Bi-fold doors are the perfect alternative to traditional hinged doors when it comes to separating the various rooms of your house, and our composite internal bi-fold doors are the most versatile and economical choice. Hinged in the centre, the panels slide together on one side to open, making this the ideal solution for narrow entrances, small cloakrooms or restricted spaces around your home.
When open, the folded doors are compact and tucked away, so you don’t lose any of your living space. You can also choose whether your doors open to the left or to the right, and whether they fold towards you or away from you, depending on your space.
Composite doors are particularly durable and hard-wearing as they harness the benefits of a variety of materials. Our composite bi-fold doors are made from Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF), which gives a smooth finish, ready for painting in the colour of your choice if you DIY or we can paint it White for you. This makes it easy for you to match your new internal doors to your existing décor and enjoy a consistent style throughout your interior.
Replacing your internal doors is a great way of refreshing the interior of your home and introducing a certain flow between rooms. For those spaces or openings that require a more creative approach, we have developed a range of adaptable bi-fold doors to suit almost any configuration.
Our internal bi-fold doors offer a practical yet elegant solution for dividing up a room without compromising on space. Whether your opening is too restricted for a traditional hinged door, or whether you just want something a bit more original, you will find the ideal solution in our bi-fold collection. Available in a choice of materials and configurations, you can tailor the design of your doors to your own tastes.
These versatile internal doors are particularly useful for dividing up open plan spaces, whether to reduce noise between rooms, control the temperature throughout your home, or simply add a level of privacy. The beauty of our bi-fold design is that it gives you the flexibility to close off certain areas, without losing the spacious feel of open plan living.