Internal bifold doors, or concertina doors as they're often called, contain a series of large vertical glass panels that fold all the way back to the door frame.
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If you're looking to update your living space with new internal doors, then internal bifold doors could be the one for you. Perfect for maximising natural light between rooms, they're a practical, space saving option that gives you the flexibility to configure your living space exactly how you want to.
Want to know more about our range? We offer 3 main types of internal folding doors - the Roomfold Standard, the Roomfold Deluxe, and the Roomfold Grande.
The Roomfold Standard Range: The Roomfold Standard range is a top-hung internal folding door system with no base track or threshold, and is supplied with; doors, unfinished frame as standard, head track, running gear and hinges. It does however exclude handle/latch and flush bolts, allowing you to choose your own to suit your tastes. This system allows through flooring to be installed with no break.
The Roomfold Deluxe Range: The Roomfold Deluxe range is also a top-hung internal bifold door system, but there is a much wider variety of panel sizes and width options available. These internal bi-folding door sets are offered complete with; finished frame; head track; low-level base track and threshold; stainless steel hinges and hinge handles and brushed stainless steel drop bolts. The only item you need to purchase is the handle/latch, where most people want to match existing ironmongery.
The Roomfold Grande Range: The Grande range of interior bifold doors includes the benefits of both the standard and the deluxe ranges, whilst being available in a huge range of sizes and is designed with no base tracks. The Grande range is ideal for installing over existing floor coverings like tiling or parquet flooring.
The French Folding Range: French folding doors are the perfect choice if you want to enjoy the benefits of both traditional internal French doors and bifold doors in your home. With a French folding door, you can either open them in the middle, like a French door, or use the sliders to fold them back like a bifold door.
Once these internal bifold doors are installed the low-level threshold aligns with most existing finished floor levels so you have little or no step, and these sets offer a higher level of rigidity when closed in a screen.
An added benefit of the Roomfold Deluxe over most other standard internal folding door systems is that door panels up to 762mm wide can be used giving you large glass panes, and large opening doors.
If you have any specific requirements on size, please don’t hesitate to call as most of our sets are joinery products meaning that they can be modified in height and width. These products should be installed by a joiner or professional DIYer to achieve the best product performance. Please ensure any unfinished internal folding doors are suitably stored and decorated before installation.
If you'd like to continue the bifold look throughout your whole home, don't forget to check out the rest of our bifold doors range. Our huge selection of external bifold doors are a great choice when you want to bring your inside and outside living space together and create a seamless transition between the two.
Questions about Internal Bifold Doors
Interior bifold doors are also known as concertina doors, or accordion doors, because they open and close like an accordion, with the panels folding back on themselves. This makes them great space savers, as well as stylish additions to your home. Internal bifold doors are an easy, attractive way of boosting natural light within your home and utilising room space.
Interior bifold doors can be used for multiple purposes. If you are short on space, their folding style is a great way to separate rooms without having to worry about the width of the door once opened. They are also a great way of creating space. A lot of people use folding glass doors as partitions to divide smaller rooms into two. For example, if you’ve always wanted a dining room but simply don’t have space in your house, some people may opt to divide their kitchen with interior folding doors. The transparency of the glazed doors can also make rooms feel much larger than they actually are.
Internal bifold doors are a flexible way of transforming the interior of your home. If you were to put up a wall between two rooms there’s not a lot you can do about it afterwards. Choosing an option like solid internal bifold doors means they can be folded back towards the wall so you can open up or close off space completely whenever you feel it necessary.
There are multiple styles of internal bifold door, so if you want to completely separate the rooms you can opt for solid doors or doors with frosted windows. Choosing an internal bifold door with glass can allow you to let more light into your room, whilst still maintaining your privacy. If you like the look of French doors but want the flexiblity of bifold doors, we also offer a range of internal French folding doors which offer the best of both worlds. The style choice will depend on your personal preference but we're certain you will be able to find everything you need in our extensive internal bifold door range.
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