With spring just under a month away many homeowners will be keen to make the most of their outdoor spaces. And with space at a premium in many homes timber bi-fold doors are a great option for bringing indoor and outdoor spaces together. This creates a large area where homeowners can entertain guests or simply make the most of their free time.
Here are just a few reasons why timber bi-fold doors are an ideal choice for your home.
Creating a natural flow between your home and garden
If your home is already open plan then timber bi fold doors are a great way to continue this concept. As well as the door’s glass panels allowing more light to flood into a room, their expert design means that they can be partially open, completely open or completely closed. This offers homeowners the flexibility to change the aperture of the doors according to their changing needs.
A design that perfectly suits your needs
As every home is different it is important that your bi fold doors perfectly suit your needs. At The Sash Window Workshop our wooden bi-fold doors are made to order by craftsmen, creating an individual design that matches your required dimensions and complements the interior style of your home.
With our extensive guarantee, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of your timber bi-fold doors for many years to come.
Durable in all weather conditions
While you may only make the most of your bi-fold doors in the warmer months, or when the UK has an unseasonably sunny spell, you can be assured that your bi-fold doors with remain in pristine conditions through the seasons.
As well as applying a minimum of three factory-applied coats of paint, we also utilise hard-wearing Accoya™ or European Oak when fashioning your doors.
And even in the colder months your bi-fold doors will continue to serve you well with the way in which our doors are glazed helping to minimise heat loss. This feature will prove invaluable when you consider the fact that old, ill-fitting doors can be responsible for as much as 20% of heat loss in a period property.