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External patio doors I B&Q
Fully finished oak bi-fold
Fully finished hardwood bi-fold
This laminated oak patio doorset offers the ultimate in style
and elegance and will set your home apart from the rest.
Supplied fully finished in golden oak stain with 54mm thick
door leaves for additional strength.
This high-end hardwood patio doorset is supplied
with 54mm thick door leaves for additional strength,
supplied fully finished in white or grey, saving the need
for any further decoration.
Aluminium doors and fixed panels
This aluminium patio doorset is supplied fully finished in
grey external and white internal finish. Double pivot roller
system allows for effortless finger-tip operation making it
easy for you to bring the outside in
A solution allowing large amounts of light into your room
at a much lower cost. Panels and doors can be used in
any configuration or as single items up to a maximum
Thermal efficiency and compliance with building regulations
National building regulations set out the requirements for thermal efficiency of doors for new builds, extensions,
replacement and refurbishment. In England and Wales, these requirements are set out in Document L of the building
regulations, in Scotland in Section 6 and in Northern Ireland in Part F. It's the responsibility of the installer to ensure that all
products, materials and installation standards comply with current building regulations. Replacing a window or door set
requires the installation to be either under Building Control approval or by a FENSA (or similar scheme) registered installer
The U Value is a measure of the rate of heat loss through a material the lower the figure, the better the thermal efficiency
of the product. U values are shown for all applicable products-note that the products must be installed into the frame
supplied to attain these U values.