Integral blinds for bifold doors, as they offer several great benefits, including keeping your bifold door system looking sleek and stylish. Read our handy guide to learn everything you need about these integral blinds and how to choose the right ones for your windows and doors.
Integral blinds for bifold doors are pleated or Venetian blind that is fitted in between the two panes of glass sealed unit within the panel. They are sealed inside the double-glazed units and can be opened and closed via a remote that comes with the doors. Like double-glazed windows, the panes of glass on bifold doors are hermetically sealed with a special gas to ensure no moisture gets into the void.
Integrated blinds offer shading to help to keep heat and sunlight out in the summer while also helping to reduce solar gain.
However, unlike double-glazed windows, bifold doors with blinds also have the blinds and the mechanisms installed inside the void, keeping them from becoming dusty, dirty, or getting in your way when you open and close the doors.
If you are considering integral blinds for bifold doors, there are several key considerations that you will first need to consider to give you peace of mind:
The great thing about integral blinds for aluminium bifold doors is that you don’t need to fit them yourself, as this will be done before being installed at your property. Bifold door blinds are inserted into the door frame during manufacturing, tested to ensure they work, and then enclosed in glazing before being shipped and put into your property.
Suppose you choose to have electric bi-fold doors or ones operated via solar power. In that case, your installation will include a specialist who will wire everything up and ensure it works properly before signing off. If your blinds are manually operated by a control next to the door, the team will fit them and check they work before showing you how to use them properly.
Still, trying to figure it out? Take a look at our top three benefits of integral blinds for bifold doors below:
There is also the option for an SV system where the blinds are treated with Sanitized® patented antibacterial finish to offer long-lasting protection, and an external magnetic slider operates them.
With so many great benefits, there’s no doubt that integral blinds for bifold doors are a popular solution for windows and doors.
With so many options, we recommend visiting our Bracknell showroom to view the range of blinds we offer for our window and door systems.
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