Create inviting spaces when you add French doors to your project. French doors are used as both entry patio doors and as interior doors that separate two spaces. These doors are popular because they allow some privacy, while allowing a visual connection between two spaces. Patio French doors often open onto a deck or a backyard patio, and may be used with a screen door system. Interior French doors are often found in the entryway between the dining room and the kitchen or living room. The doors allow light to flow between the spaces. Curtains and blinds are sometimes installed, just as with an exterior window, to provide more privacy. A divided glass design is the most popular.
The fiberglass door from Codel is virtually maintenance free and offers a limited lifetime warranty. Unlike other brands of fiberglass doors that offer only wood edges, the Codel fiberglass door is manufactured with composite edges as well as composite top and bottom rails, leaving no exposed wood. The Codel fiberglass door has a clean appearance, with radius mortised hinge preps instead of swiping completely through the door edge. With the harsh Pacific Northwest climate, we believe this all-composite fiberglass door will give you years of satisfaction.
Built in mini-blinds
- Fully raise and lower blinds with a light touch
- No dusting, no cleaning, and no swinging blinds
- No dangling cords or tilt wands
- No exposed cords
- Increased energy efficiency
- 20-year limited warranty
- Available on Full-view, Standard and Side-Lites