PVC French Door

PVC French Door

In the fiercely competitive world of PVCu French Doors of today we have been a leader for a long period of time due to our customer service and the quality of our products. Our domestic PVCu French Doors are manufactured on our premises which means we are not required to work to standard sizes and can produce anything you require or envisage. Doors can be open in or out and with or without sidescreens and midrails.

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About our french doors

If you are looking for something to enhance your property from both the inside and outside why not consider French doors, the very same doors that added so much style to a French Chateau may just do the same for your own home with the benefit of using modern materials for minimal maintenance and the latest high security hardware.

All our PVC French Doors incorporate the following as standard:

Our residential door lock incorporates multi-point locking which is made up of; two claw hook locks, two roller cams, one latch and one deadbolt.

Lever/lever handles are available in a choice of white, gold, silver or PVD brass.

Fully adjustable 3D hinges to meet PAS24 high security requirements.

Colour options

PVCu is available in Brilliant White, Mahogany woodgrain, Golden Oak woodgrain and a range of special colours called Decoroc all in a range of different styles. Leaded lights in either diamond or square or your own design can also be specified, as can georgian bars and coloured or clear glass bevels.


The benefits

Throughout the summer months your PVCu French Doors can be left open to bring in the cool air and fragrance of your garden. While in the winter months they can let the sunshine in, without letting the warmth out. This is down to the design and thermally efficient glazing which you can have installed with the PVCu doors.

1. Designed to match the beauty of real wood doors
2. Low maintenance & easy to clean
3. They ward off wind, snow and rain, year after year
4. Thermally efficient
5. They’re impervious to cold and heat, insects, salt air and corrosion.

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