Roomfold Grande Internal Folding Sliding Doors in Oak
Roomfold Grande internal folding door systems, with adjustable high grade stainless steel hardware and no tracking at floor level for openings up to 4000mm wide.
Designed for those looking for that extra touch of class, and with more door opening options than many of our other ranges. The Roomfold Grande internal bifold doors system offers you superb looks in a wide range of styles and glazing patterns, using solid core engineered doors either fully finished (prefinished), unfinished, or solid core white primed.
Roomfold Grande internal sliding doors are supplied in flat pack kit form with some of the highest grade adjustable stainless steel hardware around. You’ll also get the frame lining (133mm depth) head track, hinges and running gear included.
These exquisite bifold door systems have no track at floor level, allowing for ease of installation without affecting your existing floors, and giving you a seamless flow between rooms. The Roomfold makes it easy to create one single open space, or separate spaces, wherever needed. And there’s no need to worry about safety if you’ve got children or pets in the house – Roomfold Grande internal folding doors come with toughened safety glass (clear or frosted) in either single solid or multi-panel options.
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Designed for those looking for that extra touch of class, and with more door opening options than many of our other ranges. The Roomfold Grande internal folding sliding door system offers you superb looks, in a wide range of styles and glazing patterns, using solid core engineered doors either fully finished ( prefinished ), unfinished, or solid core white primed.
Supplied in flat pack kit form, with adjustable stainless steel hardware, with doors, frame lining ( 133mm depth ) head track, hinges and running gear, these exquisite internal bifold doors systems look great, giving you seemless flooring runs between rooms to create that big open space when required, but also allowing you to close off when required.
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