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Feather River Doors 66 in. x 81.625 in. Sapphire Patina Full Lite Unfinished Smooth Right-Hand Inswing Fiberglass Double Prehung Front Door
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Feather River Doors

66 in. x 81.625 in. Sapphire Patina Full Lite Unfinished Smooth Right-Hand Inswing Fiberglass Double Prehung Front Door

$109400 /each

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Product Overview

Feather River Doors Sapphire Full Lite is a Smooth Fiberglass Double Door with Patina Caming that is ready to paint. This door can be painted any color to match your homes decor. The Sapphire Collection has an elegant clear bevel center design with patina caming accented with glue chip and granite glass. This door has all the long lasting benefits associated with Fiberglass Doors, a great look, along with a load of Features and Benefits usually viewed as upgrades with other doors plus Energy Efficient and Energy Star Qualified. Door Spec: 64 in. x 80 in. Prehung Double Door with White Aluminum Astragal, 4-9/16 in. Primed Jamb, Right Hand Inswing, Double Bored Active and Inactive Door-Panels, Fits Rough Opening of 66-3/4 in. x 82-1/8 in.

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  • Fiberglass construction resists denting, rusting and rotting for durability in the elements
  • Polyurethane foam core provides energy-efficient insulation
  • Composite adjustable threshold and compression weather-strip help to prevent air and water infiltration
  • Sill-to-jamb kit and bottom door rail provide resistance to exterior jamb and door rot
  • Matching glass caming, sill and hinge finish add a stylish accent
  • Elegant clear bevel center design with patina caming accented with glue chip and granite glass
  • Smooth white surface with high-definition panel embossments can be painted to match your decor
  • Energy star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings (northern and north-central zones only)
  • Ball bearing hinges offer smooth operation and help to prevent door sagging and hinge wear
  • Triple-pane glass with patina caming is insulated and tempered for energy efficiency and safety
  • From outside, open towards the inside of the home with the hinges on the right
  • Requires a 66-3/4 in. x 82-1/8 in. rough opening for a secure fit
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Need to replace just the glass

Glass needed to replace'em
Asked by: Andres
You can order just the glass and lite frame for replacement. The glass is held in place by the two piece lite frame.
Answered by: Feather River Cust Serv
Date published: 2015-11-18

Any suggestions on where I can find a door handle/lock and matching dummy door handle/lock? Like the above picture. Thx!

Asked by: Kimmie112
Unfortunately the handlesets are just random images we have, not sure of the manufacturer or model numbers
Answered by: Feather River Cust Serv
Date published: 2016-11-21

Can you get matching (glass design) sidelites (full-length) with this Feather River design? I cu...

Can you get matching (glass design) sidelites (full-length) with this Feather River design? I currently have an old metal double-hung front door with two matching sidelites. Please advise. Thanks, George
Asked by: DIYMan
Unfortunately with this particular collection we do not offer a Double Door w- 2 Sidelites. We do offer other glass collections in this configuration setup as a special order.
Answered by: Feather River Cust Serv
Date published: 2016-11-18

Can one of the doors have a sliding lock at the bottom, like a French door?

Asked by: harryo
Not sure, I am assuming there is some type of lock that can be added to the door. This is a double door setup, the inactive panel as an astragal with flush bolts which engage into the top and bottom of the frame. Active door locks into the astragal with normal hardware.
Answered by: Feather River Cust Serv
Date published: 2016-08-11
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66 in. x 81.625 in. Sapphire Patina Full Lite Unfinished Smooth Right-Hand Inswing Fiberglass Double Prehung Front Door is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The doors themselves are nice. Quality control issue The doors are actually very nice. The problem we had was with the frame. The top of the frame was a half inch smaller than the bottom. When the brick moulding was installed they missed with one and blew out the left side jamb. Also they missed when shooting left jamb into the top of the frame and destroyed the door seal in that corner. Its funny that there is a notice on the door that it was quality checked and non returnable. I guess they need a quality control guy to check on the quality control guy.
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Looks nice, but doesn't close properly My door was installed by Home Depot's installation services. It looks nice, but it doesn't close properly. I don't believe it's a result of the installation, but more of a result of the quality of the door. The active panel of the door doesn't close tightly at the top of the door and doesn't seal well against the inactive panel. There is a plastic clip that doesn't allow the door to seal tightly. Also, the dead bolt does not work when you add the strike plate to the inactive panel. The adjustments behind the strike plate don't adjust enough so that the dead bolt will properly enter the inactive panel. In general, the doors don't seem to close tightly. There's a lot of play in them and I'm concerned that I'm going to have a lot of air intrusion this winter if I don't do something about it. Not what I would have expected with a new door. All in all, I'm disappointed with the door. If I were buying another door, I would select one that was of better quality. Would not recommend.
Date published: 2012-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Door. Fantastic Value. This is a great looking door. We shopped around at local door places and spoke with the local rep at HomeDepot, who thought very highly of FeatherRiver doors. We saw a lot of doors that were $2,500 - $3,200 that were roughly equivalent. This one is particularly nice in that the doors have 4 matching door/lock holes for great visual symetry. With the downside that it takes 2 complete locksets at $130-$140 each. The glass offers some privacy but not complete privacy with some clear beveled peices. This is great for letting in light. The instructions on adjusting the Astragal (the bar in the middle between the doors) were a bit unclear. But we were able to figure it out. UPS Freight called during delivery and stated they needed authorization (at $125 cost) to use a truck with a lift gate as it weighs 300 lb. We called the homeDepot.com help line and they sorted it out so that it was set right next to the garage door in the driveway at no extra charge as stated on line. Unfortunately, it was too tall to go in the garage door standing in the shipping crate. The door seals well and opens and closes nicely. The door came with installation instructions. We installed it ourselves with shims, 3-1/2" screws, caulk, spray foam, a level and a power screw driver. There were 3 of us and it took all day with removing the old door, installing the new one, reinstalling the trim, caulking and installing the locks. Definitely will take at least 2 strong people due to the size and weight.
Date published: 2012-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from High quality doors for a decent price I have had these doors for almost a year now. Overview: They are very heavy, and required two people for me to "tilt in." Once they were tilted in, I was able to do the rest by myself. They were not any more difficult to install than ordinary doors. Feather River did include (what I perceived to be) some quality features, such as instructions on how to trim the weatherstripping so the Astragal seals well. I felt that attention to detail had been paid to the sealing, and the quality of the materials was very good for what I paid. The good: I like the materials, the look, and the way the door seals. When light shines through the doors, it makes a pretty, sparkly pattern on the floor. Everyone who sees the doors on our house is immediately impressed and is compelled to make a comment. The bad: The glass is triple pane - each full lite appears to be fully sealed. They claim that the glass qualifies for energy star in all 50 states - but the glass is DEFINITELY not low-E. They say the glass is tempered, which means that I can probably install a film. I have not done this yet because I am not certain how the windows are sealed. I'd hate to over-heat the glass unit and have it break, or burst a seal. It is not clear to me how well the glass is insulated because I have no way to test. Also, the NFRC label did not come on the glass, so I am unaware of the stats. I do know that when the sun shines through the door, it is as warm on my hand as if I were in direct sunlight. Another bad is that the middle pane (the decorative glass) was slightly loose sandwiched between the two exterior plates of glass. This means that when you close the door, it rattles. This is actually quite annoying - but I have learned how to close it in such a way that I don't hear it anymore. I did call Feather River about this, and their customer support was willing to listen to me, but didn't really try to help. I suppose I could have pushed harder, but I decided to just live with it.
Date published: 2013-08-17
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