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If you decide on a wooden French door, you can choose between Pine, Oak, Spruce, Larch and the tropical woods Eucalyptus and Meranti. You are guaranteed to find the right French doors for your home and at the same time benefit from the good thermal insulation of the popular natural material. However, with us, you don't just buy any off-the-shelf wooden French doors, but configure your personal desired product at an attractive price.Configure now
Bring nature into your living room with a wooden French door. It ensures brightness and the best indoor climate
Break-in protection, thermal insulation and soundproofing are three factors that should always be checked before buying French doors. But durability and maintenance requirements are also points that are always of interest. French doors of wood offer many advantages, but also have small disadvantages compared to other materials. Careful comparison shows which material is the right choice for your own requirements. If you also want to do the installation yourself, you can find out about the correct procedure in our detailed videos and instructions.
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With French doors of wood (or timber), the entire profile is made of real wood. The classic façade material is characterised by excellent dimensional stability. For windows, patio and front doors, mainly European woods such as Oak and Spruce are used, which are hardwoods or softwoods adapted to the local climate.
Wood has typically individual structures and growth characteristics that make up the special charm of this natural material. Modern windows and French doors of wood are environmentally-friendly because they are predominantly made of raw materials from sustainable cultivation. In terms of design, wood windows that are not clad with aluminium on the outside are a touch more exclusive with a consistent continuation of the wooden surface on the outside as well.
At the same time, patio doors made of real wood provide a beautiful contrast to straightforward facades in the modern architectural style. Real wood stands for cosiness and consistently implements this feel-good design.
However, those who opt for French doors or complete window fronts made of real wood should allow for a certain amount of effort. Every wooden façade needs care: to ensure that façades and windows last for a long time, they should be regularly treated with suitable special care products.
As part of the façade, wooden windows and French doors are becoming increasingly popular. Alongside uPVC, wood is the most commonly used material in window construction. The popular French doors of wood are offered in two material qualities: with profiles made entirely of wood and as a wood-aluminium composite.
Modern composite French patio doors and windows are composed of a wood-aluminium system, which consists of a wood profile with an outer shell of aluminium. Different types of wood, such as Oak, are offered as decors for the exterior shell. Wooden French doors are available in all standard sizes, as one to three-leaf patio doors for installation in a window front.
Wood is a popular material for French doors because of its naturally warm appearance. When planning, however, you should bear in mind that it is not only the usual aspects such as size, type of opening and glazing that influence the price. The different types of wood also have a different impact due to their individual properties. For example, the entry profile Classic with a basic depth of 68 mm is available from us in Pine from 407 €.
You can choose between six different types of wood for your French doors. As standard, we use Pine, which has proven itself over many years in window construction. A particularly hard-wearing option is Oak. The hardwood is also largely resistant to fungal attacks. For rustic styles, on the other hand, Larch is more suitable. Spruce and the two tropical kinds of wood Eucalyptus and Meranti are also available.
If you would like to install a very large glass surface or have little space for regular opening French doors, a sliding door can be a good alternative. In our online shop, we offer lift-and-slide doors, tilt-and-slide doors and bi-folding doors made of wood that meet every requirement.
For French doors of wood, the U-value depends, among other things, on the construction depth. For this reason, both the Classic and Roundline profiles achieve a U-value of up to 1.00 W/m²K with a construction depth of 68 mm. With a depth of 78 mm, a U-value of up to 0.84 W/m²K is possible for both profile systems.
You can choose from two different profile systems for our wooden French doors: Classic has an angular design and looks rather traditional, while Roundline has a modern, organically rounded look. Both are available from us in the typical basic depths of 68 mm and 78 mm.
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