Louvered bi-fold doors question
Our current louvered bi-fold doors that cover the laundry area are louvered on the top half and solid on the bottom half. In a remodel, we're looking at just the reverse - louvered on the bottom and solid, with opaque glass, on top (the glass will match some cabinetry glass). Is there a reason laundry doors are louvered on the top, such as allowing heat to escape (since heat rises), or is this just a matter of personal preference? Do they need to be louvered at all? The laundry area is only 4' deep x 6' wide (the doors are 5' wide), so I wonder about the heat issue.