If the bottom seal overhangs the outer frame and there’s a gap at the top, it is likely that your door hasn’t been toe and heeled right when glazed. If this is the case, you will need to re-glaze the doors. If the top and bottom seal both overhang the outer frame, your outer frame […]
Please check the following; Does your frame measure the same between the head and the sill all the way across? If it’s smaller in the middle, it is likely that your sill is bowed up or your heard bowed down, this makes it very hard for the doors to slide. If it’s bigger in the […]
The DV173 low threshold does have the facility to have small aluminium ramps fitted at no extra cost. With the inclusion of the ramps the threshold will comply with Part M of the Building Regulations (DV174).
Unfortuantely, you’re not able to fit trickle vents on our bi-folding doors after manufacture.
All our doors will arrive unglazed. The glass units will be delivered at the same time but will need to be installed after the frame and doors have been fitted. Always ensure that the doors are fitted and run smoothly and that the final fixing screws are in place. The glass will then need to […]
If the door is going to be fitted between brickwork and that the aperture is square and level, you should deduct 10mm from the total brick-to-brick width and also make a 10mm deduction from the brick-to-brick height.
The above video shows a step by step guide on how to install a Bi-folding Door. If you require a PDF to bring on-site please refer to our Installation Guides here on our website.