French Doors Peterborough

French Doors are an attractive alternative to other large opening doors such as the bi-folding doors or patio door. We offer a huge range of French doors, whether you are looking for a more traditional aesthetic look to our stunning French Doors range. Regardless of which style French door you require, they are all available with the same high specification and colour choice to beautifully match our uPVC windows.

Our French Door range is available in either an ‘open in’ or open out’ function, ideal to suit your living space. Our uPVC French Doors will provide your home with high security, whist presenting a beauty and charming appeal. These stunning doors are available in a low and ultra-low threshold option.

French Doors with a Beautiful Finish

These stunning French Doors will maximise the amount of natural light into your home. With the elegantly sculptured features, providing a beautiful finish as well.

Our French doors are not only lead-free and attractive, but have been designed and manufactured with high security as well.

Security performance is one of the highest component to all of our door ranges. These doors are fully accredited to meet the standards of ‘Secure by Design’, and PAS 24@2012 regulations.

Glazing Choices

Our range of French Doors are available in either chamfered or sculptured profiles. Our double glazed range is available in 28mm whilst the triple glazed in 36mm option.  From the standard 4-chamber to our impressive 6-chamber profile, the choice is yours! These glazing options are all Part M compliant, so easily meet building regulations.

French door Colour Options

Choose from a huge range of colours including the standard white or opt for a stunning Rosewood Cream, Irish Oak or Light Oak. We also offer bespoke colour options such as Chartwell Green, Grey or our classic Black.

Low U-values

The lower the U-value then the more effective a door is, this is measured by the amount of heat loss leaving a home. Our French doors can achieve an incredible U-value of 1.3K/m2K. This will not just ensure that your home is warm and cosy and reduce your heating, but a lot quieter as well.