Our Bostonian 2 Light Bi-fold Etch glazed door is the perfect choice when space is tight. Its two large glass panels draw light into any room and the folding concertina design requires half the area of a standard door. Featuring a white woodgrain finish, its contemporary look will add a touch of elegance to your home.
Bi-fold doors are the perfect practical solution for when space is essential in the home.
A glazed door can be the perfect addition to your home, allowing light to flood into a room, creating a warm and inviting environment.
Traditional and a timeless classic, this door offers a woodgrain white finish that will fit right at home in any style of property.
JELD-WEN windows, doors and stairs are available through a wide range of retailers, builders' merchants and online retailers across the UK.
Our where to buy page allows you to select between looking for your nearest JELD-WEN retailer by entering your postcode or from a range of selected online retailers.
The stock held by suppliers can vary from store to store and remember, some retailers give our products own brand names, so the categories may differ from our website.
Generally someone who is competent in DIY would be able to fit one of our interior doors, however, if you are unsure we would always advise asking a trained professional to do it for you. It’s a skilled trade and there are qualified people who can make sure your doors are perfectly hung.
If you feel like you are competent enough to hang the door yourself, then we have some handy guides that will help you every step of the way. Ensure you follow the fitting instructions provided with your doors to avoid invalidating your warranty.
Watch our helpful video "How to hang an internal door"
Yes, all of our interior doors come with a guarantee against manufacturing defects.
JELD-WEN will accept no responsibility for products cut down to size after receipt (over the trimming guidelines stated below), for which use or structural strength is impaired following improper fitting. See our information on trimming allowances here.
Regular maintenance of timber products is essential if you are to retain a beautiful finish and prolong their use. If you care for your doors, windows and stairs they will last a lifetime.
The periods you leave between maintenance checks will vary depending on the type of pain of stain chosen and the local enviornmental conditions.
Unlike external woodwork, your internal doors do not require any ongoing maintenance, other than the occasional repaint to brighten up the finish or change the style of your room.