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Glass Options for Timber French Doors by Wilkins Windows


glass options for timber french doors
Wilkins Windows is the premier supplier of timber French doors in Australia.

With a service record spanning almost two decades, the family-owned company has become the industry’s one-stop shop for the customisation and installation of doors and windows, for both domestic and commercial applications.


Timber French doors are a classic choice for a touch of elegance that never goes out of style.

Wilkins Windows’ take on timber French doors is manufactured from premium quality cedar to seal in high strength and resilience. Their design uses mortise and tenon joints, and other first-rate hardware and fittings to guarantee excellent performance and long lasting service.

Wilkins Windows proudly offers old fashioned, professional custom made services for easy and flexible compliance with the specified requirements of any project. For glass options, specifiers can choose from obscure glass in various textures, as well as tinted/Lead lite/low E/double glazing/thermal/insulation glass.

glass for timber french doors

The optional glass decorating for obscure glass includes Rain, Glue Chip, Flemish, Obscure, and white translucent. All designs are built with high attention to detail and aesthetic value.

glass for timber french doors

On the other hand, tinted windows are available in the following options: Deco Zinclight; Diamond Flower Zinclight; Diamond Jewel Zinclight; Tuscan Jewel Zinclight; Clear Bevelled Zinclight; Waratah Leadlight; Antique Frosted Ceramica; Kookaburra Jewel Ceramica; Blue Wren Ceramica; Rose Jewel Ceramica; Grey Slumped Waterfall; Slumped Waterfall; Desert Sand; and Crystal Lead.
Wilkins windows also offers an extensive range of double glazed French doors/windows that add sound or thermal insulation to the already impressive aesthetic value of the windows and doors.
Double glazed French doors can also incorporate any feature glass and also lead-light units, being vacuum sealed inside the air gap so future cleaning and maintenance of the lead light is not required.
All glass surfaces of timber French doors must be cleaned on a regular basis for maintenance. Here is a general guide for cleaning products within the Low E Glass range:

  1. The glass surface must be rinsed with warm water, or a vinegar based commercial solvent, to remove loose dirt, dust and other stubborn stains.
  2. The cleaning solution must be wiped onto the glass surface in a circular motion and rinse to a clean finish thoroughly.
  3. The user must apply light to moderate pressure in wiping the cleaning solution onto the glass surface.
  4. Warm water should be profusely used to rinse off all traces of the cleaning solution from the glass surface.
  5. The warm water on the glass surface must be wiped using a squeegee or a clean lint free cloth.


The utmost care should be taken to avoid contact with any glazing sealants, or other related products.

Specifiers can also have timber French doors supplied with stylish internal blinds. The window furnishings are magnetically driven for smooth tilting to 180? in the regulation of light and privacy.


Book a consultation with Wilkins Windows today for the installation of timber French doors. Head on over towww.wilkinswindows.com.au today.