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Add a stunning, sleek and elegant touch to your home with an exterior French door by Window World of Denver.
French doors from Window World of Denver are an elegant way to effortlessly transition the interior of your space to the outdoors.
View our range of French door colors to meet your specific taste.
*Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Did you know that your doors have an impact on your home’s energy efficiency? They do! Energy-efficient doors have insulation and superior weatherstripping to help keep heated and cooled air inside where it belongs.
French rail doors offer the same charm and elegance of French doors but have the space-saving convenience of a sliding glass door. Contact us to discuss which option is right for your Denver home.
Yes. All Window World French Doors offer energy-saving features such as ENERGY STAR-qualified SolarZone™ insulated glass packages and optional Low-E glass units.
At Window World of Colorado, our installers have decades of experience replacing patio doors. Contact us to receive a free estimate where our estimator will take measurements and schedule a time for the installation of your new French rail door.
French doors are known for their long, rectangular window panes that fit across the entire door. French doors are considered patio doors although both panels function as a normal door. French doors are good for adding more light to a room.
To measure your french doors, start measuring at the inside of the door opening. Then, measure the width, length, and height of the door frame. Since both sides of the door open, you also need to measure how wide the doors swing.
To lock French doors, use the Window World Multi-point lock system for an added layer of security.
French doors normally do not include screens because they are not part of the original design. However, you can add a screen to a french door so you can leave them open without letting in insects.
French doors can open either inward or outward. When you choose Window World for your installation, we set your doors to open inward for a smooth transition from room to room.
To hang curtains on french doors, you need to find curtains that exceed the length of the window to cover the top and bottom of the window pane. Otherwise, you follow the normal curtain installation instructions of installing a curtain rod and attaching the curtains to the rod.