Trade Price Conservatories Launch Bi-Fold Doors Range

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Trade Price Conservatories announce the launch of bi folding interior doors to their home improvement product range.

Bi Fold Doors

After successfully adding the windows and exterior doors range, bi-fold doors was a natural progression. Our range of bi fold doors allow a great deal of flexibility to be added to any room in your home and are perfect for adding partitions to divide a large room into separate sections.

Trade Price Conservatories have today launched their new range of bi fold doors to compliment their extensive home improvement product range.

Nationally recognised for their DIY Conservatories range, Trade Price have successfully branched out into windows, exterior doors and now interior bi folding doors.

Their new range of internal bi folding doors are manufactured from uPVC and come in a range of styles from 3 leaf to 7 leaf designs depending on the coverage required and can be chosen to match the existing style of your own. Bi fold doors have become increasingly popular as home owners seek to add a modern touch to their homes

Owner Karl Muspratt commented: "After successfully adding the windows and exterior doors range, bi-fold doors was a natural progression. Our range of bi fold doors allow a great deal of flexibility to be added to any room in your home and are perfect for adding partitions to divide a large room into separate sections."

Trade Price have flourished throughout 2009 in spite of the global recession. The downturn in the property market has not put people off improving their own homes, people are investing money in improving their existing homes rather than moving, a trend Trade Price has certainly been able to take advantage of.

Trade Price Conservatories are a leading supplier of DIY conservatories, windows and doors nationwide in the UK. To see their range of home improvement products including the 'buy now pay 2010' range of conservatories, see the company website at http://www.tradepriceconservatories.com

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