Double the space

Elitis® Halo® | Double French | PVCu Doors

French Double Doors

French doors extend your home, bringing extra light and the illusion of more space. They create an attractive opening to a garden or patio with minimal obstruction. As a homeowner you will be able to enjoy a better view of the outdoors all year round. French doors are also ideal for partition wall application- from a kitchen to a conservatory area for example

Halo Rustique French Doors

Where the look and feel of a more traditional door product is desired; Halo Rustique French Doors offer an uncompromising PVCU solution, with their Ovolo sculptured bead design

There are a host of options to customise appearance and optimise functionality; including style, colour, glazing options, and opening direction

Halo Bevelled French Doors

Halo residential and French Doors offer an advanced, highly-functional solution to fit a range of applications. These doors sit within System 10 Frame, a fully integrated 70mm system featuring a modern bevelled design

The PVCU doors can be tailored to suit a range of specifications. From their aesthetic appeal to their optimised functionality; Halo French doors are available in a variety of styles, with multiple glazing options and a choice between inward and outward opening

Halo PVCu French Doors in Black uPVC with Side Lights and Fanlights

Halo PVCu French Doors in White with Sidelight Flag Windows

Flat White
White Grain
Cream Grain
Agate Grain
Pebble Grain
Silver Grey Grain
Slate Grain

Anthracite Grain

Black Grain
Chartwell Grain
Stipple Anthracite
Spectral Anthracite
Irish Oak WoodGrain
Golden Oak WoodGrain
Rosewood WoodGrain
AnTeak WoodGrain
White Grain French Doors in living room viewed from inside the room

Imagine your Patio Door, your way

Halo PVCu French Door style and Layout Options

Recently installed French Doors

Installed locally by our teams

Tech Spec

Maximum Frame Dimensions

1800mm (w) by 2122mm (h)

Outer Frame

72mm / 84mm options


Up to 116mm depth

Thermal Performance

Achieves U-Values as low as 1.3 W/m2K when using Double Glazing

Achieves U-Values as low as 1.1 W/m2K using Triple Glazing

Thermal performance data varies based on design and specifications chosen