Casement french doors

French doors is used as entry doors and as interior doors that separate two spaces. Interior French doors is often found in the entryway between a dining room and kitchen/living room, also often used as backyard doors. French doors are being loved for their functionality, aesthetic features, energy efficienty and many more advantages.

Our collection of French front doors, in solid timber and glass, offers the perfect blend of refinement and functionality. Enhance your exterior with a touch of continental style, and enjoy the universality of the double-door design – invaluable when it comes to moving large items in and out!

Crafted from the finest quality, durable timber, with a choice of glass panels, the French door style invites plenty of natural light into your hallway, for a warm welcome. Whether your preference is for the traditional, the modern, the dramatic or the simple, our wide range of French front doors offers a unique class and charm to suit any style and budget.

Hardware

We use Pickard and Mighton hardware, depending on the customer requests.  Our suppliers ensures to provide wide choise and best quality traditional English hardware.

Mighton – established in 1983, United Kingdom, as a supplier of nylon sash pulleys to the joinery window industry. Mighton offers a comprehensive range of over 2000 high quality sash, casement and door products. Mighton hardware are certificated by SBD (Secure by design)

Pickard – established the company in Keighley 1982. Pickard Hardware has grown to be one of the United Kingdom leading distributors of specialised hardware products.

Wood

One of the key factories ensuring the highest French doors quality is wood and how wood are processed. Our doors are produced using laminated wood beams in the Nordic pine and oak. Other type of wood such as Mahogany Sapele and Siberian larch can be both: solid and glued beams. All wood which we are using has FSC certification. It means that wood are from forest that are 100% replanted.

 

Wood types:

Nordic Pine: nordic pine is from slow-grown northern forest (Siberia, Karelia). The wood is soft, medium in weight, has medium density and also has excellent fiber and characteristics: tight growth rings, resulting natural strength.

Oak: the quality of oak are truly remarkable. Oak wood has a density of about 0.75 g/cm creating great strength and hardness. It is very resistant to insect and fungal attack, also it is durable even in contact with moisture beyond all common belief. Oak is characterized as durable, long lasting with a bright and strong wood texture.

Sapele: sapele is hard and very durable hardwood. Solid Sapele is generally stable when dry, making it ideal for use in doors and windows.It is ideal for painted applications due to its fine graining. Sapele also has the attractive aroma resistant to insects.

Sibirian larch: sibirian larch timber is naturally beautiful – so no finishing required. This tree is one of the best coniferous woods in the forest, with excellent properties:
•  Much lower moisture absorption levels compared with fir.
•  Impregnation unnecessary.
•  High durability and very resistant to rot and fungus.
•  High mechanical resistance and very good pressure resistance.
•  Excellent wear resistance (Class II).
•  High density
•  Aesthetically pleasing to the eye; warm colours from golden brown to  yellow sssand orange in the heartwood.

Finishing

High quality completion of our timber French doors is obtained using highest quality, ecological, water- based paints and pickle. The finishing coat is elastic and moves together with the wood, let it breathe. It is water soluble, moisture resistant and fast drying finish with a long–term UV protection.

A wide variety of paints and lacquers is available to meet our customers requirements. All of our paints and lacquers are environmentally friendly, ecologically clean and harmless to the environment.

 

UAB Langvalda painting technology are:

 

·              grinding

·              impregnation – priming

·              grinding

·              priming

·              grinding

·              painting

 

For the oak wood, before all these steps, we are filling the pores with a pores sprayer