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30 in. x 80 in. 6-Panel Stain Ready Solid Wood Interior Closet Bi-fold Door

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Why not give your home a designer custom look with 2 in. solid, prime wood plantation styled bi-fold doors. These doors are ready to install and are offered in three styles, the Louver/Louver, Louver/Panel and the 6 Panel. The Louver/Louver has 2 in. slats across the top and bottom with a mid-cross rail. The Louver/Panel has 2 in. slats across the top with a beveled panel bottom and a mid-cross rail. The 6 Panel has 3 beveled panels on each of the bi-fold panel doors with cross rails separating the 3 panels. Doors can be used in interior areas of your home such as closet doors, panty doors and laundry and storage room doors as well as pass-through areas.

  • 30 in. x 80 in.
  • Constructed of radiata pine wood
  • Fashionable 6-panel construction
  • Available in 8 behr paints, 8 minwax stains, primed or stain ready finishes
  • Ships directly to the customer within 7 days
  • Ready to install, heavy duty track, matching door knobs and hardware included, no other hardware is required to install
  • Opens left or right
  • Height can be adjusted up to 3/4 in. using the hardware provided
  • For 60 in. wide opening, use two (2) 30 in. units

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Country of origin and VOC information

This question is from 24 in. x 80 in. 6-Panel MinWax Cherry Solid Wood Interior Closet Bi-fold Door
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Where are these doors manufactured? Also do they off-gas? I am looking for low- VOC, formeldahyde free doors.
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July 18, 2016
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Our doors are manufactured in Chile in a facility with the FSC certification. They are radiata pine wood. The door you are asking about has a MinWax stain so you should ask MinWax if you have additional questions.
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I have a rough opening of 30" what size bifold should I buy

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May 10, 2016
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You should purchase a 30x80 door. Actual size is 29.75x78.75, made for a 30x80 opening.
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How much can be trimmed from ht., have only an 81 inch tall rough opening.

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May 4, 2016
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The door is made for an opening 80" to 80-5/8" tall. You do not need to trim any off the door.
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Rails and stiles same thickness?

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Are these doors constructed in the traditional, accepted manner, with the rails and stiles machined to the same thickness, be it 1-1/16 or 1-1/8 in. or whatever, so they match up on the same plane when joined? The picture appears to show some odd mismatch between the rails and stiles, with the rails machined thinner than the stiles. If so, why? Hardly the traditional look of a panel door. See photo for example of preferred machining (photo shows only the top panels).
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April 16, 2016
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The rails and stiles match up on the same plane when joined.
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