Sliding Glass Doors Vs. French Doors?

Answer French doors' main purpose is, besides being an opening into a room or building, is to allow in large amounts of light. Sliding glass doors, which also allow a large amount of light into a room, d... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Sliding Glass Doors Vs. French Doors

Are sliding glass doors safer than French doors?

Sliding glass doors have some safety advantages over French doors. Their lockable screens keep children and pets from getting out when the door is open for ventilation; an open screen door does not... Read More »

Which is safer Sliding glass door or French doors?

French doors are indeed very easy to kick in. They are also very easy to push open, and attack in any other number of ways. If you get french doors, be sure to get ones with a stationary center p... Read More »

How do pet patio doors work in sliding glass doors?

Giving your dog or cat the ability to get in or out of the house is made easy with pet panel doors that interlock to sliding glass doors, eliminating the need for cutting holes to make the space fo... Read More »

French Doors Vs. Sliding Doors?

Sliding doors and French doors are designed to allow light and visibility by working as a window and a door. The most typical use for both is as a patio door. However, you'll want to consider the d... Read More »