Bi-fold Doors


Advantages of Bi-fold Doors

Timber bi-fold doors - Reduce your energy consumption // via AllkindReduce Your Energy Consumption

Bi-fold doors can greatly assist in reducing your energy consumption – simply by allowing you to limit the use of air conditioning (cooling and heating). In the winter, Bi-fold doors act brilliantly to welcome plenty of natural sunlight into your home. Your timber Bi-fold doors and timber framing will also provide additional insulation – ensuring that warmth is kept inside. In the summer, Bi-folds effectively allow you to open up an entire wall, and are the best option if you want to open out your home to great outdoors and welcome in that cool breeze!

Space Saving and Creative Scope

Bi-fold doors can be designed and customized to fit your requirements and suit the surroundings of your living space. Bi-folds are able to be folded back, whether by section or entirety, to consume less of your surrounding wall and/or living space when open.

As for the debate of Timber vs Aluminum – for us it’s about the difference in environmental impact – the production of aluminum results in 8x more greenhouse emissions and wastes 300x more water than timber production.

Timber bi-fold doors - Space saving and creative scope // via AllkindContact us for your FREE quote here

Maintaining Your Timber
Bi-fold Doors

Maintaining your timber Bi-fold doors is simple and doesn’t require any special experience or abilities. Maintenance will assist in keeping the doors’ functionality and elegant appearance at their best.

  • Carefully check the bottom and top metal tracks that lead the motion of the doors – A vacuum cleaner is efficient in getting rid of any dust or dirt from between door tracks;
  • Check your doors’ surface finish – You can re-finish the doors with a quality coating – ALLKIND use and recommend Sikkens products for timber Bi-fold doors.

Timber bi-fold doors - Maintaining your timber joinery // via ALLKINDFAQ: More on Timber Maintenance

Centor Sliding Insect Screens
and Blinds

If you’re concerned about insects, the Centor S1E eco-screen is one of the best systems on the market – they’re fully retractable and ideal for use with timber bi-fold doors.

Centor Sliding Insect Screens Blinds // via Allkind

Image provided by Centor

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View more photos of Timber Bi-fold Doors, as well as other recent work by ALLKIND Joinery, below.

Galleries: Bi-fold Doors Photos

Timber bi-fold doors - Bi-fold doors gallery // via ALLKIND

Contact Us

Any quote inquiries or general questions that you might have about our products or services are welcome! We’ve also featured a Google Map to help direct you to our office if you would like to visit our showroom and meet with our estimating staff face-to-face. For your free quote and to discuss your project with our friendly experienced team, contact us today.

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There are 4 comments

  1. Maria H.

    Hi we are looking at purchasing 3 double bi-folds doors @ 1800×2130.
    Will you be able to give us a price please.

    Thanking you

    Maria H.

    • Josh Travers

      Hi Maria,
      Thank you for your enquiry.

      I have forwarded your enquiry on to our estimating team, who will be happy to provide you with a free quote for your bi-fold doors.

      For future correspondence, you can contact our estimating team at or (07) 3359 3025.

      Kind regards

      Josh Travers
      Marketing & Business Development Manager

  2. Avie

    Hi can you supply a price for a 3 door bi-fold system, we have our own doors, which are 820 wide, they will need a good weatherproof sill style as they do not have a very big patio roof covering them.


    • Josh

      Hi Avie,
      Thank you for your enquiry.

      I have forwarded your enquiry on to our joinery estimating team. You should receive an email from them shortly.

      Kind regards

      Josh Travers
      Marketing & Business Development Manager

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