Published at Tuesday, July 10th, 2018 - 08:29:36 AM. French Doors. By Cassey Almeda.
It is important to allow for enough space for the pockets and special construction that the exterior pocket French doors require on either wall. This will help to ensure that the doors are properly sealed and protected from the elements. Bi-Fold and Multi-Fold Exterior French doors: These are accordion style doors with door panels which are hinged together and set onto a sliding track, which enables them to fold and slide to the side. Bi-fold and multi-fold exterior French doors are very attractive and stylish to have in any home. Bi-fold doors comprise of two panels which fold twice onto itself, while the multi-fold doors consist of smaller panels which fold three to four times onto themselves.
Using exterior French doors either for your patio or conservatory is a great idea and won't make your house any cooler, even glass ones, are very efficient at keeping the heat in. French style Doors can add a touch of class to your home and are great for letting in the natural light and sunshine. French style doors are also now available with a sliding motion for people who are concerned they may not have enough space for hinged doors. Everyone can enjoy the true beauty and quality French style doors and they hardly ever look out of place.
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