French Sliding Doors Meet Criteria for Beauty and Function

One of the most efficient and powerful ways you can add value to your home—both aesthetic and monetary—is by installing French sliding doors that are positioned to enhance the flow of light through your house. French doors are of course famous for their use as glass-partitioned doors that allow sunlight to penetrate a home and be cast throughout the interior rooms. They are also well-known for the intricate and beautiful designs that are sometimes etched into the frames.


Contemporary use of French sliding doors combines the aesthetic appeal in the interior of the house with functionality and efficiency. They take up less space than hinged doors and provide a provocative and elegant way that is an addition to your interior design that is sure to increase its resale value.


A traditional French door usually was hinged; two windowed panels would be hinged appositionally and meet in the middle. Today’s French sliding doors can run along tracks for increased space, allowing you to close off or open up a room based upon your preference in any given situation.


The Sliding Glass Door Company is in the business of offering the finest quality sliding doors, including French sliding doors, to customers who are seeking to maximize the use of space in their homes while presenting a beautiful and appealing décor. French sliding doors are a perfect solution for homeowners who are looking for a great combination of efficiency and beauty, as well as the perfect balance of harmony and optimal use.


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Thanks to innovative design by The Sliding Door Co., today’s French sliding doors come in clear, frosted, laminated, or linen glass with clean, contemporary frames in a variety of finishes and a number of striking designs. We’ve set a new standard, and in the process we are changing the way people design and decorate their homes and offices. So when you’re looking to upgrade your home, condo, loft or office, visit to find a showroom near you, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Last modified on Wednesday, 02 January 2013 20:01