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Double Glazed French Doors

French Doors for a Classic Style.

Thermal Double Glazing double glazed French doors provide a classic style for your home along with the benefits of uPVC double glazing, including energy efficiency, reduced noise, low maintenance and the highest level of security for your home. These benefits make them the superior choice when compared to traditional doors.

Our double glazed French doors are available in many different colours and styles to ensure we have the design to best suit your home. The double door system makes them perfect for areas where wide opening doors are required.

As with all of our products, our double glazed French doors are installed with the utmost care and high quality finish. We look after your home, clean as we go and remove all rubbish when finished. Your satisfaction is our main goal.

Innate Style and Class: Double Glazed French Doors in Melbourne

Whatever it is about the French that makes them synonymous with style and class, it is acknowledged all over the world. We love their food, their wine is the benchmark against all other wine is judged, and their fashion houses are legendary. They even have a style of door named after them. French doors – AKA French windows – are glazed from top to bottom, so they serve the two functions that have led to the twin names. Are they doors or are they windows? One important point is that they come in pairs. You can open one and slip through into the next room, or open both and make a grand entrance. Maybe back in the day, they had bigger furniture than everyone else, or they were always moving the piano from one room to the next because Maurice Ravel or Erik Satie were coming to dinner.

How French Doors Have Come Bang up to Date with uPVC

If there was a criticism of French doors in the past, it would be that they were no good in the areas of heat and noise transmission. In other words, they were inefficient as regards keeping the heat in a room, with their natural imprecision allowing draughts and the flimsy nature of glass panes offering little resistance to heat/cold and sound penetration. Good looking, yes. Practical, in some respects, no. That was until uPVC French doors entered the equation. While alternatives to timber frames naturally went the metal route – because what else was there – French doors and interior comfort were not closely related. Steel? Nah: rattly, clumsy. Aluminium? Better from a practical point of view, but it’s too clinical. All the charm goes out of a door when aluminium is holding it together.

Finally, the scientists who work on household materials – and they do exist – turned their attention to giving PVC some rigidity. Their branch of research may not be as glamorous as developing materials for space stations, but they’re a lot more commonly used, and we are grateful for their efforts. uPVC is the unsung hero of modern materials, and double-glazed uPVC French doors can look stunning as well as being stable, sturdy and strong. Combine them with custom double glazed windows and your house will be ready for any Melbourne weather. Read More

Double Glazed uPVC French Door Design Made in Melbourne

Now if there is one city in Australia that has a touch of French class, it has to be Melbourne. That’s why we at Thermal Double Glazing love making and installing double-glazed uPVC French doors here. Yes, we make our uPVC double glazed doors here. French inspiration and heritage with Aussie workmanship – that’s a pretty unbeatable combination.

How uPVC Double Glazed French Doors can Make a Difference

Most doors are barriers in all respects, but one thing we don’t need to put up permanent barriers against is light. Let the light shine in, that’s the general feeling – and if you want to stop it for a time, that’s what curtains are for. Double glazed French doors add a touch of class, and if you’re thinking they are all made in white, think again. Our uPVC double glazing products are produced in a range of colours and shades, from cream to wood effects up to stylish dark grey and even cool, eye-catching black. In other words, you can have an overall colour scheme in a room that will not be let down by the door frames. Practical, reliable, efficient and classy: uPVC double glazed French doors are perfect in every respect.

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​Benefits of Double-Glazed Doors

Optimal Year-Round Insulation

Instead of just reducing heat loss or gain, quality double glazing is equally effective during both the cold and hot seasons, which keeps the home warmer during winter and cooler during summer, giving you optimal insulation all year round!

​The built-in insulation from double glazing acts as a thermal barrier between your home and the outside environment, minimising the need for artificial heating and cooling

Automatic Soundproofing

​As an added bonus, double glazing reduces external noise by up to 60% compared to single glazing. Reduced sound pollution from traffic, animals, vehicles, planes, alarms, etc will improve your sleep quality and reduce anxiety and stress, ultimately making your home more peaceful and relaxing.

Better For Your Wallet & The Environment

With half of the residential energy consumption going towards heating and cooling our homes, energy costs in Australian households are continuing to skyrocket. Do yourself a favour: switch to double-glazed windows.

Not only do double-glazed windows significantly reduce your energy bills—you can expect over 20% energy savings compared to single-glazed windows—the energy efficiency also helps reduce your carbon footprint, making it a win-win for both you and the environment!

Boosts Your Home's Value

Upgrading your windows to modern uPVC double-glazed windows will give your property an instantly refreshed aesthetic, boosting its kerb appeal and real estate value. Besides its innovative engineering, uPVC double-glazed windows are available in a wide range of modern and functional designs to suit all types of architectural styles.

Not only do double-glazed windows significantly reduce your energy bills—you can expect over 20% energy savings compared to single-glazed windows—the energy efficiency also helps reduce your carbon footprint, making it a win-win for both you and the environment!

Product Features

technical Details

Compliant with Australian Standards

Uw=0.99 W/m2K with standard-triple-glazing with Ug=0.6 and Psi=0.040 W/mK

Uf=1.3 W/m2K

Uw=0.76 W/m2K best possible option with triple glazing with Ug=0.4 and Psi=0.030 W/mK

Up to 41 mm glazing

Wide range of laminations available

5 chamber profile

Concealed drainage is possible

Up to RC2 burglary protection

Up to 45dB (sound protection class 4)

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