What is a French Door?

French doors are typically located in bedrooms, garages, and office spaces, and are often used as part of a home’s security system.

A French door is generally built around a metal frame and is covered with a padlock.

It has two doors on either side and a metal latch that allows you to open and close it.

These doors are not the same as an open or shut.

They are designed to be unlocked, and locked, but can also be unlocked and unlocked by sliding the latch, which is then secured by a spring.

They can also have a lock on the top or bottom.

However, they are not usually used for locking doors in bedrooms and bathrooms.

A french door is often considered the easiest door to fix because it is so common.

French doors have a variety of uses, including protecting against theft, keeping pets in a home, and keeping a safe space from the elements.

You can read more about the differences between french doors and closed doors on the next page.