French doors are similar to a hinged patio door, with the difference being that with French doors both panels are operable, with hinged patio doors only one panel is operable. French doors can contain a large amount of glass and can provide plenty of natural light if positioned near a wall leading to the outside or provide a view of another room. Some homeowners add special touches to their French doors such as brass door handles and hinges.
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Outswing French doors provide the perfect way to welcome friends and family into your home and make it easy to enjoy your outdoor spaces as well. Let the sunshine in with a door that’s strong enough to withstand the elements, but beautiful enough for any home décor.
The design of your home is your best guide for how your outswing French doors should open. Not all outside French doors work best when they open toward your yard — though, generally, people will pick an exterior French door that does outswing to save interior space. However, you’ll need a few added elements for that feature to be most useful. Opening out means you need an additional overhang to keep the rain and other weather outside of your home.
Opening inward or swinging into a corner will help your home look inviting from the outside, though you will sacrifice some internal space whenever the doors are open.
Interior French doors provide beautiful access to natural light and can increase the brightness and warmth of any room. With a variety of construction and material options, Sunshine Contracting can deliver the perfect French door to match your style.
Sunshine Contracting offers Therma Tru French Doors. There are two series – the Therma Tru Fiber-Classic Series and the Therma Tru Classic-Craft Series.
All of our Therma Tru doors offer a limited lifetime warranty, and the stain for your doors also come with their own five-year limited warranty. Additionally, we’re happy to offer a lifetime labor and workmanship warranty on all of the Therma True doors we install as well.
Contact us today to learn more about our warranties and conditions as well as the French door options available for your home.