If you’re looking for new doors for your conservatory and want something a little different to bifolding doors, why not consider a French design? French doors are one of the most popular designs in the UK, allowing in plenty of natural light and giving a great view to the outside world.
In fact, many people choose to replace an entire wall with French doors to connect them to the outside world, even if they don’t have a conservatory. They provide a smooth transition between your home’s interior and exterior, and even when the doors are closed there’s an increased sense of space. Of course, when the warm weather hits you’ll be able to open the doors and improve your living space dramatically.
There are even significant benefits to replacing your old French doors with modern replacements, including:
- Increased home security
- Better home energy efficiency and insulation
- Improved durability
- Less maintenance requirements.
With the look and design you have complete control as well, as you can even benefit from privacy by choosing opaque glass. Tinted glass will even protect you from direct sunlight.
French doors can be used in the home too and don’t necessarily need to be fitted to an exterior part of your home. Instead they can be used to separate two rooms. Benefits for this would include:
- Light being able to pass through the French doors, making both rooms brighter and less closed in than with normal doors
- You can save on heating bills if there are no doors already in place
- You’ll have a more versatile room which looks fantastic, wowing guests and providing you with excellent living space.
It’s also possible to get sliding or louvered French doors, which are especially handy if you don’t have room for the normal designs. This will mean you can fit more furniture in the room.
If you’re interested in French or bifolding doors, make sure to compare quotes from three or four companies in your area to ensure getting the best price for the product you want.