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PDP - Size - Bi-Fold

Our In-Stock bi-fold Doors

  • Our in-stock bi-fold doors have (3) panels stacking all to the right (RHO) or stacking all to the left (LHO).

  • You will have an active door for convenient everyday use. An active door operates like a regular single swing door. You will be able to open a single swing door for everyday use without having to open the entire bi-fold door every time you want to use it.
    • LHO (left hand out swing) bi-fold doors will have its active door on the very right side (when facing the bi-fold from the exterior)
    • RHO (right hand out swing) bi-fold doors will have its active door on the very left side (when facing the bi-fold from the exterior)

HOW OUR BI-FOLD DOORS ARE MEASURED

Our sizes are measured from outside of jamb to the outside of the jamb. For example, a 144” x 96” bi-fold door listed on our website means that 144” is the width from outside to outside of jamb (not the actual width size of the door) and 96” is the height from outside of jamb to bottom of our built in steel threshold (not the actual height of the door).

We recommend the rough opening of the WIDTH to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

We recommend the rough opening of the HEIGHT to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

ROUGH OPENING

Our sizes are measured from outside of jamb to the outside of the jamb. For example, a 144” x 96” bi-fold door listed on our website means that 144” is the width from outside to outside of jamb (not the actual width size of the door) and 96” is the height from outside of jamb to bottom of our built in steel threshold (not the actual height of the door).

We recommend the rough opening of the WIDTH to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

We recommend the rough opening of the HEIGHT to be 1/2” to 1” wider than the door size ordered to give the installer enough room to comfortably position the jamb into place and have enough room to make sure the jamb is leveled.

TOP TRACK

Top track of our bi-fold doors takes up approximately 6 1/2” of the total height opening space. This means that the total height opening space of your bi-fold door is the height size listed on our website minus the threshold & 6 1/2” for the top track.

HOW MUCH SPACE DOES A BI-FOLD DOOR NEED WHEN FULLY OPENED?

The bifold door will stick out (1) one panel length when it is fully opened and resting to one side