Bifold doors are an attractive and practical addition to conservatories, letting in plenty of natural light and connecting you even more closely with your garden or outdoor space – or, indeed, smoothly connecting the conservatory with the rest of the home. Whatever style of conservatory you have, you are bound to find a bifold door design that fits it perfectly. Here are just some of the different bifold door types and customisations that are available to you.

Bifold doors & conservatories: expert door & window installation guide Glass bifold doors

There are many options for homeowners installing bifold doors in their conservatories. They can feature as many glass panes as you choose, and be adapted to suit the shape and style of your conservatory – whether it has a lean-to, off-the-wall, Victorian or Edwardian design. Your bifold doors can be finished to your specification so that they blend beautifully with the rest of your home. Bifold doors are popular in both uPVC and aluminium frames, and are available in a range of colours such as silver metallic, hipca white, jet black and slate grey, as well as palettes including the Pop Art Collection, the Tuscany Collection and the Hamptons Collection. You can even get different colours for the interiors and exteriors of the bifold door frames, so that you can really personalise the design to suit your style and preferences.

Internal bifold doors

Many homeowners choose to install internal bifold doors between the conservatory and lounge, enabling them to create one large and beautifully bright living space. This way, you don’t have to be sitting in your conservatory to enjoy the views of your garden – you’ll be able to see them from your sofa in the lounge! As well as being an attractive option, internal bifold doors are hugely practical, especially for homes where there’s not a lot of free floor space. As bifold doors fold in on each other, rather than opening outwardly, they are great space savers. When you’re using your conservatory, the doors can be tucked neatly away at the side of the frame so that you can wander in and out of the conservatory freely, as if there are no doors there at all. Then, when you’re finished, you can close them securely – usually drawing a curtain or pulling a blind in front of them, as you would for a normal window.

At Your Price Windows, we supply a wide range of bifold doors available for your home or conservatory (or that of your customer, if you work in the trade). For properties in Sussex, Surrey, London, Kent or Berkshire, contact us today for a free, no-obligation quotation.