Inswing or Outswing Exterior Doors?
A customer and I were discussing a set of exterior french type doors we'll be installing. He is of the opinion that when closed, outswinging provide a better seal against high winds and wind driven rain than inswinging.
He intuits that driving winds against an outswinging door are forcing it more tightly closed, whereas the same winds are trying to force inswinging doors open.
I understand his logic, but am not sure one way or another. With today's hardware and weathersealing, do you think there is a perceptible difference?
Thanks for any opinions.
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