In this short video, Marc Vorisek owner of the Fremantle Door & Window Company demonstrates bifold doors and bifold door flyscreens and discussing installation of bifold doors around your pool area.
Marc Vorisek: Bifold doors are basically great space savers. If you’ve got a small balcony or a small room and you wanna make them look bigger, by installing bifold doors you can open the entire room up.
Bifold Door Flyscreens
Marc Vorisek: Fly screens have always been a problem with the bifold doors, not anymore. The integrated fly screens cover the entire area. Big spaces can be done with dual fly screens, same with the bi-folding doors. Configurations, you can have any configuration you like. Fly screens take a hit, so if you were to walk into it or something like that, your fly screen is not going to tear and fall apart. Close it up, it’ll reset itself.
Bifold Pool Doors
Kirk O’Connor: So how about if I’ve got big full size aluminium windows and I want to fit bifold doors out onto the pool area?
Marc Vorisek: Out on the pool area?
Kirk O’Connor: Yep. [crosstalk 00:01:06]. So how harder job is that?
Marc Vorisek: Bifold doorss you can’t do on pool areas.
Kirk O’Connor: Oh, it’s got a fence as well.
Marc Vorisek: It’s got a fence, okay. Yeah if it’s going out onto a pool area, and they are windows and you’ve brick cut-outs, we can cut the bricks down, put in full height doors, it’s not an issue. Have the doors opening out, saves you space inside. You can have them opening in as well, if you have a pool fence or something close to your doors, to comply with the regulations.
Marc Vorisek: If you’ve got sliding doors in there at the moment, your standard sliding doors are 2.1m, 2.4m, 3.6m, we just take them out and replace them with doors.