French doors are a perfect choice where luxury look and feel are priority
uPVC Double Glazed French doors provide a luxury feel in any space of your home, without the worry of warping, rotting, cracking or maintenance that’s associated with timber products.
Our French doors can open both inward with or without a tilt feature or outward depending on the requirements of your space.
Available in single, double and triple glazing to meet your acoustic and thermal requirements.
French doors can help to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer, making for effective energy savings.
We supply uPVC French doors across Australia to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane Perth, Tasmania and Adelaide and everywhere in-between.
Stylish, functional French doors — double glazed, triple glazed or single glazed
Our PVC French doors are stylish, practical and very durable. Available in a range of different configurations and profile depths, they are manufactured to exacting standards right here in Australia. They are perfect if you are looking for an elegant double glazed door solution that provides easy access to your backyard from your living area without compromising thermal or acoustic insulation. In addition to excellent insulating properties, all our french doors feature high-quality, multi-locking systems that make them exceptionally secure.
Beautiful French glazed doors that will look great for years
Traditional wooden-framed french doors are undoubtedly beautiful, but they are not a very practical choice for most areas of Australia. The frames and glazing are susceptible to erosion in coastal locations and even in inland areas, and problems may be encountered. Temperature and humidity swings can cause timber frames to warp or crack, making them a high maintenance choice that many homeowners would rather avoid.
Unlike wooden-framed doors, our PVC French doors are designed and engineered to be almost entirely maintenance-free — all you need to do to keep them looking as good as new is to clean them occasionally, and they will last you for several decades. They’ll never need to be sanded down or repainted, and they aren’t susceptible to water damage. Whatever the elements may have in store, your new french doors will cope without any worries.
In addition to coping with all types of weather conditions, our beautiful French glazed doors are built to meet BAL 40 rating requirements. BAL 40 is the second-highest bushfire attack level rating, and buildings that meet its requirements are designed not to catch fire when in the presence of windborne embers and any secondary fires they may trigger. In other words, our doors will resist burning embers with increasing heat flux and even some direct exposure to bushfire flames.
If you would like to request a price for new french doors anywhere in Australia, please feel free to complete and submit the quote form at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, you are welcome to call and speak to us during business hours or send us an email with any questions you may have. However you choose to contact us, you can be assured of our best attention.
Can French doors be double glazed?
Absolutely. According to your needs and personal preferences, our doors can be manufactured with single glazing, double glazing, or even triple glazing. Whatever glazing you choose, you will be pleased to know that your new PVC French doors will be wholly lead-free and UV stabilised, ensuring they’re environmentally friendly and suitable for the Australian climate.
What is a double glazed French door?
Double glazed French doors look and function in much the same way as single-glazed French doors. However, thanks to the PVC frames and double layer of glass with inert gas inside, our double glazed French doors are far more durable and energy-efficient than single-glazed doors of a comparable design.
Are double glazed french doors worth it?
If you’re wondering whether double glazed french doors are worth the extra cost, we would have to say yes. While you might expect us to say that, there are some very good reasons for spending a little more on double glazed doors.
Firstly, they offer much better thermal and acoustic insulation, helping to make your home more peaceful and energy-efficient. Secondly, they provide more security than single glazed doors – double glazed panes are much harder to break. Thirdly, they are virtually maintenance-free, which means that with a bit of regular cleaning, they’ll look as good in ten or twenty years as they did on the day they were installed. Our French doors – double glazed or triple glazed – are an excellent investment as far as most homeowners are concerned.
What are the different types of double glazing?
Whilst most double-glazed units may look very similar to the untrained eye, there are many different types of double glazing in use today:
- Annealed/float glass — The cheapest double glazed doors and windows are made with this type of glass. Although it can still be quite difficult to break, annealed double glazing is not as strong as other types and may shatter into sharp glass shards if it breaks.
- Toughened/tempered glass — Several times stronger than float glass and designed to break into crystals rather than sharp jagged pieces – you’ll find this type of double glazing in higher quality units.
- Laminated glass — This is even stronger than toughened glass, with multiple layers bonded together.
- Coated glass — For privacy reasons, some homeowners choose to install double glazing manufactured with coated glass. The coating may either be tinted or reflective.
At PVC Windows Australia, we offer you a range of double glazing options, including coated and energy-efficient glass.
What other double glazing products do you supply?
We supply a wide range of high-quality double glazed windows and doors, including sliding and stacker doors, bi-fold doors, alfresco and patio doors, casement doors and tilt & turn windows. Please check out our blog or call to speak to us for more information on our products and services.
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Double Glazed French Door Benefits
High grade multi locking system
makes our French Doors extremely secure against unwanted, nasty intruders
Outward or Inward opening function gives our uPVC doors a full opening which helps to achieve superior airflow
Insulated frames provide a sound and weather barrier, which keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter
uPVC windows are easy
to clean, require practically no maintenance and are built to last
Reduce Outside Noise
Reduce unwanted noise by up to 90% and turn your home into a peaceful sanctuary
We only use the highest quality
German supplied hardware for our
Double Glazed French Door Features
10 Year Warranty
Comes with our 10-year manufacturer’s warranty instead of the industry standard of 7 years.
Made in Australia for
Engineered and independently tested to meet and comply with Australian Standards
All Building Types
Render, brick and block work, precast panels and lightweight construction.
Premium lockable hardware options in a range of styles and finishes for an added layer of security
Certified Up To BAL 40
Our uPVC windows and doors are engineered to meet Extreme fire risk requirements in areas as high as BAL40
An extended range of obscure, tinted & energy efficient glass options, including double and triple glazing.
Unique fly screens and security screens, available in a range of mesh types. Standard screens included.
Highly Insulated Frame
Superior insulation with fusion welded frames that contain multiple air chambers which act
as thermal and noise insulators
Energy Efficient Seals
Thermally efficient with double & triple gaskets to ensure that no water, air or dirt penetrates your windows and doors.