Aluminium bifold doors from Select Window Systems come with a plethora of colour and finish options. The wide colour range ensures the perfect look for any property, whether it be a traditional country cottage or an urban apartment.
We are confident we can offer customers the ideal colour and finish for their aluminium bifold no matter what the project. The colour range runs from riveting tones of bronze and silver, through deep reds to soft-toned blues, greys and creamy whites.
Products may be coated in any standard RAL colour, offering a vast range of colour options. RAL is a European colour coding system which defines colours for paint, coatings and plastics.
No matter what the colour finish you require, we are confident we can match your requirements.
* Please note that on-screen representations of door and window colours are only used as a guideline. Technical reasons prevent the display of exact colour hues and shades.
Colour finishes on our aluminium sliding doors and bifold are powder coated to ensure a smooth, even and hard wearing finish. Manufacturers are so confident of the quality of the colour finish they offer a 25-year guarantee against peeling, powdering, blistering as well as chalking, fading and loss of sheen. Our suppliers can offer a standard colour range at very competitive rates. Because these are the most popular colours requested by customers they can be manufactured at a special price. They include matt, satin and gloss finished in colours that include shades of red, blue, green, brown, grey and white.
All our folding door products are coated in a weather resistant powder coat paint, baked into the aluminium and built to last. Doors are available in our standard colour range, our KL colour range, our Sensations Trend colours of metallic and textured paint finishes or any of more than 200 RAL coded colours. Powder coating is the technique of applying colour as an electrically charged powder baked in an oven at high temperatures. It creates a hard, smooth finish that is much tougher than conventional paint. Other advantages of powder coating are that materials contain no solvents, can produce thicker coating without running or sagging and come with a wide range of special finishes.