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No matter what kind of renovation you decide to have for your home, they are bound to have a return on your investment. They can improve the current look of your home and make life easier, just like French doors. What exactly are French doors?

 

According to Wikipedia:

 

"French doors are derived from an original French design called the casement doors. It is basically a double-leaved door with large glass panels in each door leaf, and in which the doors can swing both out as well as in."

 

French doors have three basic designs to choose from:

 

1. Divide or multiple lite doors – This generally has 5, 10, and 15 designs available

2. One lite doors – This type of French door has one large glass pane and delivers a large amount of natural light into your home

3. Bi-fold doors – Bi-fold French doors fold like an accordion fashion

 

Open up your home with French doors.

 

If you are interested in having French doors installed somewhere in your home, then read on to find out the best places to have them installed.

 

Install French doors in dark rooms to welcome natural light

 

For most houses, there is always room that doesn’t seem to get enough natural light. If you have a dark room somewhere in your home’s ground level, then you might want to consider installing French doors. Since this type of room will usually have 4 walls, one of these might have to be broken down and replaced with French doors. This will open up the room and create an illusion of bigger space.

 

You can then convert this place into a second living room or any other room which you think is suitable. If you are interested in converting one of your room’s walls to French doors, make sure you ask a professional double glazing company. They should be able to help you on every aspect of your home improvement project.

 

French doors that open to your garden

 

Replace your old doors with double glazed French doors that add a bit more beauty and functionality. French doors that lead to the outside of your home are called exterior French doors. There are many Do-It-Yourself manuals and instructions on how you can install them by yourself. Just remember that installing French doors is not for a DIY beginner. Make sure you contact a professional to ensure the proper installation of your French doors. Don’t forget to install some security devices on your double glazed French doors.

 

French doors between two rooms inside your home

 

Create more space inside your home by installing internal French doors. When it comes to installing internal French doors, you have to make sure that the two rooms you are going to connect are built correctly and safely. You can install laminated glass for added safety.

 

These places in your home can highly benefit from French doors as they add aesthetics to the space around it as well as improves the value of your home. Invest on double glazed French doors for added benefits.

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