Double and triple glazing
Step into your garden in style with a pair of new French doors. Available in uPVC, wood or aluminium, our exterior French doors are manufactured in the UK and secured with a Yale 3-star cylinder lock fitted as standard.
Choose from double or triple-glazing in a range of colours and two popular design options: fully glazed or with half panels added to the bottom of each door. Practical and stylish, French doors are the perfect choice for updating doors at the rear of your home.
Explore French Door Materials
uPVC French doors
The most energy-efficient option for modern and period homes, uPVC French doors are cost-effective and low maintenance. Find your favourite look from a variety of colours.
- 10-year guarantee
- Double and triple-glazing
Wooden French doors
Handcrafted from sustainably-sourced timber, our wooden French door frames are laminated to give a long lifespan and resistance to the elements.
- FSC-Certified timber
- Over 200 paint and stain finishes
- Natural insulator
Aluminium French doors
Choose aluminium French doors for the ultimate combination of style and durability. Made from extruded alloy, our aluminium frames are slim and strong and come in a range of colours.
- Hard-wearing design
- Over 200 colours
- Slim, lightweight frames
Get Inspired by Popular French Door Colour Options
Popular colours for uPVC French doors
Settle on uPVC French door frames and you’ll get a selection of popular colours to choose from. Go for a subtle, clean finish with White Knight or Anthracite Grey French doors, or a stylish contemporary shade like Sage Green.
Dual colour French doors
Dual colour French doors are the perfect way to complement the interior and exterior of your home. Choose a different colour on the outside and white on the inside.
Grey & Black French doors
Grey or Black French doors give a modern finish to your home. Our aluminium French doors come in Jet Black and timber French doors come in Black Ash. Both of these materials come in grey hues from the RAL colour chart, including the popular Anthracite Grey. Read more about our door colours here.
Timber French doors
Invest in wooden French doors and you’ll get a choice of paint and stain finishes. There are over 200 paint colours to choose from and a selection of light and dark wood stains.
Why Choose French Doors?
Range of glazing options
Our uPVC, aluminium and wooden external French doors come double glazed as standard. If you have concerns around street noise or are looking to maximise your energy bill savings, then our triple glazed uPVC French doors are for you.
Double glazed French doors come with toughened glass and a Yale 3-star cylinder lock with a multi-point locking system as standard. The cylinder lock is anti-bump, anti-pick, anti-snap, anti-drill and anti-plug extraction to protect your home from intruders.
Boost the level of natural light in your home with a pair of external French doors to keep your home bright and airy, even on grey days. While the same for bifold and patio doors, French doors are often the most cost-effective solution.
Reduce energy bills
Replacing your French doors could improve the thermal insulation and the energy- efficiency of your home. Enjoy reduced heating bills during the colder months when you invest in new French doors and new windows.
Creating a stylish French door entrance to your patio, balcony or garden is a good way to add value to your property. If you are still deciding what door style is right for you, view our doors buying guide.
Our happy customers
Ms Sayers, Devon
Dual-coloured Anthracite Grey/White uPVC French doors
“Anglian were able to answer all my technical questions and offered a good product. Our installation of new doors and windows went smoothly, reducing the outside noise and solving our previous leak problems.”Get a Price
Why Choose Anglian?
Side panel options
Available in uPVC, wood or aluminium, turn your doorway into a statement with our French door with side panel or window options. Make the most of the natural light in a room to give an even better view of your outdoor space.
After your French doors are installed, our team run you through product aftercare and show you how to get the most out of your new French doors. You’ll also find a helpful guide on how to care for your new French Doors.
Made in Britain
Our French Doors are manufactured right here in the UK by our expert craftspeople to fit the exact specifications of your home.
It’s easy to spread the cost of your replacement French Doors with our low rate finance plan from 9.9% APR variable.
Your French Doors come with a 10-year-frame guarantee and a separate 15-year glass guarantee, for the glass in our uPVC and Aluminium doors.
French Door FAQs
French doors are installed as a pair and fitted onto hinges which enable them to open outwards or inwards. Patio doors is more of a catch-all term that refers to any set of doors that open directly onto a paved area. This means patio doors can include doors which open with a slide, whereas French doors do not.
The cost of your French doors will depend on the material, colours and glazing you choose. Our expert craftspeople assess every job on an individual basis. We design French doors to suit your exact needs. Find out how much French doors cost by getting in touch.
Yes – historically French doors have been defined by the fact that they’re installed as a pair, with a left door and a right door. This is why you’ll sometimes find French doors listed or described as double doors.
French doors are traditionally built to open outwards onto the garden. However, we offer the option to install them to open inwards too depending on what’s best for the space.
To stop French doors that open out from swinging open in the wind or getting damaged, it is a good idea to invest in hook fixings that will secure the door in place. These are usually drilled into the brickwork behind the door so that you can hook them back when open.
French doors are usually categorised as a permitted development, so you will not need planning permission for them. But you will need planning permission where you are making a major structural change, like an extension, building something completely new, or changing the use of the property, like turning a home into a commercial building.