SLIDING BI-FOLD DOORS – Aluminium
Our Sliding Bi-Fold doors aluminium is an alternative to our PVCu Bi-Fold door range. Some of the benefits being their thermal efficiency, strength and durability. The system is built up using a frame in which moveable parts or elements are placed in such a way that it is possible to fold the elements to the left or right. Bi-folding doors can replace an existing patio or french door and can also be used as conservatory doors, sunroom doors, garden office doors and open-up swimming pool enclosures. In fact folding doors can be installed almost anywhere where you require a clear, wide access to your patio or garden.
• A large amount of combinations are possible with or without a walk-through door.
• Choice between a high or low sill profile
• Finishes of Polyester powder coat paint to BS6496 in a wide choice of colours.
• Glazing: from 4 to 37 mm, k-value: 3.11 W/m²K.
• In the folding elements you can place another sash (e.g. top-hung window).
• Key operated locking handles.
• Built-in depth: outer frame 78 mm, sash 70 mm.
Bifold doors overlay back against themselves, concertina-style. Regularly, somewhere in the range of two and seven boards are associated by pivots and run along a covered track on the floor or roof or both. Though sliding entryways will in general be made of at least two huge sheets of glass which slide sideways to the finish of an edge. One key contrast is a sliding entryway doesn’t extend outwards while a bifold entryway will require space for the boards to be stacked to the other side. The significant bit of leeway of bi-overlay entryways is they can be collapsed directly back, for the most part opening up one divider to your porch and nursery. This can add wow factor to your home with a streaming indoor-open air space. Traditional sliding entryways, then again, can typically just open to one side or right – around 65 percent. Pocket entryways can help. These are glass entryways that slide into shrouded pockets inside outer dividers to open a bigger region. The drawback is diminished cavity divider protection. Recollect with the British climate, there may not be numerous chances to completely open bifold entryways notwithstanding being the most blazing summer on record!