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Why French Doors Are Still Stylish and How to Choose the Ideal Ones for Your Home

Why French Doors Are Still Stylish and How to Choose the Ideal Ones for Your Home

Homeowners have had French doors in place of sliding glass patio doors for a long time. They’re very customizable and draw in additional fresh air when open. When you need to replace yours, you may be concerned French doors are not in style anymore. These doors remain very much in style for 2021 and beyond. And here’s why.

1. French Doors Are Multipurpose Patio Doors

There are a few different models of French patio doors. The most notable kind has double doors that move inward or outward on hinges. This kind brings ample fresh air and natural light, making your home seem brighter and larger. If your doors move inward, you’ll need ample of clearance and floor space for them to open totally.

Multi-panel patio doors are a modern option that merges the top features of French and sliding glass doors. Built with up to 10 panels wide to accommodate wide openings, multi-panel doors offer the most light and fresh air of any patio door.

There are two different kinds of multi-panel doors, also known as bifold doors, including:

  • Lift-and-slide panels, which remain in one spot until easily engaged on rollers.
  • Multi-slide panels, which move to one side or in the middle.

Separate from other French doors, these multi-panel doors don’t require floor space when open because they stack against themselves or tuck into a wall pocket.

2. French Doors Are Energy Efficient

Installing an energy-efficient French door may help you save more on heating and cooling bills every year. And keep your residence comfy year-round.

Pella has been a proud ENERGY STAR® partner since 1999. This means we’re committed to building energy-efficient doors and windows that meet or exceed ENERGY STAR certification in all 50 states.

Our pros make it a cinch to adjust the energy efficiency for your replacement French doors. Some models are provided in dual- and triple-pane glass, as well as InsulShield®. This stylish glass collection provides a variety of energy-saving options.

3. French Doors Can Be Customized to Match Your Home

Pella® French doors are particularly customizable. Including glass options, you’ll also have a variety of colors, finishes and grille patterns to browse when creating your doors. Devise just the right design with Pella Architect Series®. Or customize your Pella Lifestyle Series French doors with built-in blinds, shades or security sensors.

Finish Your French Door Replacement Project with Pella of Casper

When you’re ready to try planning your French door replacement project, our experts at Pella of Casper can help. From helping you find the right patio doors for your home to our acclaimed no-mess, no-guess installation day, we’re more than willing to help you from beginning to end. Give us a call at 307-234-1518 to get started today!

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