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Security Folding Doors PerthBifold doors are a type of security door system which avoids obstructing your view of your outdoor landscaping while still offering security and safety to your family or patrons.
Create beautiful open areas with folding security doors
Durable folding security doors let in the air and light while keeping the bugs out. The high-security bifold doors can be stacked side by side in your space to maximise available room in your entertaining area.
To make sure your home security is at the highest level, we offer installation of our products so you can rest assured that you are receiving full protection from your high-security bifold doors.
Folding door FAQs
It depends on what bi-fold doors are used. High quality bi-fold security doors should be used to increase the security of your home. Bi-fold security doors involve multiple panels, stainless steel mesh and a strong metal frame to prevent break ins.
Yes, bi-fold security screens can be fitted to match existing glazed bi-fold doors, or they can stand alone. Bi-fold security doors can be hinged to fold in or out and allow you to keep your views into your outdoor area.
The cost of bi-fold security doors depends on the materials used. High quality bi-fold security doors will use aluminium, while cheaper versions use UPVC and wood. The purpose of bi-fold security doors is to ensure your home stays safe from intruders, so it’s important to invest in high quality bi-fold security doors that will last a long time.
Sliding doors are typically made of larger glass panels and have one lock point. On the other hand, bi-fold security doors are constructed using multiple panels and various lock points. The extra locking points makes it harder for intruders to break through.
In terms of functionality, bi-fold security doors offer a seamless transition from inside to outside, as they can be completely folded away. In contrast, sliding doors can never fully open like bi-fold doors can. Lastly, sliding doors are often more expensive than bi-fold doors due to the need for big single units of glass.