Performance Timber Bi-fold Doors

Dale Performance Timber Doors


Our bi-fold doors provide a highly versatile solution to open up space between house and garden. Doors stack neatly to the inside or outside in a wide range of configurations and can span an aperture of up to nine meters in width. Depending on-site conditions, a flush track may be added to form an unobstructed walkway.

Importantly,each door leaf is supported at both the top and the bottom of the sash providing stability in use and longevity of performance

Features include high security multi-point locking mechanisms, security glazing, anti-lift out devices, and high performance paint coatings which provide maximum protection for minimal maintenance.

The bi-folds are made to measure and factory painted in a wide choice of colours to perfectly complement your interior and exterior design.

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Corsham Office – 01225 811 411 / Liverpool Office – 0151 531 1052

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Dale Performance Timber Doors

Entrance doors are available, made to measure, in twelve different styles and may be enhanced with a range of feature glass modelled on authentic Victorian glazing motifs. A wide range of traditional shades, or rich bold colours such as moss green, steel blue and Ruby red is available. Multiple colours can be combined on the same door, enabling the inside face to be suited to your interior decor. Ironmongery can be added as required including spy holes, letter plates, knockers and security chains. Double opening French pairs can be made to open in or out as best suits your room layout and will suit both traditional and contemporary schemes.
All doors are hung on robust hinges and are fitted with modern, high security, multi point locking mechanisms. We are also able to provide door sets that comply with Document "M" Mobility Access regulations.