French sliding patio doors – French doors are normally considered decorative. They have multiple windows or lights, covering the door from top to bottom. These pieces of glass are divided with wooden beams. Occasionally, glasses on top of the door are decorated with stained glass or other ornaments.
The installing French sliding patio doors is to clean the space where the door will be placed. This includes dismantling the sliding racks, or any other framework that goes against the unit. The second step is to put sealant along the side of the wall where the fixed side of the door will be placed. The third step is to place drywall screws along the side with sealant and then attach the hinges of the door. The fourth step is to place the door frames along the hinges and then attach the glass panels between the edges of wood.
French sliding patio doors are more ornamental than sliding. French doors are usually placed as a door to the outside, either a patio or even a front door. A French door generally not used as a front door, however they due to the large amount of glass in them, are easy to break. French doors are usually placed for access to patios and backyards. Sliding doors have many uses, but they are almost always inside a house. Used to shower enclosures, doors to the basement and closet doors.