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1. How many models of Slimfold Bifold Doors are there?

There are five: Classic, Louver II, Westchester, Lancaster,  and Flush.

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2. What is the difference between the six models of the steel bifold doors?

The difference is in aesthetics. Some have louvers or panels, or a combination of both. All steel bifold doors use the same patented hardware for durability. All come with the Sierra Handle in Chrome, Brass, and Antique Gold.

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3. What are the standard colors of Slimfold Bifold Doors?

Bright White and Ivory

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4. What textures do the bifolds come in?

Bifolds can be smooth, or leather textured.

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5. What is the standard track for Slimfold Steel Bifolds?

Slimfold Steel Bifolds come standard with a 5/8″ aluminum track.

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6. What other track alternatives are there for Slimfold Bifolds?

There is a 7/8″ hi-profile aluminum track and a bottomless track bracket that eliminates bottom track across the threshold in an opening. There is no upcharge on the bottomless track bracket.

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7. Is there a gap in between the louvers?

Yes. The gap is large enough to allow air flow, but designed minimally to prevent object from being inserted into it.

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8. How wide are the louvers in the bifold?

The width of the louvers depends on the width of the panel / door.

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9. What is the maximum door width?

For two-panel units the maximum width is 35-1/2″ (36″ opening) for four-panel units the maximum width is 71″ (72″ opening).

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10. What are the standard heights?

6’8″ , 7’0″ , 7’6″ and 8′. Non-standard heights are available.

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