Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 13
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rlk Thin plastic and cheap
While I wasn't up for staining wood doors myself I thought I'd take a short cut and order MORE EXPENSIVE doors. Don't. They are flimsy and just weak doors that barely muffle the sound of my washer and dryer. I see why samples aren't in the stores. Buyer beware. Just stain the wood doors yourself.
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Palaranda Good and easy fitting bi-door
Shipment arrived in tact within a couple of days and with all the parts required, with no damage whatsoever. Well securely packed.
The golden Oak look in the Bi-fold door is exceptionally good and is well made.
First I screwed the top rail in (using my own screws) then I used a plumb weight and connected it at the top and in the middle of the top track, thus finding the exact position for the lower bracket and screwed that in (again using my own screws)
My laundry room is 79 inches by 30 inches and the bi-fold door is 78-5/8 inches so I cut one inch off the lower part of the bi-fold using a bench power saw after removing the caps first and then replacing them in the same order. Rechecked the altered size and it just slotted into the frame. It suited me to first fit the pivot bolt into the bottom track channel and then inserting one top pivot into the hole in the top track. Having said that, you can fit the door either way, it was just my preference and I found that easier.
The Bi-door slides effortlessly to the open and closed positions. The attached photo was taken in the extremely restricted area right in front of the door as I just could not get any further back to get more of it in the frame.
. The cut was nice and clean, the caps easy to remove and replace and the quality of this bi-fold door is excellent.
April 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by HiloDIYer Looks good but flimsy
These doors look nice, and they are pretty easy to install. They aren't very solid, however, and I'm seriously questioning their durability. They feel flimsy when opening and closing. I'm doubting they were the appropriate purchase for a teenager's closet.
If you are looking for a simple bi-fold door/doors for your rental property, it will do fine. If you want something solid, that is going to last a long time, spend more money and get better quality.
July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Happyhomeownernow Good product for the price
Easy to install and very bright white. To match our trim we painted the doors and it required a coat of primer to get go adhesion, but outcome was very nice.
April 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bob Nice Looking Doors
Finish on these composite doors is not too deep and can wear off if rubbed a lot. Time will tell how they hold up. I wanted something that didn't require staining and finishing.
April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by coachh Easy Installation
All parts were there but I ended up using my own screws as tightening the screws just by hand into the door made them ream out. Screws have too soft a head. Otherwise, installation was easy and the door glides easily without strain on any part.
March 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed TERRIBLE PRODUCT...CHEAP PLASTIC...NOT COMPOSITE!
The was supposed to be a composite door. It was PLASTIC!!! A very poor cheap plastic that would fracture and break with the slightest bump. My grandchildren's toys are made of better plastic than that.
So disappointed with the quality as well as how it was advertised which was very misleading. TERRIBLE PRODUCT!
January 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by SeattleSparky So-so quality
I was disappointed to see painted over grit all over the upper panel and plastic construction throughout. This will not fit a 79" opening because all of the hardware combined takes up another inch plus 78 1/2"s of door itself. When I trimmed off the bottom end to make it work within my 79" opening, the plastic splintered everywhere and needs repair at this point. Wish there was another option at this size door, but sadly there isn't. If you need to replace a door with this opening, search high and low before ordering this, you'll be disappointed with appearance, quality and it's value. Overall they go up pretty simply like all bi-fold door options, an upper track is screwed overhead, lower pivot bracket screwed to the jamb, then tuck your folded door towards the bracket and slip the spring loaded top pivot into it's slot. I took out a pocket door and framed in the door opening to fit the specified opening only to find I still needed to take off an inch because of the mis-informed specificiations.
May 31, 2015