French Doors

French doors are usually one pair of the light constructed door with glass panes extending with most of its length. French doors are used as both entries & as interior separation doors. French doors are not only used for entry & exit points; it also allows natural light to lighten your home and maintain the beauty of your house. Our experts will help you choose the right French door for your home at an affordable price.

New View has a variety of styles of French doors for your beautiful home. Our French doors are made up of energy-efficient glasses that keep home temperature at a comfortable level. French doors design options include door material, size, color, window types, and glass types.

Why Choose French Doors?

French doors are no doubt, beautiful and functional, but they are not secure. They are used to join the exterior and interior elements of your home. You can use the French door where you want them in your home, and they offer an incredibly open feel to your home because they are made up of large glass panels. French doors make your home more impressive and appealing.

As they are versatile and attractive, this makes them a good investment. Using French doors at your home also increases the resale value of your home. There are two options in French doors: Exterior French Doors and Interior French doors.

Manufacturers have made many improvements to French doors over the years. These improvements offer more benefits without sacrificing the beauty; they provide better insulation & energy efficiency, extreme durability, less maintenance, better security, and preparation with tinted or opaque glass, offer better privacy and less sun exposure.

Compare French Doors

uPVC French Doors

uPVC is one of the most popular and cheapest materials for the French door, which offers excellent insulation to your home. uPVC French doors are made up of plastic and long last more than 20 years. It required less maintenance than other materials. uPVC is commonly used for window frames. French doors are also made out of it. uPVC French doors are secure, but as compared to composite French doors, they are less safe.

Aluminum French Doors

Aluminum French doors are more robust than uPVC. Aluminum French doors are a perfect solution for both residential & commercial properties. They are straightforward to maintain & built traditional charm for your home. Aluminum French doors offer extreme durability strength and high resistance to rust or corrosion. Due to its power, you can get a French door that is super slim. A new view offers a wide range of aluminum French doors.

Fiberglass French Doors

Fiberglass is one of the most popular materials for French doors because of its strength of working properly under harsh weather conditions & with less maintenance. They come with a very smooth surface and textured surface like wooden to feel like a wood door. Fiberglass’s doors are costly compared to uPVC and Aluminium but extremely attractive and require less space to install.

Customer Reviews

We’re proud of the work we do, and our reviews speak to the quality we deliver for every project.

“My wife and I worked with New View to install new doors as well as blinds for our condo. We couldn’t be happier with the quality of their work, their responsiveness, and professionalism. The entire process was easy and they made a tough decision into a no-brainer. We would recommend them to anyone looking into new windows or doors.”

Grant R.

“Great job installing new windows. Very fair price and kept me updated throughout the whole process. Installers were excellent. Very professional, friendly and neat. The windows look great. Highly recommend New View!”

Michael S.

“We had a tremendous 5 star experience working with New View. The team was 100% transparent in providing a honest and cost efficient solution for replacing our windows. From the first consultation, the process was seamless and stayed on schedule. If you are looking to upgrade your windows, New View should be your first call. ”

Bryan K.

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