uPVC Bi-fold doors are found on commercial and domestic properties. They are designed to concertina which means they fold up leaving a huge open space to create that open plan feeling and access to your outside living space.
Typically used as a way of accessing your garden and patio, these can be used internally too.
Our range of uPVC B-fold doors are available in an impressive range of colours and styles and offer a range of security benefits but at a lower price range to the Aluminium equivalent ranges
With all our double glazed uPVC bifold doors, they are manufactured and designed bespoke to your exact specifications. This means you can style them exactly how you want them. This also ensures a perfect fit every time and gives you that little extra bit of piece of mind. With a combination of high quality durable materials, along with first class energy performance and security features – there’s no doubt your uPVC bifold doors will enhance your home and last the test of time.
Aluminium bifold doors are a type of door system made from aluminium frames and multiple hinged panels that fold and slide smoothly to one side, creating a wide opening that seamlessly connects indoor and outdoor spaces.
Aluminium bifold doors can be custom-made in various configurations, including the number of panels, folding direction (inward or outward), and the option to have a single access door for daily use without fully opening the whole system.
uPVC bifold doors are versatile and suitable for various applications, including:
Yes, Aluminium bifold doors are particularly well-suited for large openings due to their robust construction and ability to support multiple panels while remaining easy to operate.
Yes, Aluminium bifold doors are versatile and suitable for both residential and commercial use. They are commonly used in homes, restaurants, cafes, offices, and retail spaces to create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor areas.
Yes, Aluminium bifold doors are designed to be weather-resistant. The aluminium frames are treated with protective coatings, making them resistant to moisture, rain, and other weather elements, ensuring their long-lasting performance even in harsh environments.