Bifold Door Design as Simple as 1, 2, 3!

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Bifold Door BuilderThe Bifold Network have launched the Bifold Builder, a new online tool to simplify the design, quote and ordering process for aluminium bifold doors. Our installers can now request an online quote for bifolds they have designed themselves, in three easy steps:

 

  1. Input the desired height and width of the frame, which will reveal the available opening options for your specified dimensions, including multiple panels and traffic doors.
  2. Choose from a range of optional extras that will bring your design to life. Select from ten different colours for the inside and outside of frames, as well as black, white or chrome hardware. Other options include sliding directions, cill and threshold heights, and optional glazing and trickle ventilation.
  3. Your design and specifications will be emailed to our sales team along with your details and we will contact you shortly with a quote.

WHY USE THE BIFOLD BUILDER?

Work remotely. The Bifold Builder has a simple interface and is easy to use on a range of platforms and devices. This means you can design bifolding doors from your desktop computer, or from a tablet or smartphone on the road, 24/7.

 

Happy homeowners. You can now demonstrate your designs on site, helping homeowners imagine how their doors will look, or working alongside them to build the ideal sliding folding doors for their property.

 

Order online. We have digitised the order process, so if you decide to go ahead with the fabrication of your bifolds you won’t need to fax us the specifications, because we’ll already have them saved on our system.

 

No registration. There’s no need to log in or create an account, so there’s no tricky passwords to remember. All you need to do is fill in your contact details and we will get back in touch.

 

Try out the Bifold Builder today and see for yourself just how simple it is to design your own bifolds!

 

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