How New Bifold Doors Can Reduce Your Energy Bills

A fact that lots of people don’t know is that bifold doors can help to reduce your energy bills. The UK is among the least energy-efficient countries in Europe, so it’s important to begin changing the way we use light in our homes.

Increased levels of natural light won’t just reduce your energy bills, they’ll also improve your health. If you have more sunlight shining into your home then you’re likely to feel happier and more awake.

So how does installing bifold doors reduce your energy bills? Keep reading to find out how they can reduce your energy wastage and save you money.

Let in natural light

Bifold doors have large panes of glass, which let in a great deal of light throughout the day. If you use your doors to light your property instead of turning on your lights, you’ll notice your energy bills go down.

Bifold doors are good insulators

Unlike normal windows, bifold doors have a polyamide thermal break, which insulates them by preventing heat from passing through the frames.

You’ll find that your home stays warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer, meaning that you’ll use less energy on heating, fans and air conditioning.

Another great advantage to doors with polyamide thermal breaks is that you’ll get less condensation an damp in your home.

Enjoy the summer breeze

Aside from insulation, there are other ways bifold doors can keep your home cool. Instead of just opening a window, you can open the whole bi-fold door, pulling it back to let lots of air in. This will remove any need for fans or air con.

You don’t have to sacrifice style for energy efficiency

Bi-fold doors look stylish, there’s no denying it. Their long lengths of glass open out the space in your home and make it look amazing from both inside and out.

You don’t need to cut corners on style to reduce your energy bills – select a design that suits your home and it will look great and save you money for many years to come.

Evy Coe

Evy works for Quotatis as a Content Marketing Executive. She loves to write about interior design and help homeowners with their DIY projects.