The main purpose of the sliding French doors is, besides being an opening in a room or building, allowing large amounts of light entering. Sliding glass doors also allow between lots of light into the room, French doors differ in that they have hinges on both sides and instead consist of two glass plates; one remains motionless against a partition while the other slides along a rail. The option to install a French door or sliding door depends on the aesthetic sense of the buyer.
Sliding French doors normally considered decorative. Have multiple windows or lights, door covering up and down. These pieces of glass are divided with wooden beams. Occasionally, glasses in hand above the door are decorated with stained glass or other ornaments. These doors open for a series of hinges at one side of the door.
The first step in installing sliding French doors is clean space where the door will be placed. This includes dismantling the sliding racks, or any other part that goes against the unit. The second step is to seal along the side of the fixed side wall where the door is placed. The third steps involve placing drywall screws along the side with sealant and then attach the hinges of the door.