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French doors...

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Please bear in mind that french doors can be tempermental due to the fine tolerances of setting them up. This can mean issues at a later date - for example, very hot weather will expand the upvc and the closing or even the locking of the door can get difficult. This happens to all french doors (not just ours) so you should bear this in mind when ordering them. 

In the video below...Alex and Iain discuss how some of the windows in your garden studio will "tilt in" for fresh air. Tilt windows cannot be positioned next to single doors or french doors as this affects the strength and rigidity of your garden room. We aim to have at least one tilt window per garden studio but more if you are going for a larger garden room...

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Alex and I discuss a fanlight window in this video...Fanlights are not an option for the QCB garden office...

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And we discuss installing a recessed blind into a fanlight window in this video...

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Alex discusses a half window which can come in frosted glass if required...Half windows are not an option for the QCB garden office...

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Alex and I discuss a garden studio which has a "picture" window. The picture window is 6' wide (1820mm) and does not open since it a very heavy piece of glass...(this studio has green windows which we no longer supply sorry.)

Picture windows are not an option for the QCB garden office...

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Alex and I discuss the tilt window which can be opened for fresh air...

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Alex and I discuss having a "solid" door panel rather than glass...(it was a very cold day - please excuse the comedy hat:-)...This solid panel is an option for the QCB, QC6 and QC7 garden studios...

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My house french doors frequently won't lock on hot sunny days but I've found a way round it. I explain in the 2 videos below...

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Iain here...I sometimes have customers concerned about having water at the bottom of their door tray. Alex explains here that this is normal. The door tray has drain holes to allow any excess water to drip away from the door...

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VIDEO 12...In this old video from 2009, Alex discusses the glass used in all the QC Garden Studios...