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There are so many advantages to Everest aluminium bi-fold doors and some of them are clearly on show in this picture, particularly the seamless transition between the inside and outdoors.
This three-fold example is our most popular option, and the materials and colours are design to complement the style of your home perfectly.
Door colour: Charcoal Grey
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Viewed from the inside, the flexibility of bi-fold doors is easily apparent. You have easy access to the outdoors, and can fold each section all the way back to allow in maximum light and air. Now the great outdoors really is just a step away – in this case allowing the family to dine al fresco without the need for taking everything outside.
Same colour and design, but here the number of panels has been increased, allowing the doors to extend right across two separate living spaces. When fully open like this, the panels are held firmly in place with magnetic contact pads.
This bi-fold door is actually part of an Everest conservatory – which is also featured in our Conservatories gallery.
Door colour: Charcoal GreyProject: Stevenage HouseStyled by: Ann BroadPhotographer: Colin Poole
Here are the same doors viewed from the inside, but with just a single panel open to allow for easy access – a good option on a windy or cooler day.
Of course, these bi-fold doors can also be fully closed and secured via the multi-point locking system shown on the right. We’ve also shown the simple but cleverly-designed handle, which lies perfectly flush when the doors are folded back.
These bi-fold doors are part of an Everest conservatory and verandah, which you can also view in our conservatories gallery.
Like all of our bi-fold doors, they enjoy a 25 year guarantee against discolouration of the aluminium profile and a 10-year comprehensive guarantee for the complete doors.
Door colour: WhiteProject: Gravesend HouseStyled by: Ann BroadPhotographer: Colin Poole
This image shows the same doors from the inside, with panels partially open to let in fresh air. They can just as easily be fully open, fully closed, or closed except for the single exit panel door.
Similar to the design shown at the beginning of the gallery, this popular example shows how the same frame works equally well with brickwork rather than light stone, and also features black door handles.
Here, the doors are fully opened, neatly held in place by the magnetic contact pads – so no need for hooking back or anything else.
Door colour: Charcoal GreyProject: Beyton HousePhotographer: Richard Lee
From the inside, the views out even when the doors are closed are virtually unimpeded, allowing the light in, but not the cold. These doors are also super tough – able to withstand even a 200lb wrecking ball.
These bi-fold doors, also in Charcoal Grey, are on an Everest tiled roof extension. As they don’t need to be centred into a supporting wall, they take up much less, and as you can see, stay open perfectly, even on a windy day, without the need for being hooked back.
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Door colour: Charcoal GreyProject: Bradford HouseStyled by: Ann BroadPhotographer: Colin Poole
With this property, you can see how the many panels easily concertina into a small space. We’ve also shown a close-up of the precision runners at the bottom, designed for smooth-trouble-free operation across decades. With a wide expanse like this, you can transform the way you live and entertain.
Door colour: WhiteProject: Cardiff HousePhotographer: Martin Stuart
This stunning example features two sets of bi-fold doors, plus static centre panels. Coupled with an Everest conservatory, the result is a magnificent year-round living space.
You can see other pictures of the same property in our Conservatories gallery.
Door colour: Black Semi-GlossProject: Isle of Man HouseStyled by: Anita Gould-DaviesPhotographer: Andrew Barton
Here is the same installation, with a closer look at some of the details. Note how the panels and even the runners perfectly match the overall colour. And even on such a wide multi-panel frontage, advanced security is always a given.
We stand proudly by the claim that we ‘Fit the Best’ and now we prove it with our toughest test yet. Watch how we tested the strength of our Aluminium Bi-Fold doors using a 200lb punch bag.
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An internal glazing bead means glass cannot be removed from the outside
Even though bi-fold doors are made up mostly of glass, you can rest assured they still insulate your home. A 20mm argon filled gap in the sealed unit, Low-E glass that reflects heat back into the room, multiple weather-resistant seals and a thermal break ensure minimum heat loss and optimum insulation.
Everest Bi-Fold Doors take safety and security seriously, too. A multi-point stainless steel locking mechanism, internal glazing beads preventing removal of glass from outside, and a high security locking mechanism makes sure of it.
Bi-fold doors take up far less space than standard doors as they don't need to be centred into a supporting wall. You can choose between three and seven panels in 7 exclusive designs, all made-to-measure for a perfect fit.
Everest Aluminium Bi-fold Doors have been designed to match the existing style of your home and their innovative folding panelled structure can provide a smooth transition from inside your home to outside.
Expect long term peace of mind with our bi-fold doors as aluminium will never rot, rust, peel or flake. They come with a 25-year guarantee against discolouration of the aluminium profile and a 10-year comprehensive guarantee on the whole door.
Our doors make the best first impression every time. But don't just take our word for it. See what some of our many satisfied customers have had to say.
With local consultants all over the UK, we'd be happy to come and meet with you to listen to your requirements, show you real-life samples and provide a free no-obligation quote.