Benefits of bi-fold doors
Summer is almost upon us, making it the perfect time for homeowners to consider making larger home improvements. With the warmer weather around, making the most of your outdoor space is often one of the first areas looked at.
But what home improvement provides the greatest value for homeowners both for their properties value and their quality of life? In this article, we’ll be making the case for bi-fold doors, which we believe to be one of the most efficient ways to bring new life to your home.
Bi-fold doors offer more usability and access to outdoor and indoor spaces than any other door type. Allowing for full open and closure along their entire width. They can also be configured to have incredibly low thresholds, allowing for easy exit and entry.
Year round comfort is a breeze with bi-fold doors. It’s often a misconception that a large amount of glass will cause too much heat to be trapped in the warm summer months. However, the versatile bi-fold door combats this by providing the greatest amount of open space for cool air to enter your home.
The modern contemporary style of a bi-fold door and the vast amount of sunlight it provides your home with can make any room feel brand new. Another aspect of this is the greater view bi-fold doors provide of your outdoor space.
If you have an outdoor patio area, bi-fold doors also give you a greater usable space overall. Although there are many benefits in investing, when compared to french doors, the slim profile of bi-fold doors come out on top as the greatest way to enhance the feel of a home as well as providing more room.
As with anything, homeowners like to feel as though their home and the things they fill them with match their style. The bifold door is highly customizable allowing for a wide range of colours, trimmings and glass type to suit anybody’s needs.
Take the Liniar uPVC bi-fold door as an example, available in a fantastic range of colours, glass choices and a wide range of hardware types. You can also choose the fold configuration to maximise utility even further.
Like all TruFrame uPVC products maintenance is a breeze. All that’s required is an occasional wash down to prevent a buildup of dirt.
TruFrame bi-folding doors combine market-leading Liniar frame design with world-renowned Yale locking systems to offer supreme security. The slim profile masks hardware within its frame. Not only does ensure the beautiful, sleek lines are maintained, maximising your view of the outdoors; but it also makes forced entry from outside almost impossible, as no hardware is visible.
You can count on the Liniar uPVC sliding door to protect your property and the people within.
If you would like more information on becoming a trusted TruFrame Liniar supplier, or joining the Double Glazing Network to receive double glazing quotes, get in touch with our team today.
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