Used on closets and in laundry rooms, bifold or accordian doors fold out of the way, leaving room around the door for furnishings and foot traffic. Learn how to install the track and doors of a bifold door system.
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If you want to be able to view the entire contents of a closet, and don't have enough room for the doors to swing open, bifold doors are a good option. Each door is made of two hinged panels and the top of the doors slide within a track. The mounting hardware is at the top of the door. There is also hardware at the bottom of the door that allows the door to pivot open. Accordian doors completely fold out of the way and are installed in a similar manner to bifold doors.
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