Making Sliding French Doors

Sep 12th

The main purpose of the sliding French doors is, in addition to being an opening in a room or building, allowing large amounts of light to enter. French doors are usually considered decorative. They have multiple windows or lights, covering the door from top to bottom. These pieces of glass are divided with wooden beams.

Interior doors french doors
Interior doors french doors

Occasionally, glasses on the top of the door are decorated with stained glass and other ornaments. These doors open for a series of hinges at one side of the door. Sometimes, sliding French doors have double hinges. This means that two sets of gates which are in the medium, allowing both doors open simultaneously.

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The first step in installing a sliding French doors is clean the space where the door is placed. This includes dismantling the sliding racks, or any other framework that goes against the unit. The second step is to seal along the side where the fixed side wall of the door is placed. The third step involves placing drywall screws along the side with sealer and then attaches the hinges of the door. The fourth step is to place the doorways along the hinges and then attach the glass panels between wooden edges.