French Double Doors in Long Beach, NY
We Install All Brands and Styles of Double Doors & French Doors
A popular way to add elegance and sophistication to a home is by installing french double doors. French double doors can be either external or internal doors and are perfect for homeowners looking for a classic European look. Mikita Door and Window carries more manufacturers than the majority of window and door companies throughout the Long Island area. Our clients have more options when it comes to style, design, and features thanks to the many different brands we carry.
If you would like to make a grand statement with your front entry door, installing French double doors for your front door is a beautiful way to do so. You can also switch out your traditional sliding patio door with beautiful French door system. Or, install French doors between two rooms in your house to allow the rooms to be connected and light to pass between the rooms.
No matter where you want to install French double doors, Mikita Door and Window has the perfect style for you. You can even order custom French double doors completely customized to your style and tastes. Patterned and stained glass will make your French double doors pop.
At Mikita Door and Window, our installers are very experienced with installing French double doors. Thanks to our knowledgeable staff, excellent product offerings and great pricing, we are Long Island’s top rated window and door company.
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Some of our popular exterior French Double Doors
Designed to open into a room or out onto a patio, these doors make a dramatic statement and add great ventilation. French door styling goes well with any home style.
Long Beach, NY
Long Beach is a city in Nassau County, New York. It takes up a central section of Long Beach Barrier Island, which is the westernmost of the outer barrier islands off Long Island’s South Shore. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city population was 33,275. It was incorporated in 1922, and is nicknamed “The City By the Sea” (the Latin form, Civitas ad mare, is the city’s motto). The Long Beach Barrier Island is surrounded by Reynolds Channel to the north, east and west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.
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