The DWL Architectural SF85 Folding doors

The DWL Architectural SF85 Folding doors
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There’s no better feeling than when you fall in love with a product for your home. Particularly when it’s part of a long overdue revamp or a special renovation.

Seeing the smile on your face when you’ve found the perfect solution is one of our favourite parts of the job. So we’ve created this handy new blog series to make sure these moments happen sooner – and more often. In this post we’re taking a closer look at the DWL Architectural SF85 Folding Doors. Packed with product stats and our expert tips, you’re sure to discover if this product is right for your project.


A unique bi-folding door system

As with the rest of the DWL Architectural range, this high-end system perfectly combines functionality and beauty. In fact, we’re confident it can look gorgeous in any style of property.

We love this product because it boasts a number of amazing features. Firstly, it can accommodate 200kg per pane offering an industry-beating specification of 1.5m wide or 4m high per pane. This is unprecedented within the sector and means you can afford to go big and bold with your design ideas.

Secondly, its sightline is an impressive 106mm. This makes it one of the slimmest bi-fold doors on the market. If you’re looking for a system that can bathe your home in natural light, open wide to let in that fresh air and open your home up to the great outdoors, you’ve found it in the DWL Architectural SF85 Folding Doors.

Additionally, this product offers a U value of 1.1. This is super-low and means this is one of the most energy efficient products of its kind out there.


A personal service to help you make a perfect choice

If you’ve decided the DWL Architectural SF85 Folding Doors is the solution that’ll impress at your next get-together, the next step is to contact our friendly experts to arrange a viewing.

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