Rated 5 out of 5Â by dogsbestfriend kit saved the day
used to fit all ready purchased foldding door but had lost some of fitting kit . not many kits about good old screwfix saved the day. fairly easy to fit.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Dad2four Easy to use
Overall quality better than expected - the plastic door knobs is ugly. Easy to install after lineng the components up on a table and reading the instructions. I used this kit to cabinet doors and I'm sure it will work for many years.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by RSCarpentry Easily done
I fitted 3 of these door sliders in under 5 hours.
These were THE EASIEST I have fitted (others taking almost twice the time) and I would recommend these to others.
Admittedly the instructions are a little bit off and annoying but with a little common sense you will find these easy enough to fit.
Commenting on the previous review about the gap at the top of the doors after fitting: Of course there will be a gap at the top as there must be a place to fit the rail... the rails should be fitted then a architrave or cover moulding should be fitted to cover this. that is how they are.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by webphobic nuggets
For Â£22 what you get is a length of extruded aluminium some blocks of nylon really cheap screws and some bits which will probably break if you are too enthusiastic with the hammer.Oh yes, some instructions you might as well throw in the bin.It doesn't look pretty when it is up with a massive gap at the top between the door and track because the bolts securing the nylon blocks stick out too far to be able to adjust the door to look like it might actually work as a door and not a bit of wood you have hastily stuck there.If you do buy this IGNORE the part of the instructions where it says" to work out the door width you divide the total opening by 2 then subtract 6mm giving you the correct door size"This will give you a massive overall clearance of 12mm that is if your lucky and your door frame is straight and you haven't accidentally cut too much off.I recommend subtracting 3mm off the divided width, you need some clearance for the door to open and shut and if it is too big then at least you can plane some off.The method for working out the height doesn't seem to work either but after spending Â£50 on block board I haven't the stomach to spend another Â£50 so there will just have to be an enormous gap at the bottom to let the mice run about unheeded.Good luck.