Our range of premium sliding doors in Weston Super Mare offer high performance complimented by stunning design, adding a modern and stylish look to your home, opening your living space to the outside.
Combining unique system design with a range of configurations, they will enhance your home whilst keeping the weather at bay.
Our customers are often torn between Bifolds doors and Sliding doors. By talking to us and discussing your project we can discuss the pro’s and con’s to both options to make sure you end up with with the right product for you.
The Visoglide Plus minimum sash widths are 700mm with a maximum sash width being 3189 mm Maximum frame size of 6400mm x 2500mm. Dual Track Frame Thickness from 99mm. Triple Track Frame Thickness from 166mm Overall U-value from 1.6 W/m².K
One of the driving factors for purchasing Bifold Doors is to have lovely big areas of glass, to bring light into your home.
If you are building a new extension, the obvious benefits of bifolding or even sliding doors will be as clear as the glass, your new extension is flooded with light.
If your extension also comprises a roof lantern, you will benefit even more.
Within our quote tool for Bifold Doors we have limited the choice to 1.2 toughened double glazing or integral blinds.
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Bifold door sash styles
The majority of our doors can be made up to 2500mm high and 6400mm wide although we do work with some manufacturers that can go beyond this.
The answer to this is they are both superb products, but which one is right for your project is personal. Our customers tend to buy sliding doors for when they are closed and bifolds for when they are open. Whilst large panes of glass on sliding doors look fabulous you do need to factor logistics such as taking delivery and the fitting of big panes of glass.
Yes you can depending on the size of the glass. The majority of customers are often looking for large expansive panes of glass with their sliding doors, but this can often mean that they are then too big to take integral blind units.