Selhurst bi fold doors

Selhurst Bi Folding Glass Doors are the perfect choice for opening up any living space to achieve aesthetically pleasing unobstructed views into the outside surroundings. Commonly used on conservatory products, bi-fold doors in Selhurst  are fast becoming the first choice for homeowners wishing to achieve the above.

Utilising fully glazed sashes, bi fold doors can provide a large proportion of their unobstructed views even when closed. Large glazed panes on bi folds help to enhance the lighting aspect of a range of rooms in your home, use them to bring light to your living room, dining room or conservatory.

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Bi-fold doors are not only aesthetically pleasing but also highly versatile. With the ability to effortlessly sweep aside whole walls in a matter of seconds, bi fold doors Selhurst can open up any room to embrace the great outdoors.

This style of door can be manufactured in either an inward or outward opening style combining various numbers of panes which neatly fold either internally or externally. The folded panes take up very little room when fully open making them the ideal choice for restaurants, cafes and bars.

Bi-Folding Doors - The Benefits of Using Them

Overview - Clearly bifolding doors are not a cheap alternative to the traditional sliding door, but what are the real gains in making the extra investment. The most apparent is the fact that folding sliding doors are fully retractable. The commonly known French door is just a permutation of a bifolding door and most bifolding door manufacturers will be able to make their system into a french door. A French door is a double pane system which opens in the middle so the both leafs are fully open and set at right angles to the track. They have been very popular over the years and can allow for an elegant opening mechanism with great clear glass views. Please find the strengths and weaknesses of the bifolding door below.

Bifolding Door - Strengths

Fully retractable door panels

Choice of Aluminium and UPVC frames

Up to 10 metres wide

Add value to any home

Choice of over 400 RAL colours (Aluminium frames)

Up to 40 opening options

Well tested and regulated products


Bifolding Door - Weaknesses

More expensive than traditional alternative

UPVC frames can contract due to weather conditions

Must be installed with precision

UPVC frames are weak and are not capable of reaching widths more than 6 metres

bi fold doors

Bi Folding Glass Doors are the perfect choice for opening up any living space to achieve aesthetically pleasing unobstructed views into the outside surroundings. Commonly used on conservatory products, bi-fold doors are fast becoming the first choice for homeowners wishing to achieve the above.

Utilising fully glazed sashes, bi fold doors can provide a large proportion of their unobstructed views even when closed. Large glazed panes on bi folds help to enhance the lighting aspect of a range of rooms in your home, use them to bring light to your living room, dining room or conservatory.

Bi-fold doors are not only aesthetically pleasing but also highly versatile. With the ability to effortlessly sweep aside whole walls in a matter of seconds, bi fold doors can open up any room to embrace the great outdoors.

This style of door can be manufactured in either an inward or outward opening style combining various numbers of panes which neatly fold either internally or externally. The folded panes take up very little room when fully open making them the ideal choice for restaurants, cafes and bars.

With the ability to be installed as either external or internal doors, bi folding doors are also ideal for office partitions, hotels and schools to maximise the efficient use of what may be a limited space opportunity.

Bi folding glass doors can be manufactured using either a timber of pvcu frame. Timber bi folding doors are generally a more bespoke solution than their pvcu alternatives.

Both timber and pvcu folding glass doors can be finished in a wide variety of standard colours and can more often than not be matched to any RAL colour you specify. This allows for bi folding glass doors to be integrated with existing window and door products, preserving the aesthetics of any property.

How to Buy a Bifold Door

Bi Folding Glass Doors are the perfect choice for opening up any living space to achieve aesthetically pleasing unobstructed views into the outside surroundings. Commonly used on conservatory products, bi-fold doors are fast becoming the first choice for homeowners wishing to achieve the above.

Utilising fully glazed sashes, bi fold doors can provide a large proportion of their unobstructed views even when closed. Large glazed panes on bi folds help to enhance the lighting aspect of a range of rooms in your home, use them to bring light to your living room, dining room or conservatory.

Bi-fold doors are not only aesthetically pleasing but also highly versatile. With the ability to effortlessly sweep aside whole walls in a matter of seconds, bi fold doors can open up any room to embrace the great outdoors.

This style of door can be manufactured in either an inward or outward opening style combining various numbers of panes which neatly fold either internally or externally. The folded panes take up very little room when fully open making them the ideal choice for restaurants, cafes and bars.

With the ability to be installed as either external or internal doors, bi folding doors are also ideal for office partitions, hotels and schools to maximise the efficient use of what may be a limited space opportunity.

Bi folding glass doors can be manufactured using either a timber of pvcu frame. Timber bi folding doors are generally a more bespoke solution than their pvcu alternatives.

Both timber and pvcu folding glass doors can be finished in a wide variety of standard colours and can more often than not be matched to any RAL colour you specify. This allows for bi folding glass doors to be integrated with existing window and door products, preserving the aesthetics of any property.

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A bifold door is a door that has multiple sections, folding in pairs. The doors can be opened from either side for one pair, or fold off both sides for two pairs. Wood is the most widely used material, and doors may also be made of metal or glass. Bifolds are usually designed for closets, but may also be used as passageways between rooms. They are a great asset to any home or apartment and drastically enhance the light in the room.

There are many different kinds of bifold doors currently on the market. Arguably the most popular is the louvered door. A louvered door has stationary or movable wooden panels (often called slats or louvers) which permit open ventilation while allowing privacy and blocking the passage of light inside. Being moderately weak structures, they are generally used for laundry rooms and closets, where effective is required. Smaller louvered bifold doors are also commonly used to form window shutters in most homes and businesses.

Other popular ones are mirrored. These are most common in bedrooms and bathrooms of the home. Mirrored bifolds may act as full-bodied mirrors, and that is one of the traits that makes them common in the wardrobe. Another popular one is the raised-panel bifold. These doors are the work of fine craftsmanship and have a very elegant look. The raised panel is achieved on these doors by sawing or etching designs into the wood of the doors that give them a "raised" look. These are commonly installed in bedrooms, kitchens and pantires.


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