Home Depot Interior French Doors

Home Depot Interior French Doors

Separate Your Rooms With Stylish Interior Doors At The Home Depot, we have a huge selection of interior doors available to you. Here you’ll find innovative closet door ideas. Sliding doors can save you space. Enhance your decor with a traditional or modern interior doors. You can also build and design your door from a variety of manufacturers to get the special look you want.The most common and popular sizes are available online. Or, you might want to get something special for your rooms, like an interior glass door or special-order wood door. Any door you can’t find online, visit your local store to discuss custom options or for installation services.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

Feather River Door Company There are many reasons why over a million of our doors are in homes just like yours. Feather River Door Company is an industry leader in high-quality, energy efficient entry doors, patio doors and interior doors that offer superior durability and enduring beauty. With Feather River doors, you can be assured that your new door has passed a rigorous quality inspection for both appearance and performance. Most of all, you can count on a warm welcome every time you step into your home. Exterior & Entry Doors Experience what our award winning fiberglass exterior entry doors have to offer. Durability and energy efficiency of fiberglass. Hand stained finish with hand crafted decorative glasses for a major curb appeal. Available at The Home Depot. Visit Door Builder for all collections & options. New Products! Metro&#0153 Collection Pet Door Collection More Additions What’s New Subscribe to RSS headline updates from: Powered by FeedBurner
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

At The Home Depot, we have a huge selection of interior doors available to you. Here you’ll find innovative closet door ideas. Sliding doors can save you space. Enhance your decor with a traditional or modern interior doors. You can also build and design your door from a variety of manufacturers to get the special look you want.The most common and popular sizes are available online. Or, you might want to get something special for your rooms, like an interior glass door or special-order wood door. Any door you can’t find online, visit your local store to discuss custom options or for installation services.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

There are many reasons why over a million of our doors are in homes just like yours. Feather River Door Company is an industry leader in high-quality, energy efficient entry doors, patio doors and interior doors that offer superior durability and enduring beauty. With Feather River doors, you can be assured that your new door has passed a rigorous quality inspection for both appearance and performance. Most of all, you can count on a warm welcome every time you step into your home.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

Feather River Door Company There are many reasons why over a million of our doors are in homes just like yours. Feather River Door Company is an industry leader in high-quality, energy efficient entry doors, patio doors and interior doors that offer superior durability and enduring beauty. With Feather River doors, you can be assured that your new door has passed a rigorous quality inspection for both appearance and performance. Most of all, you can count on a warm welcome every time you step into your home.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

Shop Interior Doors Pre-Hung Doors Comes with hinges in it’s own frame, ready to fit into your doorway Bi-Fold Doors A great option for closets, bi-fold doors fold in or out to open up space Slab Doors Just the door- no hinges, knobs, or frame. A great blank slate for quick updates.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

So this week, I installed a new set of french doors out to the back patio at my Mom’s house here in downtown Hamilton (that’s Grandma Money Mustache to you). There was already a set of circa-1992 doors in place, but one of them had partially rotted away due to repeated water and insect exposure. Plus, both doors tended to develop fog between their glass panes in winter. When you add in the fact that this area has a rainy climate with fairly cold snowy winters, we figured it would be quite a significant upgrade to pop in a set of new steel-clad glass doors with energy-star insulation rating and low-E/Argon-filled glass panes, solving all the problems in one go.
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Home Depot Interior French Doors

Just curious, are these actually considered French doors? All the french doors I’ve seen were paneled glass, not one big piece. I even looked up the definition and each one mentioned panels.
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The funny part of all of this was that the door system was in perfect condition from my perspective. When installing big doors like this, I always start by unpackaging them and removing both doors from their hinges anyway, allowing precise leveling and screwing of the frame without the heavy doors constantly swinging around and getting in the way. So we rolled it out to the parking lot, took off the doors, pried apart the four pieces of wood that form the jamb, and laid everything into the back of my van for easy transportation. This provided additional time savings, since it normally takes some serious work (and two strong, tall people) to load a double door onto a roof rack and secure it for a long drive and then unload it at the other end.
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Funnily enough, I am getting new French doors put in in a couple of weeks time. Unfortunately the opening is custom sized and the doors have to be custom made to order, meaning little room for haggling.
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Funnily enough, I am getting new French doors put in in a couple of weeks time. Unfortunately the opening is custom sized and the doors have to be custom made to order, meaning little room for haggling. The last time I tried haggling was when I bought a film SLR (can you tell it was a long time ago…) in cash. Somehow I managed to get talked into a £20 discount and a free flash (that I didn’t really need) if I signed up to some stupid extended warranty scheme that cost more than the discount :-/
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Ooh, great tips! We are going to need to replace our back door eventually, and this will come in handy. And right now, my husband is building up our hall closet. It was a “cubby” with a very-badly installed “arch” – in 1976, I guess someone really wanted our 1947 house to look like it was built in the 20’s. Anyway, he’s been busy removing an old pipe that was part of the old underhouse heating system, taking out the arch, framing the door, drywalling the interior and exterior, installing electrical and lighting (he’s going to put our WiFi/computer stuff on a shelf in there). Once the shelves are up: gonna have to buy and hang the doors. This will help us negotiate to find the bifold doors.
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A French door is just a door with glass the whole length. These are single pane, but you can get a lot of different styles of pane. You’re probably most used to seeing the 9-pane, or “9-lite” style. Usually your choice in this kind of doorway is a French door or a slider, or a single door with side lights.
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From there, things got even better. We started sliding the door out onto the cart. The thing about French doors is that they are heavy glass and steel units attached to a thin and flimsy wooden frame. Without the packaging materials, everything flops all over the place in a very frightening way. Although GMM and I were cheerful and patient with the situation, the department manager became very apologetic upon seeing how “broken” the whole thing looked as we eased it on to the cart, and he offered additional discounts.  In the end, he priced the door at $260, less than half of the regular price!
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I will be checking out the door brand mentioned in this post but am looking for other brands to compare. I have shallow eaves, live in N Cal where there can be driving rain and with a south facing aspect, direct sun that makes it too hot for wimpy me to sit on the deck. I had French doors put in place of windows, they leaked and warped the wood floor. I had fiber glass clad slider put in but it let water into the trough and I don’t know where else so the bottom wood panel on the inside side of the fixed panel rotted. I did a hasty caulk job, where I don’t think I was supposed to have to, in order to at least slow down the degradation until I decide what to do (so far it’s been a couple of years of trying to decide.)
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Step 1: carefully review your old door – measure the brick opening, the size of the doors, etc. Take off the interior trim and measure the frame in there. Buy a door to match the size, leaving at least 1/2″ of space on each side (most patio door sets are designed to fit within a 72″ x 80″ rough opening).