Rotting Softwood Upvc French Door with Integral Window?


Postby robo1 » Tue Jul 26, 2016 12:54 pm

Hi, At present I have rotten softwood double french door to a patio with no window in room so ventilation is a bit tricky. Looking to replace these with a upvc french door that also opens inwards, however I would like a window either integral to one door that would not be used much or another idea is a single french door with adjacent side glazing window part of which would open - in place of one door. Never seen this online so just wondering if glazing personnel out there have. If no answers is there there is a good window and door forum online I could try. Thanks good people.
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Postby welsh brickie » Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:03 pm

you could have a full length tilt and turn door, with a fixed frame next to it.
The tilt and turn door will allow ventilation and will open fully, internally
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