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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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However, bifold door stiles (the vertical edges) are narrow, so make sure the neighboring door will clear the knob when opened (Photo 8).
Removing a bifold door doesn't always go as smoothly as Photo 2 shows.
Metal bifold doors use a steel pivot rod 4" to 6" long.
in Nikiski, manufacture Hydroswing doors, a dependable product that is said to be the superior alternative to bifold doors.
Bifold doors that are hinged to stack flush against the wall are good alternatives.
Builder Kunle Barker has big plans, which include knocking out the back wall of the house to make way for bifold doors and adding a skylight to brighten up the dark stairwell.
Interiors provide flexible openplan living space for today's modern families, with bifold doors that open the homes up to generous back gardens, giving a feeling tranquility and an escape from today's hectic lifestyles.
The property has a cinema room with 9ft screen and bifold doors taking you into the garden, and a master bedroom suite spanning four rooms
Built in 1836, this Grade II listed property with classic white rendered exterior has six bedrooms over two floors, four reception rooms and a remodelled handmade kitchen with huge bifold doors that open up on to the gardens and a lantern roof above the large central island, making it a large, light space.
Built in 1836, this is a Grade II listed property with classic white rendered exterior has six bedrooms over two floors, four reception rooms and a remodelled handmade kitchen with huge bifold doors that open up on to the gardens and a lantern roof above the large central island, making it a large, light space.