Convenient & Appealing
Fiberglass Dutch doors are extremely popular here in Southern California; especially our beach cities. You can read more about our Dutch doors here. The good thing about fiberglass doors are that they are tough, energy efficient and come with extended warranties. Double Dutch doors are convenient, appealing and offer great value.
Double Dutch Door Styles
The 3 most popular fiberglass Double Dutch Doors are;
- Traditional/ Vintage style doors
- Craftsman and
This is a picture of a 9 light Traditional styled double dutch door in fiberglass.
This is a picture of a Craftsman styled double Dutch Door.
This is a Rustic Styled Double Dutch Door with Wrought iron in fiberglass.
Paint Your Door With an Inviting Color
Black, White and browns are traditionally ‘safe’ colors. That said, we increasingly see people making bold color choices. We’ve had customers ordering their doors in reds, blues, greens and yellows; even the occasional hot pink and deep purple!
Increase Your Curb Appeal With Glass
Glass adds a touch of sophistication to your entryway. It also makes your home look bright, cheerful, and homey.
Glass goes well with Dutch Doors. You’ll see top lights with no grids to those with grids that include 2, 3 and 4 (divided) lites. You’ll also see half lites that span the entire top leaf with no grids or divided into 9 lites.
Grids are long, thin, flat pieces of fiberglass or other material that cross each other to form a series of squares or rectangles.
These are glass panes (double or triple insulated) inserted in a door. They describe the amount of glass covering in a door.
Top lights are glass inserts placed in the top 1/3 part of the door
Here’s a picture of a half-lite fiberglass double Dutch door that we installed.
With all the options, the most popular style is the classic 4 lite (toplite).
It offers Privacy and Security.
This is a picture of a 4 light that also comes in a double Dutch door option.
Fiberglass Double Dutch Doors With Sidelights
If you want your entrance to look impressive, add a sidelight or two. You’ll need an extremely wide existing entryway to accommodate the entire system.
Installing a double Dutch door system with sidelights is probably the most difficult even for professionals to handle – not at all recommended as an amateur DIY project.
This is a picture of a nice bright, wide and airy entrance. The door system has a split finish color scheme.
Are you interested in increasing your curb appeal with a beautiful Double Dutch Door?
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