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Johnson Hardware 1500 Series Pocket Door Frame for Doors up to 24 in. x 80 in.
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Johnson Hardware

1500 Series Pocket Door Frame for Doors up to 24 in. x 80 in.

$111.80 /each

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The Johnson Hardware 1500 Series Pocket Door Frame for Doors up to 24 in. x 80 in. is an easily assembled, premium quality commercial/residential kit for installing a pocket door into a wall. Pocket doors do not need "swing" room, saving valuable floor space while still assuring the full privacy of a standard door. Manufactured and designed, the frame is structurally strong and perfect for the builder or do-it-yourselfer. The kit components are all of the highest quality and durability which is why we can offer a lifetime warranty.

  • Smooth rolling, balanced three wheel tricycle hangers ensure that all wheels carry weight evenly for the smoothest operation
  • A flip of a clip separates hangers from doors for easy door installation and removal
  • Precision extruded box track is made of heavy-walled aluminum and guarantees that your door will not jump track
  • Convex rails on box track trap dirt for free rolling
  • Wood split jamb and wood stud uprights have full steel sides and backs to provide maximum rigidity for wall materials and restricts nails from penetration into pocket
  • Self-adjusting floor anchors allow for settling of floor without disturbing horizontal alignment of header and track
  • In addition to the frame, track, and hangers, kit also includes door guide, adjustment wrench and door bumper
  • For door thicknesses of 1 in. to 1-3/8 in. (1-3/4 in. door adaptor kit available)
  • For door widths up to 24 in.
  • For door heights up to 80 in.
  • For door weights of up to 200 lbs.
  • Johnson Hardware offers a true lifetime warranty and will replace any item found defective in material or workmanship regardless of its date of purchase

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How critical is the rough opening? For a 24" door, do I really need 49"? I have about 48 1/2".

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I don't think the top rail will fit in a rough opening less than 49". Even if you carve 1/2" out of the studs, you will have problems trimming out the door and will have to plane the jams down to account for the 1/2". You also run the risk of the door not fully sliding into the pocket. If possible try to enlarge the RO width by driving the studs apart with a hammer.
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Pretty critical but there's a screw-on 'bumper' that's 3/4" to 1" that screws on to the back of the door. This bumper is to keep the door from hitting the stud so if you used a smaller bumper or no bumper you should be fine.
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It says for doors up to 80"...what if door is shorter, 76"...can system be adjusted?

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Yes, this can be adjusted.
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yes. We cut the steel wrapped "studs" to appropriate length with a bandsaw. Don't forget to follow the instructions to leave room for the head track and rollers!
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I Need the rough in dimensions for the pocket door 24X80

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I am installing pocket doors in a game room, I need two to make the 48 inch opening I require, is there a right and left pocket door or are the frames and hardware universal for left or right hand installation?
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Frames are universal, and there is an accessory kit to join them with nice stops for where they meet in the middle. Either follow the instructions with the frames or check out the PDF installation instructions - believe they are on the home Depot website.
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To answer your question: the frames aren't left or right.
However for your application: using 2 single door frames isn't your best option. Look for a two door center close frame. I think Johnson makes them also.
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36"x80" double sliding door (2x18"slabs)

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September 16, 2015
I'm remodeling my bathroom and I'd like to have a 36" x 80" entry with double sliding doors. How do I go about achieving this look? Since the slabs would be 18" x 80" and meet in the middle, would I need two of these frames, 2x 18"x80" slabs, and locking accessories? Please assist me so I know what I need. Thanks!
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You need two frames plus the accessory for bi parting doors (metal splice piece and stops for the doors where they meet) the head/track unit is designed so it can be shortened. If you order two frames for 28" doors (not much more expensive than the smallest 24" size) there should be guide marks on the wood head for shortening for 24" doors - this will give you the idea for wht you need to do to shorten Read More
You need two frames plus the accessory for bi parting doors (metal splice piece and stops for the doors where they meet) the head/track unit is designed so it can be shortened. If you order two frames for 28" doors (not much more expensive than the smallest 24" size) there should be guide marks on the wood head for shortening for 24" doors - this will give you the idea for wht you need to do to shorten the head tracks for your 18" doors.
Locking accessories - lots of cheap hardware out there but I always install Emtek brand mortise pocket door latching hardware from Spokane Hardware (Hardware Hut). Expensive but worth it.
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Yes you would need two frames but this would be doing it the hard way. I recommend you first visit the Johnson Hardware site because they make frames to do exactly what you want to do (converging pocket doors). Once you find the right frame you can special order it from Home Depot. I've done this several times at HD with Johnson Hardware products. www.JohnsonHardware.com
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Yes you would need two frames but this would be doing it the hard way. I recommend you first visit the Johnson Hardware site because they make frames to do exactly what you want to do (converging pocket doors). Once you find the right frame you can special order it from Home Depot. I've done this several times at HD with Johnson Hardware products. www.JohnsonHardware.com
Also, a frame built for this purpose should come with alignment clips that you screw to the backside bottom of each door. They align the doors when they are closed for perfect alignment opposed to doors not aligning when closed because they hang slightly different. Read Less
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1500 Series Pocket Door Frame for Doors up to 24 in. x 80 in. is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easier than it looks If you are handy this should be easy for you to install, it just takes some time. I would allot yourself 5 hours to install this if it is your first time. There is a very descriptive instructional video on YouTube. Very sturdy and great quality.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy Kit, Worked Well This was a good kit that was easy to understand how to use. We had never done a pocket door before and this came out great. Everything is nice and level, slides nicely, no problems at all.
Date published: 2016-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice pocket door quality . A possible improvement is to a bottom channel instead of small br... Very nice pocket door quality . A possible improvement is to a bottom channel instead of small braces. A bottom channel could then possibly catch some floor joists.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from frame is a great product. much easier than building it yourself . directions are not good watch ... frame is a great product. much easier than building it yourself . directions are not good watch the video instead
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pocket door review This pocket door assembly was easy to install, instructions were complete and easy to understand.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instructions were clear and easy to follow. Pocket door looks great and slides easily. Instructions were clear and easy to follow. Pocket door looks great and slides easily.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 24" Pocket Door Use their website for instructions. Easy to install
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pocket door install As a contractor I've installed numerous pocket doors. They're all flimsy but work very well if carefully installed. One very important thing that I learned is to use 1" screws for the drywall, in the area of the pocket door. Regular 1 1/4" drywall screws will penetrate the back of the 1x2 nailers provided in the kit, and scratch the door's surface when it slides into the wall. I used to staple a small bag of 1" screws onto the frame, so the drywall crew couldn't attach a sheet there until it was removed, to be certain they used them in their haste.
Date published: 2013-09-01
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