Folding sliding doors
Bi-folding doors (folding sliding doors) are available from Sunfold Systems as either timber, composite or aluminium bi fold doors. With excellent design and technological advancements, our doors can transform the architecture of any exterior or interior, creating both additional space and light when closed and alfresco living when open. External doors are perfect for those warm summer days; for added light and warmth during the winter months and (as completely bespoke) are available in a number of configurations, colours and finishes to suit all tastes.
Quality is included in every detail. We've incorporated special features across our range including: effortless opening and closing; slim sight-lines for a fuller glazed effect; safety gasket cushioning for finger protection; high security locks; flush and fully weathered track options; and anodised aluminium hinges to help prevent corrosion.Brochure Stock List
Aluminium folding sliding door systems designed with the highest quality materials and to customer's exact specification. Sunfold Systems’ aluminium bi folding door range will suit any residential or commercial setting, and is available with a number of features and in a range of colours and finishes.
Composite folding sliding doors with aluminium cladding to the outside and a solid section of timber to the inside creating composite bifold door panels. Sunfold Systems’ combination of aluminium and timber folding range is designed to suit any residential or commercial setting.
Timber folding sliding doors designed to the highest specification as hardwood durable doors. Sunfold Systems’ wooden folding doors offer the natural and traditional benefits of timber available in oak, teak and mahogany and with additional features and security options to suit its surroundings.
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