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Further information about Internal Bi-Fold Doors
Internal Bi-fold doors: Glazed or solid panels
We offer a wide range of internal bifold doors to perfectly suit your homes needs. As well as being space-saving, our bifold doors can brighten up your room with glazing or help you maintain your privacy with solid panels.
Glazing options for your bifold doors
We offer both clear glass and frosted glass options across our internal bifold doors range. Some customers prefer frosted glass as it gives the privacy of a solid bifold door, like the Repute Primed Frosted internal bi-fold door. Frosted glass doesn't let in as much natural light as clear glazing, but it will still help your room feel brighter and airier.
Clear glazing options, like the Vision Primed internal bi-fold door, let in lots of natural light and will help your space feel bigger, even when the doors are closed.
Solid panel options for your bifold doors
While, traditionally, bifold doors make use of large glass panels, some customers prefer a solid bifold door, such as the Vision Primed 4 Panel. This gives you more privacy when you require it with the option to open your living space when you want to.
Internal Bi-fold Doors: Unfinished, Primed & Pre-Finished
Depending on how much additional time you want to spend on your internal bi-fold door, our doors are available in a range of finishes.
Unfinished internal doors
Unfinished internal doors, like the Repute Unfinished 4 Light, has no lacquer or paint. The wood is completely bare, ready for you to add your own finish too. They're excellent if you have a very specific colour scheme you want to use in your living room, or wherever you hang your new internal bi-fold door.
White Primed internal doors
You can also choose white primed bi-fold doors, like the Repute Primed 4 Light, which are professionally primed so you can finish painting them at home. This gives you an even coat on which you can add your finishing colour.
Pre-finished internal doors
A pre-finished bi-fold door is ready to be hanged as soon as it's delivered like the Vision Finished 4 Light. These offer the most convenience but the least flexibility on colour.
Top Hung Vs Top and Bottom track: Which style of internal bifold doors is better?
There are two ways to hang your bi-fold doors.
Top track only bi-folding doors only have a track along the top of the door frame, which your bi-folding doors will use to open and close. This style of hanging is preferred by many because it allows you to have seamless flooring between rooms.
Top and bottom track systems will have a track along the top and bottom of your internal bi-folding doors. While this means you can't have seamless flooring between rooms, it does offer more stability for your folding doors.
What other types of internal doors are there?
Internal bifold doors are incredibly popular as thanks to their concertina doors folding method, they're great at space-saving and look incredible. However, you may be wondering what other kinds of internal folding doors there are!
For homes that love the look of a traditional french door but need to prioritising space, you should explore our folding french doors. French folding door sets are able to fold back a full 180 degrees when opened so they can sit flush against the wall.
For a more traditional design, we offer many french doors. French doors have maintained their popularity for their timeless style.
We also have many traditional internal single doors. Our entire range is designed to complement our french and bi-fold doors.
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