0030151007436

Masonite

Model 07436

Internet #100085582

Store SKU #701042

30 in. x 80 in. Textured 6-Panel Hollow Core Primed Composite Single Prehung Interior Door

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Enjoy refined style and easy elegance with the Masonite Textured 6-Panel Hollow Core Primed Composite Prehung Interior Door. The industry benchmark for all composite wood doors, expert construction results in a more durable door that resists warping, shrinking, and cracking better than a solid wood door. Select designs offered in coordinating Bi-fold and factory prehung single or double prehung units.

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  • Composite wood with classic panel design resists warping, shrinking and cracking
  • Molded panels provide architectural detailing and elegance
  • Textured and pre-primed finish - perfect for painting and decorating
  • Supplied pre-assembled in a 4-9/16 in. door frame
  • Interior door slab is single bored for lockset - not included
  • Door panel must be sealed on all six sides
  • Interior slab features hollow core panel construction
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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How do I choose right or left handing on an interior door?

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Or when using the "butt to butt" method (hinges are called butt hinges) you would put your butt to the door hinges and swing your arm the way the door opens. For example, if the door is to the left of your body when your butt in to the hinges and it swings to the right, it would be a "right hinge" door. That arm is the handing. Some manufacturers use this method. The other method mentioned above is the Read More
Or when using the "butt to butt" method (hinges are called butt hinges) you would put your butt to the door hinges and swing your arm the way the door opens. For example, if the door is to the left of your body when your butt in to the hinges and it swings to the right, it would be a "right hinge" door. That arm is the handing. Some manufacturers use this method. The other method mentioned above is the most common. Read Less
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Read the product details again. As you are looking at the door to enter the room hinges on the left is a LEFT door.
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Can this door be cut down?

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You can cut the door to suit your specifications.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buyer beware After pricing this product at a local independent door shop, I bought these because they were a lot cheaper. I found out that there is a reason they are cheaper. I was not aware there were two different qualities of doors and jambs. The independent shop quoted wood jambs and doors with wood edges. These are all a composite material making them, well, cheap. Never again. June 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by So-So quality Bought and installed two of Masonite's left handed hollow core prehung in March (2015). Low price mediocre build quality. If I had kids or a lot of traffic in the house I would recommend get the solid core. I had one of this brand hollow core replacement I installed years ago on a bedroom at another part of the house and it has held up OK. Sound and weight of closing door however if reflective of the price. Watch for if you buy: Tough to see this when buying off the shelf at Homie; both had door stop gap at top hinge and tighter fit at center hinge. Door wasn't warped. One hinge was missing one screw. So-So quality-Looks OK with care taken painting and installing. May 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not really primed - maybe painted. I bought a bunch of these doors for a remodel. They are pretty thin. Kind of look OK. HOWEVER, they are narrower than the original doors from the early 80's. it took a little effort to work around tile floors. When it came time to paint them I took them at their word that they were primed and attempted to brush paint them with Behr paint plus primer. Huge mistake. I don't know what the manufacturer thought they were doing with whatever they used as "primer," but I do know that you must repainted them with a good primer/ sealer before you can apply a latex enamel. Buyer beware. Even 3 coats of paint alone doesn't look good. Very frustrating. January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Door Quality We purchased these doors for a remodel on our house 5 years ago. These doors are of very poor quality. It has been a constant battle to keep the hinges connected to the doors. The screws have pulled out repeatedly. We have tried every product made to keep the screws in place unsuccessfully. We give up. We are replacing all of these doors with solid core doors so they will last. I would never buy this type of door again.They were no worth the money spent on them. April 2, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Value My business partner and I have used these doors on several remodels. I can not comment on the longevity of these doors, as all of our houses sold quickly. What I can say is, they are easy to install, look great, and have had no problems opening, closing, or with the hinges. These are a great value!! July 31, 2013
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