both doors provide you with excellent ventilation.

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.

Why is it called a French door?

When French doors orignated was during the 17th Century. When they first came about they were actually not doors at all, but rather large windows to allow more light for homes to be lit longer than before. These windows eventually turned into doors, thus the French door came into play.

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 put in a French door?

On the low side, you cant expect to have to spend about $500. This price can range upwards of this depending on where you live and the size of the doors that are being installed. You will also have the cost of the door. Installing yourself will save you money.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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 Hang French Doors

Whether used inside or as external doors, installing French doors makes a huge difference in your home. French doors are a beautiful focal point, and they look elegant while allowing a lot of light to enter the room. Installing French doors will take some time, probably about a weekend, but it is a change you can easily make to modify the entire feel of your home. If you have been dreaming of installing French doors in your home, waive installation costs, and set aside a weekend to do it yourself.

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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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All French Doors

French doors can be used for interior doors to separate two spaces, and for patio entry doors that provide a large opening. These doors allow two spaces to be connected visually, while also allowing a degree of privacy. French patio doors will generally open to a deck or a patio, and they might also be used in conjunction with storm or screen doors. Often French doors that are interior will be found between the dining room and the living room or the kitchen, that close off the space, but still allow light  to shine between these two separate spaces. Sometimes blinds or curtains may be installed, much like a window, to allow for more privacy. The design which is the most popular is the divided-glass-panes however there are others with full view glass planes that are not divided. These doors are visually pleasing and can really change the way that your home looks. As you would expect, materials are varied as is the type of glass pane installed, but that is based on where you’ll be installing these. Before you decide these doors are for you there are some things that you need to know. 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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Composite French Doors

While previously available only in uPVC, now you can take full advantage of the several benefits associated with composite French doors. Moreover, you may choose from a variety of our current composite doors styles and designs to be tailor-made into a French door for your house, along with the extensive choice of stunning colors, both inside and out. Our composite French doors are available with inward or outward opening options. The key thing to know about composite French doors is they are made of multiple materials to ensure better durability, strength, and appearance. A composite door has a core that often contains insulating materials, wood, and other layers which are usually protected by a durable weather-resistant exterior skin. We also offer a composite French door service and can incorporate side panels and top lights into the door frame. This will ensure your composite French door not only looks aesthetically-pleasing but is also extremely secure and long lasting. All composite doors come with regular lever-operated handles that encompass adjustable, high security and multi-point locking systems. You can also enhance your composite French door with an extensive choice of related accessories such as knockers, door handles and letter plates available in various finishes like chrome, bronze, and copper. These are some of the advantages of installing a composite French door in your home. Along with beauty and security, many options are available for you to choose from, so be sure to check them all out and find the one that best meets your taste because your investment will be with you for years to come. read more

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