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JELD-WEN 30 in. x 80 in. Molded Smooth 3-Panel Craftsman Primed White Solid Core Composite Single Prehung Interior Door


30 in. x 80 in. Molded Smooth 3-Panel Craftsman Primed White Solid Core Composite Single Prehung Interior Door

$16309 /each
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Product Overview

Jeld-Wen Molded Interior doors now include a true Craftsman style door with flat panels and Craftsman sticking. These doors reflect the clean, unadorned, balanced design created over a century ago. They are the perfect choice for Bungalow or Craftsman style homes yet their clean, geometric lines also make them increasingly popular with contemporary style homes as well. Solid core construction reduces sound transmission by up to 50 percent (compared to a hollow flush door). It also helps prevent the dents and dings of daily life. One way Jeld-Wen supports sustainable construction is by using recycled materials in the production of our Molded Interior doors. In fact, these molded door skins are made using 80% recycled content.

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  • Pre-hung door on flat jamb is ready for installation
  • Right-hand is when the knob is on the right and the door opens toward you
  • Smooth surface is primed and ready to paint
  • Doors must be finished on all 6 sides
  • Matching bi-folds also available
  • Trimmable allowance of 1/2 in. from door height and width (1/4 in. from each side)
  • 5-Year limited warranty
  • Click here to check out our project guide on installing an interior door

Info & Guides

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Door Height (in.)
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375 in
Door Width (in.)
Jamb Size (in.)
Rough Opening Height (In.)
82.438 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
32.0625 in


Bore Type
Single Bore
Bore offset
Color Family
Core Type
Solid Core
Core Type
Door Handing
Door Jamb Type
Flat Jamb
Door Type
Interior Prehung
No Additional Features
Finish Type
Frame Material
Hinge Finish
Hinge Type
Panel Type
3 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Fire rating
Manufacturer Warranty
5-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do these doors have real wood jambs or are they mdf? I need this door with a pine or fir jamb

Asked by: Ryan
The jambs on mine are wood.
Answered by: alf
Date published: 2017-05-25

Can a towel bar be attached to this door?

if so, what type of fasteners should be used?
Asked by: Nicole
Any after market additions are up to you. Please check the specifications of the installation instructions for your door hanger to make sure it will work on this type of door. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: YourJELD-WENTeam
Date published: 2017-02-21

I want to replace the door hinges. Are they 3" or 4?

I want to replace the door hinges. Are they 3" or 4?
Asked by: ChrisF
For the Molded 3-Panel Craftsman Interior Door JELD-WEN uses 3.5 inches X 3.5 inches 5/8 Radius hinges. Thank you for your inquiry.
Answered by: YourJELD-WENTeam
Date published: 2017-05-09

What paint should I buy for trim work to match this "brilliant white" they painted my interior do...

What paint should I buy for trim work to match this "brilliant white" they painted my interior doors?
Asked by: layla
JELD-WEN uses Home Depot's BEHR satin water base paint when we prefinish doors. Please contact your local Home Depot store for color match, ordering and availability. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: YourJELD-WENTeam
Date published: 2017-03-02
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Customer Reviews

30 in. x 80 in. Molded Smooth 3-Panel Craftsman Primed White Solid Core Composite Single Prehung Interior Door is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Shoddy Workmanship and finish We loved the style of these doors and ordered 16 of them, sight unseen. That was a huge mistake. Two of the door slabs are unusable as they warped so badly that that dont close properly. A couple or the frames are cracked which we didn't notice right away and I will now have to determine how to repair them. The finish on the doors is substandard, at best, and we spent hours sanding and repriming. The hinge and latch plate pockets are milled at different depths and had to be remilled or shimed to make the doors fit correctly. Several of the hinge screws were either stripped or inserted at an angle. The door stops were not firmly attached and some were misaligned. If all of Jeld-Wens doors are of this quality, I will never buy another.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the best door, definitely a poor frame. This door is ok, but not a high quality door. There is no latch side bevel, making for quite a large gap between door and frame. The frame included in this package is a poor quality frame, it has a very flimsy surface applied stop with cracks showing all along. I would expect at this price to have a decent interior door frame as well. Not a very cheap one. I will be throwing the door frame away and building my own from decent jamb-legs, then re-evaluating the replacement of the remainder of the doors in the house.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We ordered 2 of these (plus a double for the pantry). These doors are VERY heavy but that's ok a... We ordered 2 of these (plus a double for the pantry). These doors are VERY heavy but that's ok as they are solid core (composite). I install my doors with door-off-jamb so weight is not a concern. However - make sure you install the longer screws in the center upper 2 hinges or the door weight will cause it to pull away at the top. The jambs are well-built but the door stops are full length so you will likely need need to cut them to accommodate whatever floor height you have. I've seen other doors where the door stop is shorter so it's not an issue with some doors but it will be with this one. Now about shipping. Ordered April 28. Received May 25. Other reviews indicated shipping does take a very long time. Believe it. It's my fault for not paying attention to the estimated shipping time and I therefore had to wait to finish my project - so that's on me. The message here is to take the long ship time into consideration. I was also expecting a call from the shipping company so I could make arrangements but they showed up unannounced a day early because they happened to have the doors on the truck and were already in the area. That is fine and my wife was home to accept but the communication was a little broken there. Is this Home Depot's problem? It certainly is because they choose who ships. But like I said - all is well that ends well.
Date published: 2017-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The quality of these Jeld-Wen prehung doors is terrible for a number of reasons: Wait Time and Po... The quality of these Jeld-Wen prehung doors is terrible for a number of reasons: Wait Time and Poor Packaging: I ordered two prehung doors (a 30x80 and 28x80) that took five weeks to arrive at my local HD. One of the doors was so badly damaged upon arrival that HD had to reorder it, which took another month to get. Poorly constructed jambs: I ordered the doors with finger jointed pine jambs, but the factory uses MDF door stops glued to the jamb, so there is no way to remove the door stop for fine adjustment of the gap--a normal thing to do when hanging doors. Quality prehung doors have pine door stops tacked onto the jamb with a couple staples for easy removal and adjustment. Also, the header jamb was glued and stapled to the legs off center by 1/8" to where the door stop is not even all the way around, creating an uneven gap when the door is closed and a noticeable, ugly jog in the door stop. I ended up having to disassemble the jamb, realign it, and reassemble it to get everything lined up correctly, but I paid Jeld-Wen for a prehung door so I wouldn't have to spend the time doing that. Terrible Hinge Routing and Stripped Screws: When the reordered door finally arrived, I found that all three hinges were routed at different depths than each other, and one was routed at an angle. In order to get the door gap even and to stop the door from binding, I ended up removing the upper and lower hinges and bending the ears in a vice, along with shimming behind the hinges. When checking the center hinge screws that go into the door, I found two of them to be stripped. Very shoddy workmanship. Incorrect Jamb Size: On one of the doors the header jamb was cut too long by almost 1/8", resulting in an almost 1/4" door gap on the striker side compared to the proper 1/8" gap on the hinge side and on the header jamb. Having the uneven gap looks like garbage, and the cap is so wide that I can see light between the door and the door stop when the door is shut. I will have to disassemble this jamb too, cut down the header jamb, reroute the rabbit and cut a new miter in the door stop, and reassemble the jamb. Conclusion: It would have taken less time and been far cheaper for me to order the door slabs and build my own jambs, and the quality would have been four times nicer. Why is Jeld-Wen charging so much for such shoddy craftsmanship, and why can't they teacher their employees how to use a tape measure, jig, and a router? I didn't have time to build my own jambs for this project, and for the price of these doors I expected the jambs to be correctly cut and assembled and the hinges to be properly routed within reason. Instead, I received two doors that each had major problems, and one of those doors to over 2 months for me to receive, delaying the project. This is the first and last time I will buy anything made by Jeld-Wen. I recommend you use another manufacturer, even if you have to pay a little more for quality.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have never bought an interior door. I'm remodeling a bathroom and have purchased all building m... I have never bought an interior door. I'm remodeling a bathroom and have purchased all building materials and fixtures from HD. I have been very pleased with all all on-line purchases, so I I ordered this door on line. It is exactly the door pictured on line and I am very happy.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beautiful doors, seamless order and delivery. Unfortunately the measurements listed... Beautiful doors, seamless order and delivery. Unfortunately the measurements listed on the website do not actually coincide with the measurements of the doors. Long story short the doors don't fit even after following the measuring instructions provided by Home Depot.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Jeld Wen build quality terrible As a previous homebuilder with nine years of experience, I have an eye for quality and attention to detail. I waited awhile to review these but shouldn't have. I purchased 14 doors. They were on sale at the time and my wife and I had purchased these solid core craftsman doors to replace the hollow core ones in our home we are slowly remodeling. The doors arrived on a skid and completely wrapped in plastic which made them impossible to view for damage. We accepted them and brought them home. I began to install them and noticed exposed trim nails first. Not a problem as I figured I would just break them off and hammer them in and wood fill. Then I noticed a warped door, so I put that one for a closet door. The sticking is also barely tacked on and not square as the previous reviewers had mentioned. The sticking is also bowed so the door does not seal square against it. I also believe the strike plate is bored incorrectly so when you install a lock set the door rattles inside the strike. Make sure to get adjustable strikes with the bend tab so the door will close silently. Some doors have the hinges inset inside the door cleanly following the hinge, while a few are simply screwed to a bored out rectangular inset. While the doors are a huge improvement to the standard flat hollow-core doors we had, the price of these doors is high considering the build quality. They don't have these in stock in the store so be careful ordering and know that they will be flawed and need repairs once purchased. I'll try to add some images later if possible.
Date published: 2013-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK but not good enough I bought these doors when they were on sale. So, no comlaint on the design and quality of the door itself compared to the price I paid. One thing that gave me trouble was misalgnment of the pre-bored holes for the door lock on the door and the door jamb. They are misalgned by about 3/16" - just about the gap between the door top and the door rail. They may have forgotten this gap and just set their machine to cut the slots and holes at the same position on the door itself and the door jamb. I am very disappointed that such a big company can make such a simple mistake.
Date published: 2013-12-19
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