Almost every project on Grand Designs feature bi-fold doors because they:
- Add value to your home
- They are environmentally as well as thermal efficient
- They offer a renovation that offers the design flexibility to complement any home style
Plus, a bi-folding door has the capability to transform a home by opening up space, inviting in natural light, removing barriers between the inside and out and helping to realise the potential of the home.
Glass and Glazing for Bi-fold doors
Fitting high performance double or triple glazed units into bi-fold doors will provide a secure and thermally efficient ‘glass wall’ that will have minimal impact on your energy bills. Many different glass types are available. Whether you want to keep out the cold, limit noise, protect you from the sun, or even have glass that cleans itself, the choice is yours.
At Indeluxe we specialise in installation of bi-fold doors and as with any type of external door, security is a high priority. It is important that the door design allows for accredited locks to be incorporated within the door system, so install fully with a multipoint lock with hooked locking points and shoot bolts.
Visit our showroomWhy not visit us at our showroom to see a wide range of our products in person. Find out more information on such products as windows, orangeries, bi-fold doors, entrance doors and flooring.
Our Bi-fold Door Checklist
Our most popular colours…
Shown below are a few of our most frequently chose colours. Ranging from Hipca White to Jet Black and including all of the popular shades in between, these colours are all available on our ‘Your lead time, not ours’ delivery promise to ensure your Bi-fold Doors are delivered on time, whenever you choose. These colours are available on a 1 week lead time for Windows. Also included on these delivery promises are our ever popular wood grain finishes.
Capture the natural effect of wood
Our woodgrain colours offer the beauty of real wood without having to worry about the maintenance, expansion or warping.
How’s it possible?
The secret’s in the special heat transfer process. The aluminium is powder coated as a base colour, and is then wrapped in a containing film which creates a vacuum for perfect adhesion. It’s then cured in a high temperature oven, which transfers the ink on the film onto the base surface – in this case, creating a wood grain effect. Once cooled, the film is removed to leave a finish that not only resembles genuine wood, but offers a 20 year guarantee for optimum peace of mind, and with minimal maintenance required, that’s even better than the real thing.
Hipca White (9910 G)
Dark Silver Metallic (9007 M)
Light Silver Metallic (9006 M)
Black Grey (7021 M)
Slate Grey (7015 M)
Anthracite Grey (7016 M)
Jet Black (9005 M)
Be inspired by our colour collections…
Looking for the wow factor? Whether you want to make a dramatic design statement or perfectly match a particular room’s mood, the colour chosen can be tailored to your home as much as the Origin Doors and Windows themselves.
So, if your taste runs past the subtle to the more outrageous, don’t worry… Origin guarantee to have a colour available to make your Bi-fold Doors, Windows and Blinds everything you’ve ever dreamed of.
To help with this choice, we’ve created 9 unique palettes, each featuring 10 shades on a particular theme.
Choose a colour that complements your décor or go for a bold contrast – the choice is yours.
Bespoke colour range
Just a couple of highlights from each of our nine unique colour palettes.
Elegant, muted shades of pale cream, dusky greens and blues – perfect for period properties.
Bright, bold colours that make a real statement, reminiscent of the Pop Art era.
Deep, rich earthy colours inspired by the natural world.
Rich colours, evoking interior’s of luxury private clubs from a bygone era.
Bright, fun pastel colours with a hint of a seaside resort and candy floss.
Classic cool beach tones inspired by Ralph Lauren.
Warm terracotta tones of burnt umber, orange and browns, echoing the sun-baked roof tops of a Tuscan village.
Steely utilitarian tones of greys and blacks for classic modernist architecture.
Bold colours from a classic era, with tones reflecting a 60’s and 70’s interior feel.