These bi-fold doors can be be made to any size and are available in thicknesses of 25mm – 35mm thick.

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Open your mind to new opportunities with these beautiful solid pine bi-fold doors. A neat solution for small spaces or an unusual touch to introduce added character and light to your home, they come in a variety of sizes and in depths of 25mm – 35mm. We will make any size up to 28” x 77” for the listed price.

These doors are made from reclaimed pine – plugging marks will be visible. They are 1/2 Glazed –  there is a choice of clear glass or a number of patterned safety glass styles (laminated) available  – see pics. These will have flat panels and can be beaded or square edged.

These doors will have a light sand only finish. We can sand and wax or sand and prime (this would be a light dust coat only) for an additional cost. Don’t worry if the above sizing doesn’t fit, we can custom make them to your individual specifications.

No fixtures or fittings are included – we supply doors only. We can make this door bigger – but this will change the price (normally an additional £72.00 per door – per 2″ on height or width – not both).

Please contact us with your sizes if you wish to confirm costings. The price does not include postage and packaging; please contact us with your Post Code and we will get back to you with a courier cost.

Please NOTE:  Our External Doors are made using Mortice and Tenoned joints. Our Internal Doors are made with Stub Tenon and doweled *Unless otherwise requested* If you would like M&T joints – this needs to be specified upon order (this is an additional cost). Our doors are hand crafted and designed to be a faithful re-production of a 100 year old door. Within the handcrafting process wood with splits, shakes, filler, black grain, glue marks, nail holes and plugging’s will all be included and will be visible in the reclaimed timber used. Our doors have an absolutely authentic aged appearance. If you do not want this type of hand crafted appearance then it may be better to choose a different type of door.

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