The Schuco bifold door is a beautifully engineered system, providing slim slightlines and smooth, weightless operation.
A wide choice of colours, opening configurations and glass types allow you to specify your purchase to suit your property style.
Each panel can be made to a maximum of 1200mm wide and 3000mm high, allowing you to maximise the glass area introducing more natural light.
Slim aluminium sections are used to minimise sight lines and maximise glass area.
Contemporary ironmongery in a choice of colours adds to the sleek appearance of our doors.
Security is always an important factor when purchasing a door for your home, and our product has been designed with this in mind.
We only fit police approved Secured by Design multi point locks on the main doors, which are operated with BSI Kite marked key cylinders.
All intermediate panels have concealed steel shoot bolts that engage securely into the top and bottom tracks.
Toughened safety glass is fixed into the panels with beading on the inside so it cannot easily be removed from the outside.
The door system is designed for all European climates. The panels and frames have multi layered rubber weather seals ensuring resistance to the worst of the British weather.
Our systems are manufactured to exceed current U value building regulations. The internal aluminium frame sections are separated from the external with a thermal barrier minimising any heat loss. In addition, we fit high performing glass sealed units specifically designed to reflect heat back into your home.
The combination of a thermal barrier, multiple weather seals and high performing glass maximises heat retention in your home, increasing fuel efficiency and helping to minimise fuel bills.
The doors can be finished in one of our standard colours (see back page) or a choice of over 200 RAL colours.
The powder coat finish is applied to the aluminium extrusions in a factory controlled environment ensuring a high quality finish.
For coastal locations the finish can be upgraded to marine grade.
Bespoke as Standard