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A Highly Functional, Innovative And Attractive Door That Will Have A Transforming Effect To Its Environment...

The Multi-Fold Door is a safe and secure barrier and can be made to suit just about any aperture. Whatever the combination, from a small 3 leaf to a large 7 leaf system, all door leafs slide to the side.

With endless possibilities, the James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd. Multi-Fold makes rooms look bigger, making living space more flexible.

Imagine opening up into a conservatory, onto a terrace or dividing a lounge and dining room or simply just offering a wall of panoramic view.

The Opening Opportunity Is Up To 7 Leaves Giving 5.5 Meters Clear Opening...

All leaves fold flat to the side of the opening and with its sculptured beads and low sight lines our Multi-Fold will look good in any combination. Its easy to see why property owners are impressed by its 21st century looks.

 









 
 
 
 


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