Rother Satin Glazed Oak Bi-Fold Door
To suit aperture height of 1981mm (78"). The actual height of the doors is ~1936mm (76.2") to allow for the tracking system between the door and the frame.
The Rother Satin Glazed Oak Bi-Fold Door is an alternative version of a single full pane door.
Designed to give your home a fresh modern appeal, it folds in the centre which is ideal for use in tight spaces and on cupboards or under-stairs areas etc. It has two flat, Satin toughened glass panes with non raised Ovolo mouldings and a simple surrounding border.
This Bifold matches nicely with doors such as the Maidenborough Oak 4 Panel Door.
We buy the track and fittings kit from a 3rd party manufacturer. As standard they include a quite cheap looking plastic cupboard door knob. We highly recommend that you consider purchasing something a little more attractive and better quality.
- Supplied With Toughened Obscure Satin Glass Pre-fitted.
- Satin Glass Is A Totally White, Obscure Effect. Please Note That Objects Close To The Glass May Be Seen Through The Glass But Objects Further Away Are Obscured.
- Top Tracking System Included
N.B. Note: The sizes shown are the standard door size apertures these bifold doors are designed to fit into, not the overall size of the door itself. The doors are smaller to allow for fitting of the track kit and pivot system. The actual height of the doors is ~1936mm (76.2"). The actual width of the doors varies dependent on selection, and does not allow for the standard size door clearance e.g. 762mm (30") standard door requires approx. 6mm (¼") aperture clearance = approx. 768mm (30¼") door aperture. The width clearance we have pre-allowed is approx. 4 mm.
Check out our Fitting An Internal BiFold Door Help page for guidance with fitting your internal bifolds.
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Non of our doors are made from solid timber. They are all engineered and veneered. Click here to view modern construction methods to enable sustainability along with producing a more durable and stable product.