Beautiful garden or scenic view, one of those situations where a standard window is simply not showcasing all you see before you, time to move up to a bi fold door and bring the great outdoors into your living room.
Bi folds can be designed to fit any size of opening, with any number of sliding panels (limited only by size and weight) they can open in any way you choose from either end, from the centre and they come in a range of materials, timber, aluminium and UPVC and they all work to provide you with that uninterrupted view for which you crave, the customer has never had a greater choice.
Open your bi fold doors to let the sunshine and clean fresh air flow through your home and when the weather changes simply close them and allow the double glazing (as standard) to keep you warm and cosy out of the winter chill.
Open up your home
Open up your home to the outdoors with our stunning bifold doors. With doors that stretch the full width of your room, you can bring the outside in with panoramic views of your garden in your living room.
Easy to open/slide
Bi fold doors work by folding upon themselves and then gliding along the track they are fitted into. The secret behind this smooth motion can be found in the bottom section of every door. An intelligently engineered long wheelbase carriage assembly with four wheels moves the doors along the track seamlessly, enabling them to open and close with ease.
The slim line carriage has been designed to ensure a quiet and efficient movement, meaning that with a gentle push, a new living space and panoramic view is revealed
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Available in a wide range of colours
Our Bifold doors come in a vast selection of colours to suit your home perfectly. Make a statement by choosing a bold RAL colour, or keep it classic with Black or White.
Our doors are energy tested and have received bespoke energy rating certificates that are based on expert data from the Build Research Establishment. They have also been accredited by the British Fenestration Ratings Council.