Wooden Bi-folding Doors

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Bi-fold doors are popular because they provide natural light and can be opened up to make for a spacious opening in homes or offices. They come in many different styles.

Uneven number of doors i.e. 3,5 and 7 leafs give you the independent traffic door which you can you as independent door

Even number of doors i.e. 2,4 and 6 doesn’t give you the opportunity of the independent traffic door which means you will not get standard handles in the doors. Instead of that you will need to release the locks from the inside and start folding doors from the inside to open the door.

Product information

Features & benefits

  • Get more light - Fill your home with light by opening up bi-fold doors. Even when closed, these create more light in an otherwise dark room that makes you want to spend more time there
  • Compact - Takes up a small amount of space
  • Flexibility - With the options of a few as 2 leafs, to as many at 7, you will find that the options are endless with our bi-folding doors
  • Added Security - Designed with superior strength in mind, you can have piece of mind with our bi-folding doors.
  • Aesthetically pleasing - As well as a fantastic finish, they also simply look amazing.

Specifications

Minimum number of leafs: 2
Maximum number of leafs: 7
Average width of a bifold leaf: 1000mm
Average height of bifold door: 2100-2300
Non standard size of the bi-fold door: 2300-3000mm
Type of glass which may be installed: Double glazed/Triple glazed/Toughened glass/Laminated glass
Vents: There are two options, either in the door frame or in the door leaf, whichever is more convenient.
RAL colour: Any colour from the RAL palette
Threshold: Threshold: standard/low aluminium threshold Standard/low aluminium threshold
Profile depth: 153mm
Leaf width: 90mm
External top frame height: 75mm
Internal top frame height: 95mm
External side frame width: 61mm
Internal frame width: 41mm

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FAQ

Bi-fold doors are typically more expensive than sliding doors due to their complexity and design. For this reason, they tend to cost more and may not be the best option for your home. Sliding doors, on the other hand, are simpler in construction but provide great functionality and value.

All bi-fold doors come with a key lock system to prevent burglars from opening them – which is doubly reinforced by a hidden inline tracking system. This makes it near impossible for a potential intruder to lift the doors up and out of their tracks.

Bi-fold doors are typically configured to open either inwards or outwards, depending on your property’s needs. You might choose an outward opening door, for example, if you think it will provide enough space in the room.But we can work with the homeowner to identify which doors they want to open and how they want their sliding glass door opening.

Our bi-fold doors can be fitted to any entrance up to 625 cm wide. This will be done with up to a maximum of 7 door panels.

Some experts estimate that bi-folding doors can add up to 10% to the resale value. Bi-folding doors are very popular with homeowners because they can span a very wide space unlike traditional french or patio doors. This is possible because these do not have fixed dimensions.

The price of a sliding door will vary depending on the size, says Tony Wiggins. Larger doors can be quite expensive because large panes need to be replaced.

The price of bi-fold doors can depend on the material & size though when it comes to the process, they are more complex than other types of doors…. We manufacture beautiful bi-fold doors made from solid wood. These doors are excellent at providing thermal insulation.

There are many benefits to having a conservatory including increased levels of security. Some thieves target them because they are often less protected than the rest of the house. While bifold doors security offers an added level of protection, they might still be more accessible to thieves than you think.