Forum Title: By pass closet doors 20 inch wide!
Good Afternoon, I have two by pass sliding closet doors that measure 20 wide X 77 long. The closet opening is 38. I have looked all over the place where I live for 20 slab doors I found 18 24 & up the price for these doors were around $30. I don't mind that price but the size will not fit. There use to be a rug down that was torn up & now there are tile so I have about a three inch gap. I could lower the doors but they are all scratched & chipped from coming off the track & the screws digging into them. I found one place on the internet ETO doors & sent them an email for unfinished doors 20X80 they want $570. but they are solid Mahogany & beautiful for the right house but not the one I own this is by far a show place. So I guess my question is does anyone know where I can find 20X80 slab doors?. Another thing I was thinking was to use kick plates to hide the chipped wood but I have to call for special orders & would rather just replace these. Any help would be great or ideas? One more thing I don't care if they are hollow I would rather them be hollow as the ones I got a price for are over 100 pds. each. Thank you! Will
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: EDUARDO MANNING (Modesto, CA), 01/02/2019

Try mcmastercarr.com. Search door weatherstripping and browse through. I'm not sure they have you exact size there, but you may get something that you can trim the width down.

- GINA SUTTON (Greenville, SC), 02/11/2019

If they're hollow core luan doors it might be cheaper/quicker to get 24 luan slabs and cut them down. You'll have to replace the style on the side you cut down - I usually rip a 2x to fit and glue/nail it in place.

- ISAAC SIMON (Sandy, UT), 02/15/2019

Quote: Originally Posted by marksr If they're hollow core luan doors it might be cheaper/quicker to get 24 luan slabs and cut them down. You'll have to replace the style on the side you cut down - I usually rip a 2x to fit and glue/nail it in place. Yes they are luan but how do u cut it first straight? I have a table saw but I would think it would chip the door?. Then u put a 2x what ever the thickness is?. I just can't understand why the door place on the Net, showed slab doors straight made of Luan like mine then sent me a price for solid mahogany. Truth be told I was just going to get some Kick panels & put one on top one on the bottom of both doors cut down but I may try you idea. Thank you! Will,

- Nick L (Huntersville, NC), 02/11/2019

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