French Doors in Suffolk & Essex
Open up your living space and add light to your Suffolk, Essex, or nearby home with our French doors. Despite their classic design, our French doors have been designed and manufactured using modern door engineering to create doors that are stylish, strong, and secure.
Here at Blue Light, we do what we can to be environmentally conscious. Our French doors are made of 100% lead-free uPVC, well in advance of legislation. Additionally, all aspects of our uPVC French doors are fully and easily recyclable.
Secure & Safe
Our French doors are highly secure. These doors are Secured by Design and PAS 24 accredited. Additionally, they are fully compliant with the latest Building Regulations. With our French doors, you will have peace of mind knowing that our doors are strong and can withstand a lot of impact.
We offer colours such as White, Cream, Chartwell Green, 7016 Woodgrain, Gale Grey Finesse, Black Brown, Irish Oak, Golden Oak, and Rosewood. Other colours are also available with longer lead times. If you would like any further information on our customisation options, please contact a member of our team today!
Our French doors are designed with a four-chamber or six-chamber profile, which makes the doors incredibly energy efficient. The addition of either 28mm double glazing or 36mm triple glazing results in our French doors having an extremely low U-value and a high WER rating. With our French doors, you will be able to enjoy a warm property with lowered energy bills.
Make It Yours
Our French door comes with various customisation options so that you can truly make it yours. Our French door is also available in our standard and EnergyPlus range. Our standard range comes with a four-chamber profile for energy efficiency and our EnergyPlus range comes with a six-chamber profile for an A+ WER. You can pick between an open-in or open-out style to suit the needs of your living space. Additionally, our French door comes with the option for a low or ultra-low threshold.
Why Choose French Doors?
French doors are famous for their classic elegance and their ability to flood homes with natural light. Originating in the French Renaissance period, French windows have stood the test of time and are still desirable in today’s society. They are a method to add more light to your space and are ideal for the Suffolk and Essex homeowner who prefers to add a classical touch to their home.
Get in Touch
Start working with us now in Suffolk, Essex, and the surrounding area by using our online quoting system for your French door. Alternatively, you can contact us on 01473 944914!
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From start to finish, everyone at Blue Light was friendly, helpful, and efficient. I had a new front door fitted and I'm extremely pleased with the quality of the product and the professional fitting service offered by Blue Light. I would definitely recommend them.
Customer service was excellent throughout the whole process and we were kept well informed by Carlo. The glass fitters Darren and Darren were confident and were able to answer any questions we had.
Highly recommend! We’ve struggled finding good tradespeople in the past but we are so happy we used Blue Light for our windows and cladding. Really friendly team and a quality service. We wish we could use them for everything! Thanks team
Blue Light Windows have been fantastic from start to finish. The guys that installed our window were, efficient, tidy, and polite. Will be using this company again.
What are French doors?
French doors are doors of light construction that have glass panes for most of their length. They are usually fitted as a pair of doors instead of a single door.
Why are French doors so popular?
French doors are popular as the extended glass panes allow for natural light to flood into your living space. Because of the glass, they also add continuity from one living space to another. This continuity gives the illusion of a living space being larger than it actually may be.
What is the difference between French doors and bifold doors?
The main difference between French doors and bifold doors is how each door opens. Bifold doors slide, fold back flat, and completely open up whole walls. On the other hand, French doors usually consist of two glass-panelled doors that open inwards or outwards. French doors also tend to be more decorative while bifold doors are more contemporary.
What is the difference between French doors and patio doors?
The main difference between patio doors and French doors is how they open. Patio doors open by sliding along a track to one side instead of swinging inwards or outwards. On the other hand, French doors are typically installed as a pair. They feature a central frame with glass panels and open inwards or outwards.
Patio doors may be an ideal option for those who are hoping to achieve a simple, clean, or contemporary space. On the other hand, French doors are more decorative. Because of this, they are ideal for those who have traditional and classic homes.
How much are French doors?
It is challenging to say the exact pricing of your French door. There are a lot of variables that affect the price of French doors. To give you a quote, we will need information such as the size, the style, your approximate location in Suffolk, Essex, or the surrounding area, and any additional information. For a quote, contact us on 01473 944914 or use our online quoting system for more details.