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36 in. x 80 in. 2-Panel Solid Core Unfinished Arch Top V-Grooved Knotty Pine Single Prehung Interior Door

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Knotty Pine is a beautiful hardwood specie known for its pale brown hue with occasional reddish brown streaks. Our Knotty Pine doors are solid wood providing energy efficiency and sound quality. They are Prehung making installation quick and easy. Enhance the overall look of your home today with the natural look and feel of a Knotty Pine door.

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  • Prehung on 4-9/16 in. jambs, ready to install
  • Unfinished doors and jambs, allows you to select and apply the colors you want
  • Engineered wood stiles and rails to reduce warping
  • Single-bored for lockset
  • Left-hand inswing - from the outside, the door opens toward the inside of the room with the hinges on the left (the knob will be on the right)
  • Nickel hinges
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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The bore is described as a lockset. Does this mean it will include two holes, one for the knob and another for a deadbolt?

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As my doors are interior, I do not want a hole for a deadbolt. How can I specify this?
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