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Why choose Timber?
Here’s why bespoke timber bifolding doors are the perfect choice when you want to keep things traditional.
10 year guarantee
All of our bespoke timber bifolding doors come with a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty, giving you ultimate peace of mind.
Unparalleled thermal efficiency
With glass u-values as low as 1.0, our timber bifolding doors have some of the best thermal ratings of any bifold.
Transform your home with a timber bifolding door
Bring the outside in with a bespoke timber bifolding door from Bifolding Doors Online. Transform your kitchen or dining area to create a flawless opening to the outside, producing a modern and alluring living space you and your family will be certain to enjoy.
Not sure what style of bifolding door would be best for your home? Get in touch with us today to speak with one of our friendly team who will advise you on which is the best bifold for your needs.
Keeping the weather out
The thermal efficiency of our timber bifolding doors has been guaranteed by the elimination of cold bridging, achieved by isolating of the external profiles from the internal ones. Combined with high performance glazing, the bifold’s ability to reduce heat transfer is in a class of its own.
Stress-free bifold shopping
Free UK delivery
No hidden fees or costs
Completely bespoke and made to measure
10-year manufacturer’s guarantee
Timber – beautifully traditional
All of our timber bifolding doors can be made up to 6 metres wide and 2.5 metres high in a configuration as large as 7 leaves wide. We can supply these doors with a traffic door too, so the property and garden can be accessed without opening all the doors at once.
Attention to detail
All timber bifold doors have the option of either low thresholds for unimpeded, easy access, or rebated thresholds that offer improved weather resistance.
A range of colours
Our standard timber doors come in natural finish or can be stained to your desired finish. As these bifolds are all made to order, we can effectively build them to your exact desires.
We also supply aluminium bifolding door in any bespoke colour of your choice. Simply find out its RAL or BS code and call us on 0845 139 0329.
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Our most frequently asked questions regarding aluminium, PVCu, and timber bifolding doors all in one handy place. If there's anything you still need to know, give our friendly team a call.
What is a u-value?
The U-value of a product measures how effective its insulation properties are. The lower the U-value, the better the insulation. As a guide, a standard double-glazed window typically has a U-value of 2.8 W/m². Our super insulating units achieve a U-value of 1 W/m².
What is the largest bifolding door you make?
Our aluminium and PVCu bifolding doors can have leaves as wide as 1200mm and 2500mm high. We can effectively manufacture as large a bifold as you would wish by adding in support in the form of floating mullions to the door.
How long until my bifolding door is delivered?
Aluminium and PVCu bifolding doors are usually delivered to your site within 10 - 15 working days, however this can sometimes be longer depending on manufacturing load and delivery schedules. Please be advised that glass may occasionally arrive a day or two after the frame.
What are your payment terms?
Payment terms for normal orders are strictly pro-forma, using Visa, Mastercard, bank transfer, or Paypal.
What is a thermal break?
A thermal break is a material with low thermal conductivity that is placed between two different conductive materials. Its job is to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy. In our products, these thermal breaks include resin, silicone and styrofoam, which separate the conductive aluminium components to provide superb thermal insulation.
What is the maximum width of a bifold leaf?
We can produce bifolds with a maximum leaf size of 1200mm.
How do I get a price?
Simply visit the relevant product page and choose your bifold's required sizes for an instant price.
What sizes should I measure?
The measurement we work from is the brick-to-brick size of the opening.