Choosing Sliding Vs. Bi-Fold Glass Patio Doors for Your Home
If you’re considering adding new patio doors to your home, you have plenty of options available. These days, you can find patio doors made from any number of materials, including vinyl, wood, and fiberglass—but what about different designs and styles? Two of the most popular styles for patio doors are sliding and bifold—but which one is right for your home?
At All Contracting, we’ve helped countless homeowners upgrade their homes over the years with new patio doors, and as a certified Pella® dealer, we’re experts when it comes to patio door styles. Read on to discover some important differences between sliding and bifold patio doors.
Make Your Home Feel More Open
Patio doors usually aim to accomplish the same tasks—let in plenty of natural light and make the outdoors feel more inviting. Thankfully, both sliding and bifold patio doors accomplish this task beautifully. Each style can be used in practically any home design scheme to increase natural light and act as an attractive entryway to the outdoors. However, the design of each door does offer distinct differences.
Patio doors that slide open and stack neatly have been popular for years, and homeowners love their large panes of unobstructed glass. Modern multi-slide options can be selected to add more than two panels for large rooms.
Bifold doors are often compared to an accordion due to sections that fold outward. This design creates interior spaces that feel open, airy, and more connected to the outdoors. Plus, bifold doors can span almost any length.
Choose a Reliable Contractor
The good news for homeowners who want to upgrade their homes with new patio doors is that it’s difficult to make a bad decision as long as you work with a dependable contractor. That’s why homeowners in Idaho turn to All Contracting. Contact us today to find out more about our sliding, bifold, and other patio doors and schedule a consultation with our team.