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French Doors


The classic elegance of French Doors will fill your home with light and create a beautiful threshold between the house and garden. Leading-edge technology ensures energy efficiency like no other – from the weather seals to the glass and frames, minimal heat loss should help to reduce your energy bills.

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As versatile as they are attractive, traditional French Doors can be combined with sidelights & windows to extend the light flooding into your home. A range of colours & woodgrain finishes, as well as the option to have a different colour inside & out, enables you to stamp your individual mark on your home as well as adding style & functionality.

Secure and Sound.


Solid multi-point locking mechanisms & glazing units ensure our doors are an effective security deterrent, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.

As with all Clydebuilts products, energy efficiency is at the core of our development, while all of our doors and windows are rigorously tested for security and safety.

Some Stunning Colours


A beautiful range of colours and stains, including uPVC woodgrain finishes, which look like real wood, but without the maintenance. Plus, dual colours with white inside and a second shade on the exterior, in-keeping with both the character of your property and inside décor.

Silver Grey

Pebble Grey

Basalt Grey

Anthracite Grey

Agate Grey

Chartwell Green

Slate Grey

Golden Oak

Light Oak

Standard Cream

Rosewood Grain

Standard White

Beck Brown

With Some Key Features.

  • Smooth opening mechanism
  • Low maintenance and long life
  • Energy efficient
  • High security locking systems

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Our Accreditations


We take quality seriously, so we’re proud that our standards are endorsed by all the relevant industry bodies and glazing associations.
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  • GGF logo
  • ISO-9001-2015 badge white
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  • Living Wage Employer

French Doors FAQ’s


French doors are installed as a pair & fitted onto hinges which enable them to open outwards or inwards. Patio doors are more of a catch-all term that refers to any set of doors that open directly onto a paved area. This means patio doors can include doors that open with a slide, whereas French doors do not.

There are several things you may want to consider when choosing the colour of your new uPVC door.
Firstly, you need to think about the exterior parts of your house, such as the window frames, brickwork & roof tiles. You may want to choose a colour that will coordinate with these features. The age & style of your property will also need to be considered; you should aim to select a door style sympathetic to your home’s natural features.
Also, think about those living around you who will probably see your exterior as often as you do, so while individuality is a good thing, try to be sympathetic to the style and the colouring of the houses on either side.

There are multiple options available when it comes to patio doors and the one that will be right for you will depend on different factors including your personal preference and the style of your home.

uPVC
uPVC has changed a lot over the years and technological advancements in the industry have seen it become a popular material for many homeowners. This is because it provides a more affordable alternative than other materials, but you can get an expensive looking finish that could give the appearance of timber, for example, without the demanding maintenance requirements of wood. Also, you won’t have to compromise on security when choosing uPVC as our high-quality locking and safety features can work with any material to provide maximum protection for your home.

Aluminium
Aluminium has become commonly used in more modern homes thanks to sleek, contemporary appearance, but it can be complementary in a more traditional home too. Despite not being thermally efficient in the past due to aluminium being a conductive metal, advancements over time have helped the development of thermally broken frames and finishes that ensure good levels of energy efficiency in aluminium doors.

Historically, Yes, French doors have been defined by the fact that they’re always installed as a pair, with a left door & a right door. This is why you’ll sometimes find French doors listed or described as double doors.

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  • Really happy with my new windows. Thanks to the guys for doing an awesome job!

    - Jenni Leigh

  • what a great service, 10/10, polite helpful team, turns up on time, clean tidy work, does an excellent job replacing the windows and doors and explains how it works, clears up afterwords.

    - Jason Hillcoat

  • Excellent service and workmanship. Very polite and friendly staff. Cleaned up after all the work was done inside and outside will recommend them to do job for others.

    - Mary Wilson

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