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Nothing beats our Therma-Tru fiberglass hinged patio doors for value and performance. Explore our doors below and find the perfect one for your Atlanta home.
Beautifully crafted, energy efficient, secure, and easy to maintain, Therma-Tru fiberglass hinged patio doors are a durable alternative to wood or steel. Their appeal:
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The Classic-Craft® Mahogany Collection™ gives you elegant French patio door styles with the look of rich Mahogany made from environmentally friendly materials that hold up to weather and wear.
The Mahogany Collection™ is made with our patented AccuGrain™ technology to give the look of high-grade wood, with all of the durability of fiberglass. The French patio doors in this collection have the look and feel of a real wood patio door — with solid wood square edges, architecturally correct stiles, rails and panels. Unlike genuine wood patio doors, they resist splitting, cracking and rotting.
Imagine the beauty of oak wood for the French patio door on your home with all of the added benefits of fiberglass. Our Oak Collection™ of French patio doors offers deep rich grain detailing for a stunning first impression and instant curb appeal. The patio doors in this collection have the distinctive look, texture and feel of natural Oak grain, but won’t dent, ding, split, rot, or crack like real Oak patio doors will over time. Our patented AccuGrain™ technology gives the look of high-grade wood with the long lasting durability of fiberglass. The eye catching French patio doors in this collection are low maintenance and will retain their beauty for years to come.
Classic-Craft® Canvas Collection™ is the first smooth fiberglass patio door under the Therma-Tru brand name. This collection combines all of the beauty and performance of the Classic-Craft line with a smooth, easily-paintable surface. Classic-Craft® Canvas Collection™ doors feature wide center panels and rich embossment details that rival high-end custom wood patio doors – without the high-end price tag. You’ll also enjoy all the benefits of a premium fiberglass patio door, including security, durability, and energy efficiency.
Come home to the warmth of mahogany with the new Fiber-Classic® Mahogany Collection™ of French Doors. Timeless styles and a rich mahogany grain join together to create the latest line from Therma-Tru, the leader in fiberglass hinged patio doors.
As the trend for home interiors moves toward darker, richer wood tones in everything from cabinets to furniture, the Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection of French doors, with its deep, welcoming grain, allows homeowners to extend this look to their patio, creating a cohesive look throughout the home.
Meet the very first fiberglass hinged patio door — the French door that revolutionized an industry. Therma-Tru’s Fiber-Classic® Oak French patio doors changed how patio doors are made, and still sets the standard for today’s fiberglass hinged patio doors.
Our original vision was a hinged patio door that would not crack, split, splinter, or warp like wood. The result? Therma-Tru’s Fiber-Classic Oak French door that’s durable, stylish, economical and most preferred by builders and remodelers.
Fiber-Classic Oak has the warm, rich look of hardwood, with all of the advantages of Therma-Tru fiberglass.
Get the look of fine painted wood and the strength of steel with a Smooth-Star® French patio door. It’s an excellent value in a fiberglass patio door, made of rugged compression-molded fiberglass with deep detailed panels. This design creates beautiful shadows and contours on your patio door’s surface.
This perfectly stylish yet durable fiberglass French patio door resists the dents and dings from day-to-day traffic, and will never rust or corrode.
When it comes to your home, energy-efficient doors keep outdoor temperatures from impacting your home’s internal temperatures. That means increased comfort and decreased energy bills.
Window World of Atlanta’s French Doors are desired for their elegant design and ability to let a large amount of light into a room. They’re popular because they conveniently incorporate outdoor decks & patios into your living space while adding timeless appeal.
A French door is built of multiple lites, or full-length pieces of glass. Decorative grills can be embedded in between double-pane glass or superimposed on top of a single pane of glass in the door. For an elegant touch, decorative patterns are cut into the glass.
Typically, French doors are installed to open toward the inside of the house with both sides of the door opening as opposed to only one.
Yes. Our French doors are coveted for their visual grace and ability to let light into the room even when the door is closed. They give a room an open-air look and improves access between indoors and outdoor spaces.
French doors are a style of door best known for their long window panes that traverse the entire door. They are considered a type of patio door though both panels pivot on hinges like a conventional door. French doors add beauty and elegance while allow more natural light into your home.
To measure french doors, begin by measuring at the inside of the door opening. Next, measure all dimensions of the door frame, including the width, length, and height. Because both doors open individually, you’ll also need to measure the width of the doors swing.
To lock your French doors, use the Window World Multi-point lock system for an additional layer of security.
French doors do not normally include screens, as they are not included in the original design. However, you may add a screen to your french door so they can be left open without allowing insects to enter your home.
French doors can be installed to open either inward or outward. When you choose Window World of Atlanta for your installation, we set your doors to open inward for a smooth transition from room to room.
To add curtains to your french doors, you’ll need to first find curtains that exceed the length of the windows. Otherwise, you follow the normal process of installing a curtain rod and attaching the curtains to the rod.