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French Doors and Windows

Homeowners who desire designer class interior decor and a stylish home exterior would most probably opt for french doors and windows. These are also known as patio doors which feature huge panels, usually extending from the floor to the ceiling, which are fitted with glass panels, providing a great view to the outdoors from within the house.

If your house is in need of a proper ventilation, then it is definitely a good idea to install French windows. French doors also give the sense of openness to your house as they are connected directly to the outer areas such as your balcony, patio or garden.

Depending on specific sizes, French windows usually consist of two to four window panels or slashes that are attached to sliders or hinges. The windows are slide to open as opposed to regular windows that open outwards so they do not require extra free space at the front or the back.

Before you plan to install some new French windows and doors, consider the wall space that is available. Most of the time, it's better to choose the floor to ceiling size door as it would add spaciousness but if the wall space is limited, then it's probably a better idea to choose the smaller version with less and broader glass panels to balance out the look. If you need a professional to take a look at your windows Roofs By Rodger is a great choice.

Be sure to choose a colour of the frame that matches with the paint of both the interior and exterior of the house. The common white is usually the more adaptable color. Its glass panels can be fitted with double glazings and toughened glass for added protection and functionality. Compare French doors and windows prices from your local suppliers.

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