The XL Joinery Oak Malton Bi-Fold Glazed Door with Clear Bevelled Glass is a space-saving oak malton bi-fold ideally suited to cupboards and closets where space is of a premium. With its twin-light design with raised and fielded panels, the classic raised, and fielded panels are a key feature of this timber joinery door. Glass glazing adds light and clarity, complementary to any interior finish.
The XL Joinery Malton Bi-Fold Internal Oak Door with Clear Bevelled Glass is a traditional twin light with transparent bevelled glass. The bottom half of the door has raised and fielded panels that perfectly compliment the glass design, giving the door a wonderfully exquisite aesthetic that would fit any home. The range is completed by panelled, fire, and bi-fold doors. You can also find Malton Oak Clear Glazed FD30 Fire Door by XL Joinery. This gorgeous collection is completed by panelled, glass, and bi-fold doors.
The Full size of the Oak Malton Bi-Fold is 1936 x 379.5 x 35mm (30”). This door comes in the thickness of 35mm. Where the width of Oak Malton Bi-Fold Internal Oak door is 30”. It belongs to the Victorian/Malton family. And considered as the classic Oak collection. It is provided in the unfinished form to leverage you to apply a finish of your own choice. The texture of Oak wood is natural to keep its classic feel. This clear bevelled glass is designed to use as an internal glazed door.
XL Joinery Oak Malton Bi-Fold Glazed Door Features:
- Engineered design for increased strength, stability, and performance.
- A-Grade American White Oak Veneer is provided unpainted and ready to paint or stain.
- A product that is FSC® certified and has a complete chain of custody.
- Lipping made of real oak enabling 6mm to be shaved off all the door’s edges
- Three hinges are required to hang a solid core door. For this door, a 65mm latch is recommended.
- For easy finishing, toughened safety glass conforms to BS EN 12150 Paint N Peel System.
- Manufacturer’s fault warranty of ten years.
- Engineered components, such as laminated lumber, MDF, or particleboard, are used in goods to address environmental issues and increase performance.
- Engineered construction for added strength and stability