So is there a difference between patio doors and french doors? If your home lends itself to having brand new doors installed, which is best?
Most of our homes have a lounge or a dining room with doors that lead out onto a patio or garden. Some homes and apartments will even have balconies with some sort of door leading out into open space. Patio doors have the advantage of sliding on either a single or double track. This means that the open door will not intrude into the house (open in doors) or out onto the open space (open out doors).
There is a Difference between Patio Doors and French Doors !
Patio Doors from Cheam Windows are available in either upvc, aluminium or timber. Whatever material you choose, our modern thermally efficient patio doors will allow a lot of light into your home and when open will provide a wide open space to bring the outside in.
Patio doors are especially beneficial to homes with restricted space. Or apartments with a small balcony where you door will be open but your outside space will not be taken up by an open door. All patio doors have safety glass and meet the very latest standards of safety and security.
Cheam Windows, First For French Doors in Surrey
Cheam’s range of french doors are available in aluminium, upvc or timber and can open either in or out depending on your choice. Our range of french doors are available with either traditional or modern hardware with slim lines maximising glass area.
Cheam Windows traditional range of french doors can have glazing bars and antique hardware for period properties. We also do modern polished and satin chrome handles and hinges to suit modern homes.
All our Patio and French Doors are available in many colours, textures and finishes and are all made to measure just for you.
Our showrooms in Banstead, Worcester Park and Hampton Court have a range of products for you to view and our staff will be pleased to answer any questions you may have.