Model # THDJW160600147

Internet #202037481

Store SKU #311574

null 24 in. x 80 in. Colonial Primed Textured Molded Composite MDF Closet Bi-fold Door
0733254037743

24 in. x 80 in. Colonial Primed Textured Molded Composite MDF Closet Bi-fold Door

  • Raised panel styling brings classiness to your interior setting
  • Woodgrain surface provides a distinguished look
  • Partitions rooms and closets where a swinging door is impractical
$4597 /each

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Product Overview

  • Raised panel styling brings classiness to your interior setting
  • Woodgrain surface provides a distinguished look
  • Partitions rooms and closets where a swinging door is impractical
The 3-Panel Molded Interior door from JELD-WEN is perfectly suited to classic American architecture. The bi-fold door style helps to preserve valuable space and is perfect for places where a swinging door is impractical. This door has a woodgrain surface and adds a stylish accent to your home.
  • Bi-fold panel style matches the 6-panel interior door when fully closed
  • Matching slab and prehung passage doors also available
  • Textured woodgrain surface is primed and ready to paint
  • Doors must be finished on all 6 sides
  • Trimmable allowance of 1/2 in. from door height and width (1/4 in. from each side)
  • Backed by a 5-year limited warranty
  • Note: product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Raised panel styling brings classiness to your interior setting
  • Woodgrain surface provides a distinguished look
  • Partitions rooms and closets where a swinging door is impractical
Model #: THDJW160600147
Sku #: 311574
Internet #: 202037481

The 3-Panel Molded Interior door from JELD-WEN is perfectly suited to classic American architecture. The bi-fold door style helps to preserve valuable space and is perfect for places where a swinging door is impractical. This door has a woodgrain surface and adds a stylish accent to your home.

  • Bi-fold panel style matches the 6-panel interior door when fully closed
  • Matching slab and prehung passage doors also available
  • Textured woodgrain surface is primed and ready to paint
  • Doors must be finished on all 6 sides
  • Trimmable allowance of 1/2 in. from door height and width (1/4 in. from each side)
  • Backed by a 5-year limited warranty
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375 in
Door Width (in.)
24
Fits Opening Height (in.)
80 to 80 7/8
Fits Opening Width (in.)
24 to 24 3/8

Details

Color Family
Off-White
Color/Finish
Primed
Core Type
Hollow
Door Type
Bi-Fold
Features
Trimmable
Finish Type
Primed
Included
Hardware,Instructions
Material
Composite
Panel Type
6 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
27lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375 in
Door Width (in.)
24
Fits Opening Height (in.)
80 to 80 7/8
Fits Opening Width (in.)
24 to 24 3/8

Details

Color Family
Off-White
Color/Finish
Primed
Core Type
Hollow
Door Type
Bi-Fold
Features
Trimmable
Finish Type
Primed
Included
Hardware,Instructions
Material
Composite
Panel Type
6 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
27lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

what should I frame rough opening too

Asked by: David
rough opening for 72 x801/2
Answered by: pats
Date published: 2017-08-26

Can i trim doors to 72 inches

Asked by: Chuck
Yes it can be done. After cutting the bottom part removed the solid part & replace it onto the newly cut door. Make sure the door fit's the opening first, then with a sharp knife remove the solid part from the piece that you just cut off. refit it into the newly cut door use carpenter's wood glue & use wood clamps to hold it into place allowing it to dry. can also use small brad nails to hold it until dry. I have done this many times it works great just did three of the same type door its easy to do.( Be careful careful using a knife ) A wood chisel works great also. you can also cut a new solid piece from a 2 X 4 use the old one as a tempt let don't for get to drill the hole the exact size as the old one. Dan the man
Answered by: Dano
Date published: 2017-02-10

Can this be installed on tile floors?

I plan to install this over tile floors, does this need to be fastened or screwed to the floor? Or just the door frame?
Asked by: ktd
I was inquiring about the question of how to fasten the bottom of the door to a tile floor.
Answered by: Marsha
Date published: 2017-08-18

Is 48inch single door or 2 24inch doors ?

This model says 48inch. is this single piece of 48inch or two 24inch bifold doors ?
Asked by: nbp
4 12" panels
Answered by: VincentP
Date published: 2017-09-12
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Customer Reviews

24 in. x 80 in. Colonial Primed Textured Molded Composite MDF Closet Bi-fold Door is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 211.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We ended up purchasing four pairs of these when we remodeled. They have worked very well over the... We ended up purchasing four pairs of these when we remodeled. They have worked very well over the last year. They were easy to install and have held up to daily use. They are on the light side but the advantage of that is they do not need any support on the floor. They are basic but they work and we’ve been happy with them.
Date published: 2017-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The only problem is when you remove hinges to paint... The only problem is when you remove hinges to paint the doors. Since it's MDF screws don't hold well when I have reinstalled the hinges. Any suggestions??
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Several issues with this door. The 6 panel face of the doors came partially separated from the f... Several issues with this door. The 6 panel face of the doors came partially separated from the frame. I had to use a hot glue gun to reattach. The adjustable lower hardware that came with this larger door was too lightweight, and easily bent when extended to fit in the lower track. I had to drill an oversize hole and use the hardware from the doors that I was replacing because it was much sturdier.. Finally, lots of small defects and nicks that had to be sanded, filled and resanded. Way too much rework required for the expensive price they charge for this door. Our remodel was all 6 panel textured doors so we had no choice but to use the Jeld Wen but I would certainly consider and alternate supplier. Not a quality door for the price.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from no brace for the knob The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Door edges will cut open like it's not even wood which it isnt. Mounting hardware is worthless t... Door edges will cut open like it's not even wood which it isnt. Mounting hardware is worthless the screw is stuck halfway in because the screw head is now gone it's so poorly made. You'd think they could at least include a solid set of screws for installation. Now I need a dremel to cut one of them out so the door can slide open. Mounting hardware feels like it can fall off the wall with a good pull. Good luck! Maybe that's why real doors cost a few hundred instead of this cardboard.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from spinning knobs The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doors look good but came with a couple of problems. The holes for the hardware were drilled upsid... Doors look good but came with a couple of problems. The holes for the hardware were drilled upsidedown with the top holes too shallow, and the bottom holes too deep (this is with the small panels positioned at the top of the doors), I had to re-drill to accommodate the hardware. The doors together measured 47 1/2" across and I had a 48" opening, which meant that I could not put a 1/2" door jam on each side of the opening
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from spinning knobs The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
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