Open up your home with bi-fold doors

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - DIYLIVING -

Typ­i­cally made of wood, UPVC or alu­minium, bi-fold doors con­sist of three or more pa­tio doors that fold back on them­selves and sit flat against one or both walls, of­ten with a sep­a­rate, ‘lead’ door. They look most im­pres­sive when they span a whole wall or walls – which means when the weather’s nice, you can fold them back to open up an in­door­sout­doors room. bi-fold doors, but there are ex­cep­tions so do check. If your home is listed, you’ll need listed build­ing con­sent from your lo­cal coun­cil to fit bi-fold doors, and if you live in a lease­hold flat or house, you may need the free­holder’s per­mis­sion.

Bi-fold doors in a home and, right, a builder in­stalling sim­i­lar doors

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