You want stylish french doors that operate easily for years of trouble-free use. That's why IllumiNation Window & Door Co offers a wide spectrum of french doors in vinyl, fiberglass, aluminum and wood, each designed to make a statement in virtually any home. What's more, since all IllumiNation Window & Door Co french doors are custom made to your order, we give you the freedom to think outside the box, tweak a size here, add a distinctive grid configuration there, or combine doors with a transom window or sidelites for a one-of-a-kind patio entrance.
French doors are one of the most popular features of any home. They provide convenient access while creating unimpeded views that flood interior spaces with natural light. While old-style french doors were notorious for heat loss, leakage and poor security, modern doors offer significant improvements. Frames and glass are more energy efficient, many products incorporate multi-point locking mechanisms for better security and sophisticated flashing packages prevent leakage. As with any window or door today, there are many choices when it comes to choosing a french door, let IllumiNation Window & Door Co help you make the right ones.
Fiberglass French Doors – This material features both the feel and look of genuine wood, right down to the knots and cracks, with less upkeep. In fact, these doors are built to consistently withstand the rigors of any climate - hot or cold, wet or dry.
Aluminum French Doors – A lightweight and strong material that is a cost effective alternative to wood. This material is corrosion-resistant and performs well in most climates.
Steel French Doors – Steel offers strength and durability and is a good choice for most climates. They will require only minimal maintenance (in especially moist areas, they may require minor upkeep).
Vinyl French Doors – A strong plastic material that is used for its durability, energy efficiency and ability to stand up to the elements. This material will never fade in color, flake, peel or rot.
Wood French Doors – Wood doors come in a variety of species, such as fir, pine, mahogany or alder. Each species has a range of characteristics, like grain, color and sap content, which contributes to its unique appearance.
Clad-Wood French Doors - Like a coat of armor, cladding is a strong layer of metal on wood, providing extra protection and low maintenance benefits with no exterior painting required.