If you’re looking to add some old European charm to the exterior of your home but want the latest in manufacturing techniques, then look no further than an aluminium French door.
Boasting excess natural light and energy efficiency, exterior French doors are a stylish addition to any decor. With inward and outward opening options, French doors offer a seamless transition to any indoor living space.
Aluminium is ideal for exterior french doors because it's lightweight, durable and long-lasting. This sleek metal gives a modern look and stands up to the elements. Our frames use a thermal break to make our external aluminium french doors highly thermally efficient. This material is strong and secure too, helping to keep your home safe.
Our range of French doors with aluminium frames cover openings up to 3000mm. With additional side panels and sidelights available, we offer diverse options to suit all your needs.
We offer a range of styles of patio doors that perfectly complement both space-conscious areas or more spacious houses.
Short on space? No problem! You can opt for the classic two-panel exterior French doors that open outwards. If more space is available, then our four-panel aluminium French doors are a great option. With two full length glass panels on either side of the door you can allow more light into the living spaces, helping to bring more of the outside in. If you prefer a more industrial look then our range of Heritage style French doors are the perfect offering, with period charm in abundance whilst still being thermally efficient and secure.
Our drive to exceed normal market performance standards has led us to develop our range of French doors to better than standard thermal performance levels, too. You do not need to compromise on style over energy efficiency with Climadoor french doors in aluminium.
All of our French aluminium doors are offered with multi point locking systems for extra security too - perfect for transforming the aesthetics of your house exterior without compromising on security.
We at Climadoor also offer a 10 year guarantee against any manufacturing defects, providing you with complete peace of mind.
Questions about Aluminium French Doors
Both materials have different qualities that can suit particular needs. Timber doors are a more budget-friendly option for anybody looking to improve their home, but aluminium French doors are sturdier. They are also a more sustainable option for those that are eco-conscious.
One of the most recyclable metals on the market, aluminium French patio doors are also lightweight and are therefore easier to operate compared to other materials - making them a great choice for those with mobility issues.
Unfortunately, aluminium is difficult to furnish past its manufactured state. But, if the sleek metal finish is the style you are looking for, then you’ve chosen the right doors!
Latest News & Advice about Aluminium French Doors
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All of our doors and hardware are guaranteed for ten years against the occurrence of manufacturing faults.