Introducing Modern design techniques into a bygone era, these thermally broken black Heritage range of Aluminum French Doors exude style and panache for those customers looking to create that traditional Industrial look.
These thermally broken black aluminium doors are supplied ready hung, with loose glazing to allow fitting (and due to weight of handling), with all hardware fitted, so they are ready to install when they are delivered.
The design of these doors has taken the interior and exterior design market by storm and Express Doors Direct are pleased to be the first to allow these to be bought online with a simple click to buy approach.
If you need a bespoke size, we offer these doors made-to-measure to the same lead times as the sizes above - simply email us your requirements for a quote.
Supplied with 150mm sill with low-level threshold, black handles, and ultra-slim framing allowing maximum light flow into your building, these stylish external black French doors add a real touch of heritage style to anyone's new home or extension.
The large glass panels of these Industrial style doors will help fill your home with natural light. An abundance of natural light won't just make your home feel brighter - it can even help the space feel bigger.
More than this, French doors will also help break down the barrier between your indoor and outdoor space. They will help create a sense of flow between your home and garden, making these heritage doors the perfect choice for a sitting room or dining room that is used for entertaining.
These heritage style doors are only available in thermally broken aluminium, as UPVC French doors have much chunkier profiles due to the relative strength of the two materials. Aluminium is strong, similar to steel doors, but has significant additional benefits in weight, corrosion resistance and most importantly thermal performance, where steel is significantly worse. Our heritage style aluminium French doors are available in grey or black finishes.
Our modern aluminium profiles feature polyamide thermal breaks. This gives a much more impressive energy efficiency rating than traditional steel doors while still keeping that super stylish Industrial style look.
Whatever frames you choose, the glazing used in the large glass panels of these Crittal style doors is always double glazed to give these French Doors an impressive u value.
These industrial style French doors are named after the person who originally designed them, a man called Francis Henry Industrial. They were first manufactured in the 1800s, but have continued to be made ever since. In the 1920s and 1930s, these heritage style doors saw a popularity peak as the thin lines of their grid frames perfectly suited the art deco era.
They have seen yet another spike in popularity recently, as the dark lines and stark contrast of these steel look doors makes them the perfect industrial style doors to suit the current industrial fashion.
We can offer these doors on a made to measure bespoke basis on the same lead time as displayed above!
Please send your requirements to our email : [email protected] for a quote.
Please note these products are made to order and therefore cannot be cancelled or returned after the order has been placed.