We are looking to replace a back door with some bigger doors as part of a kitchen remodelling. Have been in a few places and love the look of the Origin Easifold bifold doors for following reasons:
- safe for little fingers - secure - low threshold - normal 'back door' ie don't have to open all 3 leaves to get out. - includes installation - aluminium
However, it's looking like about £3.5k for the 2.4m opening which seems a lot! Wondering if anyone can recommend a cheaper alternative. I think the 8 foot opening we will have is pretty standard so wondering if there are off the shelf ones that people can recommend.
We have a set of 2.4m engineered softwood doors, they were £1400 and a few hundred to fit. Got them at vibrant doors, ten year guarantee, not as beautiful as aluminium but I love them and they do everything you want (apart from being aluminium of course). And are cheap.
We went with a company called kloeber who install them too. Ours were custom made to fit our opening, but I know they do ready made sizes too. They also had the safety for fingers and ability to open just the one door as a back door. Might be worth getting a quote to compare?