French doors are commonly used in homes, but they are not always easy to install and are a common sight in garage doors.
In this article we will explain how to install the french doors in your barn door.
In a typical barn door, the top of the door is covered by the upper surface of the lower surface, which is called a sill plate.
This means that when you open the door, there is a gap between the lower and upper sides of the sill plate and the door will fall out.
This gap can cause some discomfort to your child and/or to your dog.
So, if you have French doors, it is advisable to use them only for door stoppers and doors that do not have a sliding mechanism to stop them sliding when you try to open them.
The door will stay in place even when you push the door stopper out and the front side of the top door slides out.
So you will have to use a tool to remove the front sill plate from the door and you will then need to fix the door.
First, you will need to take a look at the bottom of the front door, which has a top sill plate that will be used to install french doors.
Then, make sure that the bottom sill plate is well centered and the hole on the bottom side of it is small enough that the screws holding the top sill to the lower sill plate will not touch each other.
Then place a small screw in the lower front sill hole.
This will be enough to install two French doors.
If you do not use this screw, you may have to cut a hole in the door sill plate to accommodate a screw.
Then replace the front and rear sill plates by removing the screw from the lower back sill plate, and replacing it with the new screw.
Make sure to install it on both sides of your door sill.
The new sill plate should be placed in the hole and then screw it into the sill.
This is the same procedure you would use to install a door top seal, which will also have a screw that will hold the top to the sill bottom.
The French door sill will stay on the lower sides of both doors and can be seen in the picture above.
To fix the front french door sill, cut a small hole in one side of one door sill and place a new screw in that hole.
Then screw the new sill into the bottom recess of the old sill plate you used to screw the door to.
The old sill will now look like this: The door is now secured and will slide out with ease.
If the front French door does not have any holes, then you can simply cut a second hole to mount the front window sill.
Then you will only need to replace one screw.
You will need some adhesive to attach the window sill to both sides, but it can be cut off easily by just bending the sill with a knife.
Finally, the rear door sill should now look as pictured: The window sill should be secured by two screws on the underside of the rear sill plate but you can cut out a second screw to attach it to the bottom part of the window.
You can see that the window will slide right out without much fuss.
We hope this tutorial helps you to get French doors installed in your garage door, but if you find that you do need a French door in your door, we would appreciate it if you could share your experiences in the comments below.