French Doors

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Is the French Door still popular?


The French Door has undoubtedly persisted as a popular option for renovators and the home improvement trade in general. As you may have seen from one of your favorite Home Improvement TV shows, the French Door trend continues in 2021 and will likely stay for many years to come.

French Doors for your home

French doors are a perfect combination of beauty and functionality and are a welcome addition to any home.

Choose from panels that open outward or into the interior of your home. Hinged outswing patio doors give you more usable space inside your home and are a good choice if you’re short on interior space. Often used in warmer climates, they allow you to place furniture, artwork, and decorations closer to your interior entryway. Hinged inswing patio doors save room for smaller exterior areas such as balconies, patios, and decks, and are a good choice if they open to a small balcony, deck or patio. They’re often used in colder climates where snow might build up outside the door.


  • Traditional French door styling
  • Energy efficient
  • Solid wood or fiberglass door
  • Quality construction with mortise-and-tenon dowel joints
  • Multipoint locking system that seals the doors tight at the top, center, and bottom
  • An extensive array of options and accessories, including sidelights and transom windows
  • Available in one-, two- and three-panel configurations

French hinged patio doors not only open your home to the world outside, but they also bring the beauty of nature inside. They can flood a room with sunlight and provide panoramic views, and their wide wood profiles add an undeniable elegance to their surroundings—yet they are just as effective in sealing the elements out.  The French door might might be the perfect exterior door.