Bi-Folding Patio Doors

An aluminium or timber bi folding doorset system is an alternative to French or sliding patio doors.

This product can be used in a number of ways to maximise the opening space between the inside and outside of your property. This could be a restaurant, café, commercial building, garden sunroom, conservatory, balcony or pool area in a residential property, the applications are endless.

Sizes

Available in any size starting from 1800mm wide and 1900mm tall.

Multiple door options are also possible to create very wide openings. Doors can also be made to close together on a 90 degrees right angle without a meeting post completely opening the corner of a room onto decking etc.

Finishes
Supplied pre-finished to any solid RAL colour you require in either aluminium or timber. Also available are a wide range of wood stains for timber doors only.

Glass
All double glazing comprises of x2 4mm toughened panes with a 16mm argon filled cavity. The inner pane has a low E coating which reflects heat back into your room. Self cleaning glass is standard and other variations such as anti sun or acoustic laminate glass are available on request. Argon filling the glazing cavity further reduces the U value and retains heat. Saint Gobain Planitherm Glass can be specified.

Ironmongery

All bi-folding doors come complete with secure 3 point locking systems, which operate with a cylinder type key (like a Yale key).

Our expert joinery team will ensure a perfect fit and will work in conjuction with your builder or architect. Providing perfect glass and sight lines, blending your new doors seamlessly into your property. All internal joinery work will be hand crafted on-site making your new doors a stunning addition to your room.

If you require advice on planning etc please contact us and we can help you with the process.

For more information regarding lead times from order to fit and average costs please contact us.

We can supply and fit these bi-folding doors anywhere in Scotland  including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Fife, Perthshire, Ayrshire, Dundee or Aberdeen.