Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 60
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maggie Great doors for my multi-purpose hallway closet
Doors shipped quickly and arrived in good condition. Thanks to good contractors they are up and look great! Exactly what I was looking for. Doors are a little squeaky but I plan to put some WD40 on them and it should take care of that.
September 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Historian A great choice for a closet door!
We are building a new closet in our basement, and needed a good closet door for it. This Home Fashion Technologies door was a great choice. Some people have complained that these doors are made of plastic over a metal frame. Personally, I see that as a good thing. We've had a wooden louvered bi-fold door, and not only was it heavy, but a real pain to clean, because the dust tended to cling to the wood. This door has a slick surface that dust just wipes off of quickly. It is also much lighter weight than wood, so installing and using it is much easier. We are not quite done with the drywall of our new closet yet, so we have not got it installed yet, but if you follow the directions of the video and PDF provided here on Home Depot's product page, installation is a breeze. Unfortunately, the door did not come with instructions included. That is my only complaint about this door. Thanks Home Fashion Technologies, and Home Depot!
July 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cory A great looking decent quality door
The plastic looks better than I expected but I am not completely convinced on using plastic doors in most applications. The doors are lightweight which is a plus, but I wouldn't put these bifold doors in my living room where the doors get bumped by kids and such. Installation was pretty easy, took a little while to tweak the adjustment to get it to open smooth. The surface is definitely easy to clean and dust.
October 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Marian Perfect, I love it
These doors were easy to install. Just measure your opening and buy the doors that you need. For me, I have an unusual opening. I thought that I would have a problem since doors are usually 30x80 or 28x80 or 24x80 or whatever. My opening is 58in. Then I thought find a door that comes in 30x80 and 28x80. It looks beautiful and no one knows, but me and now all of you.
April 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by headhunter Wrong size
I thought when I ordered these it was a 32 inch wide door. Unfortunately it's only thirty inches wide. Twenty nine and a half if you measure it with a tape. Therefore I cannot install it. However, all the hardware you need to do the install comes with the kit. And the markings for the knob is dotted with a dot, so you don't have to guess where to put the hole. The slats are a little flimsy, but that's so you can replace them if one happens to break. It can be painted to match any color as well, so that's a plus. Appears to be durable as well. Would recommend this door.
August 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bonnie Bi-Fold Louvrred Door
Love this door! We couldn't close our small utility room door because our new washer and dryer took up too much space. This door solved our problem. It closes off the room and looks elegant too!!
September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jweisbart Stylish Door
This door is quite easy to install. I had it up in less than 15 minutes. You just screw the guide on the top of the door frame with 3 screws and attach the bottom piece (the side that will be fixed) to the bottom of the door frame flush with the floor. Then you just pop the door in, adjust the screws and when you're happy, tighten them. Finally, you drill a hole in the door for the knob. It opens and closes nicely.
March 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dale Pittsburgh Toilet Privacy
I installed this 30 in. x 80 in. 3 in. Louver/Louver White Composite Interior Bi-fold Door to provide privacy for our remodeled Pittsburgh toilet. It was easy to install in the 30 inch by 80 inch opening that I built into one wall. Word of caution, the screws that come with this unit are aluminum, therefore you must pre-drill all screw holes to prevent the screw heads from breaking off. Hang the track, centered in the opening, then install the base pivot plate at the bottom of doorway space, being careful to vertically center it with the track. Next, install the bottom pivot pin in the proper door hole to align with the top pivot pin. Lastly install the top two pins into the track, then pushing the door upward slip the the bottom pivot pin into the base plate. All that's left is the final adjustment to plumb the door. It works well, sliding smoothly in the upper track.Don't forget to install the pull knob, and of course I'm going to finish the trim after my walls are finished.
February 22, 2016