If you’re thinking of installing bi-fold doors in Hoylake, make sure you purchase from and have them fitted by the specialists. At Doorstore, we have more than three decades’ experience in the supply and installation of top-quality timber internal and external doors. Today, our company offers a wide range of UPVC doors, composite doors, bi-folding doors, windows, French and patio doors. Our client base extends throughout the Chester and Wirral areas. We have two specialised showrooms. The Birkenhead facility comprises our own workshop and showrooms where we manufacture and display a range of hardwood and softwood doors, bespoke products with unique glass leaded designing and individual special sized doors. At our Ellesmere Port branch, we focus on supply and installation of A-rated UPVC and aluminium double glazed products. We also offer bi-folding doors, French doors and patio doors. We are proud of our reputation for premium quality, excellent workmanship, cost-effective products and our customer-centric approach.
For property owners in Hoylake, bi-fold doors are a great choice when you want to fully open up the access. They’re a superb option when you have a usable garden area or outdoor space that you can extend into when you open up your room or extension. These doors are just right for that seamless transition and they provide lots of air and light. They offer convenient access, especially when you want to move large items like furniture in and out.
However, you need to analyse your needs, requirements and budget before you make a decision to install bi-fold doors in Hoylake. They are in the same product space as sliding doors and patio doors and are available in aluminium, timber, or UPVC. As far as thermal insulation values goes, these doors may not be the best solution. You may also have to install blinds or curtains if you live in a very sunny environment. For more information about our bi-fold doors, contact Doorstore. Bi-folding doors are practical, neat and compact and can add value to your property. Currently, they’re very trendy and regularly feature on home improvement and interior decoration shows. You can use them in your conservatory, orangery or house extension.