Fitting an Internal Bifold
We’re always happy to help here at Distinctive Doors, which is why we’ve created a step-by-step guide and instructional video to help you fit your internal bifold doors with ease. Take a look at our internal bifolds range to see what we have to offer.
Along with the fittings included in your packet, you will need
- A mallet.
- A pencil.
- A flat blade screwdriver.
- A PZ2 screwdriver.
- A tape measure.
- A combination square.
- A 3mm (0.1") (0.1") pilot bit.
- A PZ2 cordless screwdriver, but this is optional as it can also be done by hand.
Fit the top track to the frame head with the front of the track on the marks you made using the dome head screws supplied.
You may need to temporarily move the stop in order to access the holes in the track for the screws.
Mount the bottom pivot bracket to the frame floor. Ensure the pivot bracket hole is directly below the pivot in the top track.
Insert the bottom fixed pivot in the pre-drilled holes in the bottom of the door. Be sure to orientate the doors correctly so that they open as desired.
Position the bottom fixed pivot in the bottom pivot bracket. Then using the spring action, insert the top pivot into the top pivot bracket in the track.
- Download our How to Fit an Internal Bifold Downloadable Help Guide for easy assistance wherever you are.