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FAQ: What’s the difference between Patio and French Doors?

The main difference between patio doors and French doors is how each opens. French doors open outwards on a hinge whereas patio doors slide along a track and open to the side. Patio doors are more modern in appearance and therefore best suited to a modern, contemporary property. French doors lend themselves to period and heritage properties. You can view our range of French and patio doors here.

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2 thoughts on “FAQ: What’s the difference between Patio and French Doors?”

    1. You can have a fly screen which pulls down on the Internorm products. There is also a mini shutter, or the external blinds, but the box needs to sit over the head of the window. These always go on the outside, as Internorm is an open in system.

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