Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 173
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gary Fast. Easy. Looks and works great!
Good value. Easy install. Looks and works great! I'd use this door sgain.
July 1, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by VegasAgent Looks fine, lightweight.
These look nice. Used them on his and hers closets, double doors. They are made from easily-scratched pressboard so make sure you paint them right away. I removed the hinges before painting. I saw some reviews said the door handles can spin. Well, make sure you drill the holes slightly smaller than the screw size--just like the instructions say, works fine. These operate very smoothly and easily.
May 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DonF Great value
Great price and value. Easy to install, instructions easy to follow.
January 14, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by pnygrl Seriously?
Good looking door, reasonable price, but when I unpacked the 32 in bi-fold door, I discovered it had a 36 in track. I took the track back to the store, and was informed that "that's just the way they come....you have to cut it." When I pointed out that cutting it would remove the hole at the end necessary to secure the track to the frame, the response was, "I guess you have to drill a new one." Seriously? The instructions do not indicate that you must alter the track prior to installation, and that all you need for installation is a screwdriver and hammer. Now I need a hack saw and a drill bit. It's not ready to ready to install. Very disappointed.
July 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JCZ1 Jeld Wen Bi-Fold doors made of pressed cardboard
The surrounding core of these doors are made of pressed cardboard material. For a remodel, or new application the movement of the stationary hardware installed top and bottom of these doors gave some wear to the factory pre-drilled holes in this core. As a professional I would expect this to wear over time and need repaired. I had to cut one door bottom per new carpet height and it did not last and had to be benched for a sound 1 1/2 actual wood core replacement. Door is garbage. Would not use again. Shop for better quality.
April 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ldddd bifold closet doors
It will take a while before I know If I truly like these doors. I previously had metal doors with slat breathing wholes that were a horrible pain to clean and the doors rusted near the louvres. I am hopping thius door will live a long happy life in my home looking beautiful (as it does because I was able to paint it to match the trim with a paint that is cleanable with a rag and water). I believe this is going to be a great purchase. He had to add a header wall because to get a door the write width it was way to short unless I special ordered which would be way to expensive (but that was the builders fault not yours)
July 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by fkdjr1 This product has unbelievably poor quality
Homedepot is a very nice place overall. But, some of their products simply do not work out. The reason for this is unbelievable poor quality sometimes and I must admit it is infrequent. These closet doors are poorly manufactured. They have a great difficulty aligning properly even with multiple purchase attempts. I found that even the dimensions specified were off enough to demand product replacement. To think that you can go to this store and simply purchase and install successfully is incorrect. I had a good carpenter assist me in my efforts and he agreed with my poor quality assessment of these doors. He had a lot of experience with this product thus he would know.
I was going to purchase sixteen of these doors in my house upgrade efforts. Thank god I did not. I have learned to "look before you leap" when it comes to Homedepot. Purchase them at your own risk!!
March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Chad Plesantly Surprised
I needed these doors for a basement remodel, and was very leery about buying them based on the many poor reviews I had read here. I decided to go with them anyway because I couldn't beat the price.
I had to cut two inches off of the bottom of each door. I have read reviews saying that this was impossible, but I did it very easily with a circular saw. I made sure to tape the edges to try to protect the cut from fraying the cardboard, and it worked fine. I took the one inch bottom piece from the cut off piece and glued it back into the bottom. The instructions did say that trimming these doors voids the warranty, but for the price, I'll risk it.
I did take the time to glue in the plastic track roller and pins so they don't come loose over time.
Maybe I got lucky, but I had no problems with spinning nobs. drilled the holes and snugged them up, no problems.
All of the hardware and anything needed for installation was included. It was very easy to install and looks great painted.
I gave these doors a 4 and not a 5 because I don't know how they will hold up over time. They've only been up for a week or so, so I'll have to see if I have any future problems like warping of hardware loosening up. So far so good, and I have been pleasantly surprised.
August 28, 2016