You have an old country Manor house with original fittings and antique window frames and you are understandably very proud of it. ‘Antique’ in old houses generally means draughty, warped, cracked and pealing and there is more brisk air coming in than you would like during the bleak winters of Edinburgh.
Let us share with you can you can upgrade your home without compromising its character
How to upgrade without mangling the style of the home and at the same time adding practicality and beauty? You would like to get the home fixed up but you don’t want to lose the character and old world charm of the home, which is why you bought it in the first place. So if you need to replace the window frames and the rooms inside could do with more light and space, there is only one way to do it.
Origin Bi-fold doors will give you the needed light and space and keep the character of the home – or give it a new character that will be even more aesthetically pleasing than before. From the home leading out into the conservatory or the kitchen/dining room, drawing room/TV room, bedroom/bathroom/walk-in closet.
In fact, the combinations are endless and you can have spectacular views through the house and to the outside, all year round. The days of huddling in front of the fireplace with all the shutters closed and blinds drawn down in an attempt to keep in the heat, has gone.
Origin Bi-fold doors are custom-designed to your specifications ensuring they fit into and enhance the particular design of your house. They are manufactured to the highest standards with strengthened aluminium frames, durable timber frames or the latest PVCu frames, which are the cost-saving choice. Double or triple-glazed glass can be used dependant on your needs.
Aluminium Frame bi fold doors
This is the popular choice as they are durable, maintenance-free, and slim-fitting and are finished in a range of beautiful colours in a gloss, matt or silk finish. Origin’s colour range – RAL – encompasses more than 150 primary colours, wood grain finishes and the more popular grey tones in a powder coat finish.
The wood frames are manufactured in extremely hard-wearing woods such as Meranti – the popular wood used on yachts and European Oak. These ensure that there isn’t any warping or twisting and can be wood stained to keep the natural grain of the wood or painted in the range of RAL colours offered by Origin. Wood, being a natural insulator will make your home energy efficient in all weathers.
The latest PVCu material is a vast improvement on the original PVCu on the older folding doors. Installed with aluminium tracks, hidden handles and hinges, and the colour range, there is very little difference between PVCu and the aluminium frames.
Put that WOW factor back into your home with three to six metre long openings so that even in winter you will have a panoramic view of the countryside outside your door. Be the envy of the neighbourhood, increase the value of your home and have a lifetime of warmth, beauty, airiness and space.
Key features of Origin Bi-fold Doors
– 20-Year Guarantee
– Low thresholds so no trip-ups
– Weather-tight seals
– Smooth gliding system
– Thermal efficiency
– Powerful magnets to prevent banging
– Finger-safety technology
– Ergonomic accessories
– Stunning colour range
– Encased rollers on bottom of door for safety and to prevent rust
– Safety glass in double or triple glaze or laminated glass
– Origin doors exceed the security strength to prevent burglaries – the cylinders cannot be bumped, drilled or snapped.
There is no doubt about it. Origin has passed all the safety tests, the aesthetic tests and durability tests that homeowners have asked for. This is the absolute best solution to opening your home and giving it that WOW!
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