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JELD-WEN 48 in. x 80 in. Woodgrain 6-Panel Hollow Core Molded Interior Closet Bi-fold Door
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JELD-WEN

48 in. x 80 in. Woodgrain 6-Panel Hollow Core Molded Interior Closet Bi-fold Door

$91.97 /each

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The 3-Panel Molded Interior door from JELD-WEN is perfectly suited to classic American architecture. The bi-fold door style helps to preserve valuable space and is perfect for places where a swinging door is impractical. This door has a woodgrain surface and adds a stylish accent to your home.

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  • Bi-fold panel style matches the 6-Panel interior door when fully closed
  • Matching slab and prehung passage doors also available
  • Textured woodgrain surface is primed and ready to paint
  • Doors must be finished on all 6 sides
  • Trimmable allowance of 1/2 in. from door height and width (1/4 in. from each side)
  • 5-Year limited warranty
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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What is the actual dimension of each side of doors? Currently the one I am replacing is 23.5x78.5. Will this door work?

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These doors should work.
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Can I stain these doors?

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Yes, but they will require sanding to remove the primer. These are really "paint grade" doors so the woodgrain may not be to your liking. They probably won't accept stain evenly either. I'd recommend trying a test on the back of the door first before proceeding.
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No you can't. They can only be painted. You need to buy solid wood doors if you want to stain.
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I currently have closet door that open out. I would like to switch to bifold doors

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What measurements do I need? How many bifold doors? And what about the tracks? Any info would be greatly appreciated as I am a total rookie at this.
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My opening is 48". Could I have the 4 panels open to just one side? Could you special order something like that?

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I want these doors to separate the toilet and shower from the double sink inside my bathroom. My opening is 48". I want to have these doors open most of the time, but just to the right side instead of opening at the center. Is it possible?
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Sunny, sorry to say but no because of manner in which bi-fold doors operate they have to be mounted to open to both sides VS to one side. If creating a separation is a "must" have than I suggest you look into using Accordion door http://www.homedepot.com/p/Spectrum-48-in-x-96-in-Express-One-Vinyl-White-Accordion-Door-EX4896WH/100465668 this comes in more than just white as well, but you may have to cut Read More
Sunny, sorry to say but no because of manner in which bi-fold doors operate they have to be mounted to open to both sides VS to one side. If creating a separation is a "must" have than I suggest you look into using Accordion door http://www.homedepot.com/p/Spectrum-48-in-x-96-in-Express-One-Vinyl-White-Accordion-Door-EX4896WH/100465668 this comes in more than just white as well, but you may have to cut the height down & that can be tricky. If opening height is only 80" that would be a lot to cut off. Look at http://www.homedepot.com/p/Spectrum-48-in-x-80-in-Elite-Vinyl-Satin-Silver-Accordion-Door-EL4880S/300067433 granted it's not m=white. Either way these have to be ordered & at a reasonable cost & installation labor. Since you have a shower that will create a steamy environment I'd use vinyl VS something using MDF which in my opinion should only be used where NO moisture is present. Read Less
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48 in. x 80 in. Woodgrain 6-Panel Hollow Core Molded Interior Closet Bi-fold Door is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 183.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some Installation Problems Two installation issues: 1.) I constructed the finished opening to 81-1/2 inches on the Jen Weld installation information that the height clearance had to be 1-1/2 inches. The door height is listed as 80 inches in many places, actually it is 79 inches so I had to add a 5/4 board to the top of the opening. 2.) I had to adjust the position of the upper pivot and then I couldn't get it to stay where I wanted it. Either the track or the pivot bracket deforms and the locking screw can easily be over-tightened. After that, the pivot can't be locked in place. I have encountered many Jen Weld bifold doors over the years and the locking screw that anchors the upper pivot location is always a problem. I replaced the pivot locking screw with a 2 inch wood screw and drilled a pilot hole through the track. I think it will hold but I shouldn't have to MacGyver a brand new one.
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Doors Basically anything produced by Jeld-Wen is junk and these bi-fold doors are no exception. I bought 6 of these doors to be hung in pairs to for 3 48" closet openings I have at home. 3 Months after hanging the doors and the tracks started to spread apart. Jeld-Wen advertises a 5 year warranty on these doors so I gave them a call to discuss the issue. I was instructed to send a copy of my receipt and I would hear back in 24 hours. 2 week later, no response from Jeld-Wen. I decide to call and when I finally got someone on the phone I was told that this is not a warranty issue because "we make all our door tracks like this." I was then told by the woman on the phone that "I'll look into it further and call you back today." It's been a week and still no call back, go figure. I'm now spening $59 each on Johnson Hardware replacement tracks to fix this doors. I bought 5 prehung doors from Jeld-Wen in addition to these bi folds. I can tell you that the prehungs are also junk but you can make those work. In fact, just about all the doors that home depot sell are junk so my recommendation is to go to your local lumber store and order quality doors from them. You'll thank yourself in the long run. I still have another half of my house to renovate that includes 6 prehung doors, 4 bifold doors, 2 entry doors, 1 fire door, and 1 patio french door. I will buy none of them from home depot or jeld-wen.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These are lower price-point products so they are lower quality in terms of materials and construc... These are lower price-point products so they are lower quality in terms of materials and construction. But they are still quite functional and acceptable for use in most houses. One fault that really should be corrected is that the center rail piece is hollow and should have a solid piece of wood in its core to accept wood screws to fasten surface mount knobs (such as for dummy passage sets). The thin surface veneer will not hold screws sufficiently to support such hardware and sometimes you don't want to thru-bolt the handle set.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to replace existing doors I was replacing a 30-yr old set of 48" bi-fold pantry doors. I removed the old track and hardware and replaced with new. Everything fit perfectly. Once I hung the doors, it only took a few minutes to adjust the level. I did make the mistake of installing the hardware on one of the doors upside down. Be careful not to do this as it is difficult to remove the hardware from the doors once installed. I was able to remove the hardware and re-install correctly without any damage to the hardware or the door. The new doors look great!
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from no brace for the knob The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from spinning knobs The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from spinning knobs The door is decent enough. (Let's face it, they are their cheapest alternative.) I do like 6 panels better than slats, though. Quality sticklers may want to opt to order the solid versions. My only real complaint is even though they are hollow core, I expected there to be a solid strip in the center to attach the knob through...there isn't! So, you can't get your knobs to keep from spinning, unless you start crushing the center of the door. Also, because the knob area is hollow, I added fender washers under the knob's screw heads, to feel secure that the knobs wouldn't pull through the door over time.
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall, has been a solid product. However, customer service was a bit sub par. I purchased 3 of ... Overall, has been a solid product. However, customer service was a bit sub par. I purchased 3 of these doors, and immediately put 2 of them in with no issues. The 3rd door I had to wait until the framing was complete. A couple months later when framing was finally done, I went to put in the door and it was missing an important piece of the track. I contacted Jeld-Wen, and we had some back and forth identifying the part I needed. However, because it had been a few months, I didn't have a copy of my receipt, and Jeld-Wen refused to send the $2 part (literally) without it. I understand they need to have some proof of purchase, but I was willing to provide them anything else and for such an inexpensive piece, you'd think they would work with me. Luckily, the store I purchased it from (Home Depot) was able to help me replace the part, I just wish Jeld Wen had been more helpful. Otherwise, these have been very decent closet and washroom doors for me.
Date published: 2017-01-06
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