Installing bifold doors on a closet or other opening is a fairly simple DIY project. Depending on the width of the opening, one or two pairs of bifold doors may be needed.
To install bifold doors:
Watch this video to find out more.
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The first step to installing a bifold door is attaching the track to the header, or top, of the door frame. Next, you’ll need to install the lower pivot points on the floor directly below the track on either side of the opening. You’ll want to use a plumb bob to get the location just right.
The door then sets into the lower pivot point and snaps into the upper pivot in the track. The upper pivot can be adjusted along the track until the door is aligned properly.