Replacing std door with bi-fold door question

Discussion in 'Windows and Doors' started by jamiller, 5 Jun 2008.

  1. jamiller


    19 Nov 2005
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    United Kingdom
    The frame is an external frame (now indoors) measuring 78x30. We would like to fit a bifold door - but could use a std glazed door if too many issues. The issues are :-
    1-original door was thicker than new door by 10mm ish- will have a gap between door and stops on frame. How to get round this.
    2-I read that if you fit a bifold door, you have to remove the door stops - but they seem to be part of the frame. Not a small baton which could be prised off. Cant really see why I need to remove stops if the bifold opens the same way as original door.

    Any help on above appreciated!
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