Generally, whenever customers need to access their patios, garden or the outdoors, they usually install a garden or a French door. We have computed a list of basic differences between the two for your better understanding:
Although both types of doors look the same, their design is different. Garden doors are designed to have one solid door and one opening door. On the other hand, French doors have two opening doors, offering a larger opening, better ventilation and more passage space.
As discussed above, you get a wilder passage to pass with French doors compared to garden doors. This largely helps you when you are hosting a large party at your home with many people moving around—making their movement smooth and efficient.
When it comes to sturdiness, both have their respective pros and cons. French doors do not have solid center support as both the doors open. Whereas garden doors have a sturdier center as only one door opens.
The above are the main differences between gardenand French doors, to go in more details please read our blog French vs Garden vs Patio Doors.