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Premium Quality Aluminium And Timber Products From Uk Based Manufacturers

Market Leading 10 Year Warranty on all products

Manufactured in the UK

Fast Turnaround of 5 - 10 days

Nationwide Delivery

Welcome To Bi Folding Superstore

The Home of Quality Aluminium and Timber Products

Our Aluminium manufacturers are UK based and provide high-quality Aluminium Windows, Bi Fold Doors, Sliding Doors, French Doors and Roof Lanterns. 

Our Timber Products are made in South Wales in our family run workshop.

All our products offer premium quality hardware with precision engineering to ensure a lifetime of unrivalled operation.

All our products come with the highest security features to ensure intruders stay out.

We provide a 5 – 10 Day Lead time on our Aluminium range in our standard range of colours and styles to match your taste and desired effect. Custom RAL colours require a longer lead time of approx 21 days and woodgrain effects around 4-6 weeks

Mazuli Aluminium Bi Fold
Timber Bi folding Door

Our Timber Products are governed by an approximate 8 to 10 week lead time. Each system is manufactured from raw sawn or engineered timber and handmade in our workshop from start to finish by our 2 joiners. This ensures each system is quality checked at every stage of the process and perfect every time.

 All our products come with a 10-year manufacturer guarantee. This helps to give homeowners peace of mind that their investment is protected. We offer a no-obligation free quotation to all our customers, which covers every aspect of the project so you know what the quote covers.

What are the Benefits of Aluminium or Timber?

Each material has its pros and cons when it comes to windows and doors. Some will say that timber is better, others will say aluminium is better now that thermal breaks are used in the profiles. Let’s take a look at each and see which is the better choice for your project.

Timber Features

Timber has many positives when it comes to it’s use for windows and doors. Here are the main points, good and bad.


  • Vast range of species. From softwood to hardwood, sawn or engineered the range of timber choices is immense.
  • Easily repaired. If damage occurs which can happen at any time, timber is an easy material to repair and recoat back to new without any serious work.
  • Changes of finish during its lifespan. Everyone gets bored of decor at some point and timber allows you to change the colour of your joinery whenever you want.
  • Warm to the touch. There is no denying that wood is warm to the touch and gives a more natural traditional look and feel.


  • Subject to Rot. If not maintained properly, timber can degrade quicker than expected. This can be avoided by adhering to paint maintenance cycles and choosing a hardwood over the softwood options.
  • Not maintenance free. Unlike Aluminium which is powder coated, timber required recoating every 2-15 years depending on the paint system used and the weathering it receives.
Aluminium Features

Aluminium profiles have improved over the years and now contain thermal breaks to separate the inside and outside sections. But that’s not all it has going for it.


  • Good range of profiles. The range of profiles and sightlines is now much more varied than before and allows for much smaller sections than timber
  • Hard wearing finish. The paint coating on the Aluminum sections is far harder than those used on timber.
  • Thermally broken sections. Now the profiles have a thermal break separating the inside and outside sections, the thermal efficiency and transmittance is much improved and matches timber values.
  • Turnaround time. Aluminium is factory manufactured on large scales and has a turnaround on standard colours of only 5 – 10 days. So if you need a system fast then Aluminium is a good choice


  • Not easy to repair damage. If the product gets damaged then repairing is not as easy as timber. Usually it would mean replacing the whole section/panel.
  • Changing the colour is not easy. if you fancy a change from the original colour then Aluminium products are not the easiest to coat. If can be done but the process is different to timber and you wont get that factory finish again.