We have a storage room, where a Water Heater, Forced Air compartments, and Electric box are installed as shown in Fig. 1. I am planning to install a wooden wall around all of these, which looks solid on the left hand-side that faces the main entrance to the room and comprises two adjacent Bifold doors (Fig. 2) in front of Water Heater and Forced Air compartments. This setup will allow us access the system in case of failure but covers them from outside. In order to accomplish this, I am thinking to install a L-shape lumber frame, for which one leg is fixed to the block-wall on the right hand-side of Fig. 1, and the other leg is fixed to the wall right behind of Water Heater. At the elbow, I am thinking to install a vertical lumber that is fixed to the floor and perhaps extended right to the top and fixed to the ceiling frame.
My concern is that I might be over-engineering this a bit and there might be a simpler solution other than a L-shape frame. My main goal is to have the entire construct very stable that upon opening and closing the Bifold door, the structure does not shake or budge.
I am considering Bifold doors because of ease of installation, as well as allowing air to flow through the blinds, letting the heating system cool off.
Thoughts, concerns, recommendations, and ideas are very welcome!