Swinging French doors

Swinging French doors from A-Taylor Made Window

By: A-Taylor Made Window  12/10/2014
Keywords: patio doors, Patio Door, French Doors

A pair of doors that are both active gives you much natural light and ventilation. The drawback is that they eat up a chunk of space when swinging open and can limit furniture placement in a a room. If space is a consideration, enjoy the look of the hinged door but swing only one panel.

Keywords: French Doors, French Patio Doors, Patio Door, patio doors, Swinging Patio Doors

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Another space saving alternative is to use doors that swing to the outside. The downside is that the doors would be subject to deterioration from weathering, especially the tops. If wood doors are important to you, out swing doors are not recommended.