Plantation interior bi-fold louvres include two leafs and the necessary bi-fold hardware.If you’re after that professional finishing edge to your interior, then follow those in the trade and choose Louvre and Bifolds by Plantation Doors. Designed for those who require a personal touch to their interior, these doors are classic and create an interesting visual appeal.They are available in Radiata Pine pre-sanded ready to paint, varnish or stain and are particularly suited to wardrobes, cupboards, kitchen pantries, bathrooms and bedrooms.Not only do these doors look great but they are very practical and allow continuous air flow to reduce humidity build up especially in cupboards and wardrobes. The construction is substantial with heavy duty stiles, one piece timber and rails for stability. Bifold doors are pre-drilled and are supplied with hardware and tracks. Bifold and Louvre Doors are both presented with open louvres.
5 year warrantyDo I need to seal a door? All wooden doors have to be sealed on all 6 sides, then a second coat should be applied to stop any moisture entering the doors within 14 days. A lot of people do all 4 sides but forget to do the top and can’t get at the bottom if it is already hung. Sealing should be done prior to hanging otherwise the door should be removed from the hinges and the bottom sealed.What about painting? All wooden doors must be primed on all 6 sides. Remember wooden doors should only be finished in light colours not dark colours (LRV+40). You should also prime all drill outs for door hardware in Fibrewood doors.What areas will my warranty not cover? This warranty will be void if any one of the following exceptions is detected: 1.The door is not primed or sealed on all six surfaces and cut outs immediately after unpacking and prior to hanging. 2.The door is not finished with 14 days of unpacking and hanging. 3. The door has been finished with an oil product. 4. The door has been finished in dark colours (LRV-40 for wooden doors). 5. The door is not in a weather protected area or is subject to undue exposure to direct weather or sunlight prior to claim. 6. The door has been worked on, structurally altered or damaged when hanging or trimmed in excess of 10mm on any edge. 7. Doors have not been stored dry and flat prior to hanging. 8. The door has been finished in a manner inconsistent with the manufacturers recommendations stated herein, or 9.The problem is a result of deterioration of the paint or varnish at any time during the term of this warranty.
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