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What is the difference between bifold doors and patio doors?

Both doors usually lead onto the garden, and consist of multiple large panes of glass which layer over each other. The difference is that the glazed panels of bifold doors fold over each other and stack up, in a concertina style. Patio doors, however, slide over each other via tracks. This helps them to stow away neatly and take up very little floor space.

As a family-run business, we want our customers to enjoy where they live as much as possible. Patio doors provides this enjoyment inside and out. On the interior, patio doors create a sleek, minimalist effect that’s perfect for modern homes. On the exterior, they help to create a great social space for hosting barbecues in the Summer. No matter where you live in South West, a new set of patio doors will make a wonderful addition to your garden.

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  • Glazing

    We source the highest quality glass to ensure that your patio doors are as thermally efficient as possible. With U-values as low as 0.8 W/m²k, they’ll keep your home cool in Summer and retain heat in the Winter.

    Colours

    Customise your patio doors to the exact style of your home. Choose from a vast range of colours, including anthracite grey, black, and a range of woodgrain effects. You can also choose from any RAL colour to get the exact look that you want.

    Dark Green

    Dark Green

    Dark Blue

    Dark Blue

    Dark Red

    Dark Red

    Anthracite Grey

    Anthracite Grey

    Dark Grey

    Dark Grey

    Grey

    Grey

    Dark Brown

    Dark Brown

    Brown

    Brown

    Cream

    Cream

    Off White

    Off White

    White

    White

    Security

    Your safety matters to us. That’s why we only supply the strongest doors and glass on the market. However, for maximum peace of mind, all our doors come with the latest security features and accessories as well.

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    Patio doors with slim sightlines

    Aluminium is often regarded as the best material for patio doors. Due to its superior strength, it can support large amounts of glass with only the thinnest of frames. This helps to give the patio doors extraordinarily slim sightlines, which measure the distance between the panes when they slide over each other. The slimmer the sightlines, the less obscured the view is and more light enters your home.

    Slim sightlines can also be achieved with uPVC or timber frames. However, for the most modern, elegant look, we’d highly recommend investing in aluminium.

     

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    More Door Styles to Consider

    We offer a full range of doors in a full range of materials. Whatever the style of your South West home, we have the door product to match.

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