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French Doors a smooth transition between the interior and exterior.

What is a French door? A French door consists of panes of glass separated by vertical and horizontal framing members.
It opens and closes in the same fashion as other doors, swinging in a vertical plane. French doors are often used
where the designer wants to physically define spaces while still providing a view

French Doors provide a practical design that allow for easy access to outdoor entertainment
and main thoroughfare areas.

RWD Joinery are able to match French Doors to an existing traditional design or create a
more modern unit that will best complement your home. The inclusion of sidelights increases light transfer and enables for
cross ventilation when doors are closed… especially if sashless or double-hung windows are installed.

As with many of our timber joinery doors and windows, RWD Joinery are able to glaze French
Doors with a vast range of energy efficient glasses or double-glazed units to ensure superior energy ratings for your next building project.

If security or insect screening is a consideration, doors can open inwards and Prowler Proof
screens can be fitted in matching timber doors to the outside. Screens can also be fitted over sidelights for complete protection.

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