The Express Doors Direct Interior Bifold Doors Range
Internal bifold doors allow you to embrace flexible living. Enjoy the benefits of open-plan living, or create smaller rooms with a sense of intimacy. Bi-fold doors are a great alternative to French doors when you want to introduce light into your home. Their sliding panels allow you to open up a whole area of the home when you need to.
Our internal bifold doors or, as they are also known, roomfold doors are an attractive way to transform your home. With sizes ranging from 1.2m (1200 mm) all the way up to 4.2 metres (4200 mm) in width, there’s a simple solution for every home. Our interior bifold doors operate on a top hung system. There’s no need to install an unsightly bottom track along the floor. Instead, the mechanics are tucked away. This ensures a seamless finish from one room to the other.
Our internal bi-fold doors come in an easy-to-assemble kit. This includes a frame pack, hinges, running hardware and head track. Our frame pack comes in unfinished oak so you can match it to your skirting and architraves. Our internal doors are available unfinished, pre-finished, and white primed. Unfinished bifold doors are ideal for those who want to add their own finishing touches. Paint or stain them in whatever shade, colour, or finish you desire to compliment your existing décor.
Pre-finished bifold doors are perfect for those who want minimal fuss. These sliding doors are treated and finished, and just need fitting.
White-primed internal bifold doors are finished with a pristine white primer. These internal doors can be finished off with a lick of paint, or hung as they are for a bright and contemporary look.
From solid Oak to oak veneer and even pine, you can choose from softwood or hardwood. Whilst real Oak or Pine are beautiful, you can achieve the same look with engineered internal doors too. These will offer benefits like better energy efficiency.
When it comes to your folding doors, you can choose from either clear or frosted glazing. Clear glazing allows a clear field of vision and plenty of light to flow from space to space. Frosted glass is a popular choice for separating living spaces from other communal areas. It allows a gentle diffusion of light to filter from room to room, but also offers a level of privacy when the doors are closed.