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bifold door

A folding door that divides into two parts, the inner leaf of each part being hung from an overhead track, and the outer leaf hinged at the jamb. See also: Door
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INSIDESTORY * The apartment is set within a small gated development and has a hallway with fitted cupboards, a large lounge/dining room with door leading out to a balcony through bifold doors.
This container with four bifold doors is also used for bulk items and parts and can accommodate a parts rack with drawers, a bulk rack with pallets, or a floor load with tiedown rings.
To avoid disrupting the smooth flow of cabinetry, the bifold doors are created from the same design, making it look like another pantry.
in Nikiski, manufacture Hydroswing doors, a dependable product that is said to be the superior alternative to bifold doors.
Depending upon the size of the area, provide bifold doors.
Internally the property briefly comprises canopy porch; reception hall; cloaks/ WC; through lounge with a feature fireplace with marble insert and living flame gas fire; utility room; dining room; a fabulous open plan fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a superb range of shaker style units, granite worktops, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and AEG range style cooker, as well as contemporary bifold doors to the outside patio area and garden; a handy study room completes the ground floor accommodation.
The property has a fabulous family feel, with spectacular open-plan kitchen, dining and family area at the back of the property complete with bifold doors to the garden.