Bi fold doors

When it comes to doors, you want something that will open up space with an aesthetic appeal to complement any home and room. Doors are an important feature and finishing touch, so a considered decision is needed.

With bifolding doors you have class and a modern appeal that can’t be matched by the traditional patio or French designs. Whilst they’re often seen with two panels, there can be more, connected by centralised hinges for ease of operation.

Bifolding door panels are pushed together before being folded to one side, making the most out of space available.

Bifolding door benefits

Bifolding doors create a fantastic room divider and because of their ease of operation combined with aesthetic appeal, they’re surging in popularity.

The benefits of bifolding doors include:

  • Easy to use

The design of bifolding doors is specifically for ease of operation. They fold back to allow extra space in your home and are especially useful for when space is limited. They work extremely well as a replacement for patio or French doors, bringing the outside in.

  • Suitable for conservatories and orangeries

The modern aesthetic appeal that bifolding doors provide makes them perfect for orangeries and conservatories, linking the home and garden. By opening up space as opposed to patio doors, you can bring the outside in and add something different to your home.

  • Fully secure with latest measures

For those thinking bifolding doors look great but wouldn’t provide necessary protection for the property, you couldn’t be further from the truth. With internal beading the glass can’t be ‘popped’ by intruders and with the latest designs such as the multipoint locking mechanism, you’ll have a fully secure application.

  • Range of bifolding styles

With plenty of styles and designs on offer in the bifolding door range, there’s something for everyone. There are many colours and patterns available for you to choose from and attractive looks include the louvered, raised-panel and French ranges.

Bifolding door quotes

Bifolding doors instantly improve your home’s appeal and allow you to choose a style that suits you and your property. By integrating the latest security measures you’ll ensure your home is well protected too.

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Local Bi fold doors Projects

1 Project: 4270mm wide x 2110mm high, 422 configuration, outward opening, double glazed, self cleaning glass, brushed steel handles, trickle vents, short stub cill, including survey and installation Are you the ...
2 Project: 5m or 6m white aluminium bifolds
3 Project: quotation for bifold doors of 7300mm long and 2200mm high.both price for UPVC and Alluminium.
4 Project: Mirrored bifold doors for hall storage (two sets of bifold dooors) and two fitted wardrobes (two sets of bifold doors each, plus one hinge door). Floor to ceiling height. Please provide rough quotes, ...
5 Project: 2400mm wide x 2100 high bi fold doors quote required in hardwood and also aluminium
6 Project: Hi, we are considering getting Bifold patio doors- approx 8-9ft. It would be good to get an idea of costs including install. Many Thanks
7 Project: Quote to replace 3 panel upvc bifold doors.
8 Project: 3600mm wide by 2400 high 4 door aluminium with a 1/3 formation sliding to the right
9 Project: Supply and installation of UPVC bi-fold doors.
10 Project: Hi, I need an aluminum bifold door with integral blinders for my extension kitchen with 2285 mm width and 2080 mm length. Would appreciate your reply Please contact to appoint/quote *
11 Project: Bifold doors. Width approx 2.1m. Some minor building work required to remove the window that is next to the back door. Can supply pics. Would like someone to have a look. Looks like there was a slidin...
12 Project: 1. Bifold doors - 4270W x 2110H mm , 4 pane (4-3-1 config), RAL black, black hinges, chrome/ brushed handles, low threshold. 2. Sliding doors 1680W x 2050H mm , 2 pane (one fixed), RAL black, chrom...
13 Project: 2.7M 3 pane bifold aluminium grey, and building work to open up wall Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Where would you like your bifold door: External What...
14 Project: External bifolds about 240 wide in 3 downstairs rooms at rear of house. Convert 2 windows to opening for doors.
15 Project: New sun room
16 Project: Supply and fit 4 x 1000 bifold doors including frame aluminium Supply and fit 1 x window 2150 width 900m length double glazed I
17 Project: new back door
18 Project: Remove 2 x 180cm width patio doors. Replace with continuous bi-fold doors over a total width of 649cm. Possibly also remove an internal stud partition wall and install RSJ to support ceiling. Are you...
19 Project: Bifold patio doors 4.200x2.100 green on white Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached Where would you like your bifold door: Internal What level of service do you req...
20 Project: Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Additional Quotes for Bifold Doors: Yes What level of service do you require: Supply and install Please call to appoint

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Bi fold doors Projects in the UK in August 2019

July 2019 June / July
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South East 6,480 42% <img src=
North West 3,320 10% <img src=
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Western Midlands 2,850 27% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 2,760 39% <img src=
East Midlands 2,429 28% <img src=
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East Of England 2,160 25% <img src=
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United Kingdom 35,632 34%

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