French Doors

The beauty of our French doors is the way they bring the outdoors indoors. Full, uninterrupted glass panels add more light, space and picture book views, especially when teamed with side lights or full width top lights. French doors are essentially double doors with glass panes.

Strong, practical features include a classic design, wide profile, heavy duty hinges and a flush bolt for entry through one door while leaving the other safely closed. Security locks and handles give added protection, and, for even greater convenience, a common key can be supplied for all doors.

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Benefits of French Doors

Lets light in

The double glass door feature lets plenty of natural light into the property.

Adds space

French doors are designed in a way to open up the room to more space. Whether it be an external or internal door installation, french doors give an illusion of more space.

Adds value to the property

French doors can add value to your property in a variety of ways. They provide an inviting entrance that adds charm and appeal, which makes them a great feature for potential buyers or renters. Many people are drawn to the classic look of these doors, so it can be a great way to set your property apart from the competition.


Don’t be fooled by the glass panes on french doors, with high-protection glass and aluminium frames these doors are incredibly durable and can last a lifetime in your home or office.

Types of French Doors

Internal French Doors

Double French doors are great at dividing your living spaces into two rooms without compromising on light or space. The internal French doors look very similar to the external French doors, hence giving you more flexibility to add more space to your indoor environment.

External French Doors

Perfect quintessential addition to the alfresco or patio area, the beautiful external French doors open outward to your backyard creating a classic look and style for your outdoor entertainment area.

French Door Features

The classic French doors from Perth Window and Doors come with a range of features that are hard to beat including:

  • Double doors
  • Elegant and stylish design
  • A comprehensive 10-year warranty for your peace of mind
  • Manufactured exclusively from non-corrosive materials
  • Easily coupled to the Hi-Lite Aluminium Products range of windows and doors
  • Stainless steel butt hinges
  • Multipoint locking system
  • High-quality flush bolt hardware
  • Energy rated to suit various climates
  • Each of our beautiful French doors is made to order, allowing the widest choice of customising options
  • Full compliance with Australian Building Standards 2047

Custom Options for French Doors

All our doors are crafted with the highest quality materials. But if you want to go the extra mile and customise your new French doors, you can choose from the following options to match your home style:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our French Doors provide a truly elegant look to any home. But why do we call them French Doors? In the 1600s, this type of door style was popularised in France and adopted by Europeans across the continent. Today, French Doors offer a timeless look and feel that can instantly transform any space. With so many customisation options available, it's no wonder they are still one of the most popular door styles.

With their elegant glass panes and double doors, they are the perfect way to open up your home and bring in natural light. They can be used as both interior and exterior doors, making them an ideal addition to any home.

The main difference is the way they open. French doors open outward and inward while patio doors tend to be sliding doors that use the railing to slide across.

The answer to this question depends largely on the size and layout of your home. If you have a small room that lacks space, then swinging your French doors inward may be the best option since it will help conserve floor space. On the other hand, if you have plenty of room, then swinging your French doors outward will give you a more spacious feel.

They are mostly always double.

Yes! French doors can come with a screen, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors without letting in pesky insects. Not only do these screens offer excellent ventilation, but they also provide great privacy and protection from the sun's harsh rays. With a French door and screen, you can have the best of both worlds - the beauty of natural light with the comfort and security of a secure barrier. Let us help you find the perfect solution for your home today!