Thursday, 14 August 2008

bifolding doors on conservatories

If you like conservatories you probably like light and space - what a pity to restrict the space by putting in sliding patio doors which overlap, only leaving a partial aperture, or having a small space to walk through, as with traditional style French doors.

With bifolding doors, either between house and conservatory or conservatory and garden, you can have a virtual glass wall that opens up two, three, four or more metres of space and, when closed, provides a panoramic open view.

Available to complement your conservatory, whether white, green, brown, grey, silver or blue, SunSeeker's bifolding doors are easy to open and close, made in hard-wearing, low-maintenance powder-coated aluminium, finished to the colour of your choosing, with a choice of glass finishes and styles, including Georgian and leaded-light.

The SunSeeker Doors price includes professional measuring and bespoke made-to-measure manufacture, delivery and fitting: a one-stop-shop solution with no middle men.

Stonger than PVC, the threshhold or cill is lower and the frames are less prominent, leaving more glass to see through. Like PVC, coated aluminium needs no painting and, unlike wooden doors, is not prone to warping in hot, cold, wet or dry weather.

Other options include horizontal venetian or folding blinds sealed within the double glazing so there is little risk of breakage and no dusting required whatsoever!

As it is a legal requirement for doors to be fitted between house and conservatory, why not maximise the amount of glass to see through and the amount of space to walk through?

For a no-obligation quotation, visit or call us on 01582 492 730 and we promise you that you will not be hounded by salesmen or be subjected to high-pressure selling.

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