What are Roomfold Standard Internal Bifold Doors
These sets are offered for structural widths from 1681mm wide with 3 doors, through to 4188mmmm wide 6 door systems.
These sets come with unfinished frame, head track, running gear and hinges and pre glazed doors as standard.
Internal bifold doors (also called internal folding doors, internal sliding doors or concertina doors) are fantastically flexible. They allow you to create an open plan living space that can be divided into smaller spaces if necessary. You get the best of both worlds! Our wooden interior folding doors are designed to give a feeling of warmth and cosiness. Fitted with clear or frosted glass panels, they allow natural light to flow throughout your home.
Internal bifold doors are interior doors that fold back panel by panel, rather than opening out on a standard hinge. Despite the name, many of them actually have more than two panels. Depending on the size of the opening, you may have three or four! Internal bifold doors are fantastic for creating a seamless flow between rooms, really letting you open up your space.
We are delighted to offer a wide range of designer oak internal bifold doors for you to choose from. Whatever the style of your home, we’re sure that there’s an internal bi-fold doors system for you. From Roomfold Standard to Roomfold Deluxe folding internal doors, we’ve a variety of traditional and modern styles. You really are spoiled for choice!
Open Plan Living
If you have limited space in your home or you want to create storage space or division between open plan rooms, internal folding partition doors are for you. They act as stylish and contemporary room dividers. Their glass panes provide an unobstructed view whilst also creating clear spaces with privacy and sound-proofing. Open them up for spacious living and easy access, and close to create interior partitions or ‘zones’. Use them in combination with sidelights to create a “wall” of windows and really let light flow through.
Folding Door Hardware & Accessories
Our bi folding internal doors are supplied complete with frame, track and running gear, all in an easy to assemble kit for quick installation. As there's no base guide on the NUVU Roomfold, and a low-level base guide on the Climadoor Roomfold Deluxe you can enjoy a wider choice of frame sizes and door panel sizes. When it comes to door furniture, we supply our bifold interior doors without door handles and drop bolts so that you can match them to the existing handles on your current doors and windows.
Choice of Finishes
Timber is our specialty, so you can be assured that our oak and white primed bifolding doors options are of the highest quality. Choose from pre-finished or unfinished to suit your budget and requirements. Whether you opt for a pre-finished or primed door system, the frames are always supplied in unfinished oak veneer or oak foil. This allows you to choose the right paint colours or finish to match your existing skirtings and architraves.
Glass-Paned Folding Concertina Doors
One of the reasons so many people opt for installing interior bifold door sets is their glazing. Clear panels provide an unobstructed view throughout your home whilst frosted allow light flow while also protecting your privacy. These concertina style folding doors are popular for kitchen, office, living room and dining areas but internal glazed bifold doors can also be installed in bathrooms and bedrooms. So, if you’re looking for a new internal door that’ll add a touch of class, elegance and plenty of natural light to your home, look no further!
If the outside of your home could do with a face-lift too, why not check out our range of external bifold doors online?
Help, Tips & Advice
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