We are at Southall Windows believe that the Bi-fold doors are a very popular choice when you are looking to maximise space and light into your existing home or into your new extension. Continue to read through our bifold doors ultimate guide.
The open-design of your bifold doors can literally open up an entire wall of glass, making a connection of your inside to you outside home. When the bifold doors are closed, the glass offers much bigger views in comparison to a standard window or a standard door.
In our opinion, in smaller properties, bi-folds will make your existing space larger than before in the back of your house because you can see beyond the bi-fold doors through glass.
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How do bifold door work?
Recently the Bifold doors have become a favourite choice with UK homeowners. The bifold doors with large glass allow a lot of light to come into the space, while giving you unprecedented access to the outdoors. The bifold doors have evolved and so they have become more versatile and stronger over the years.
The bifold doors slide along on a runner and it is very easy to open and close an entire bi-fold door in few seconds and without any hassle.
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Strong and Secure bifold door
The bifold doors have multi-point locks and are manufactured in various material such as in uPVC, timber or aluminium. However, at Southall Windows we always recommend Aluminium doors because of their strength and security and cost effectiveness.
They are made in different colour such as Grey, black, white and many more other colours. You can choose from a range of colours availability and dual colours inside/out.
Why choose bifold doors?
Bifold doors fits in all type of house whether you have old space or new extension. These doors have a great way to introduce large expanses of glass into a building. By installing bifold doors you’re simply opening up the back of the house, all that extra light can transform the feel of your home.
If desired you can choose different style of bifold doors. You can split the doors after one pane, and benefit from a single traffic door on one side. You also have the freedom to choose whether the doors stack inside or out.
How Bifold doors blend in?
If you are wondering if you have to have a new extension or a modern home to install the bifold door, but the good news is it is not necessary.
This combination of classic looks and contemporary glazing is an extremely popular way to modernise your home. If you prefer your bi-fold doors to blend in with the rest of the house, simply choose colour of the frames similar to the rest of the house.
Range of bifold doors offered by Southall Windows.