Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Lostusasacustomer Love the door.
The door is beautiful and easy to install. Only problem, every time we order another door, Home Depot jacks up the price...
August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CENTEXRancher Really an amazing value!
This is a very heavy, solid interior door. So far I've purchased five of these oak door slabs as replacements for masonite doors. The quality and appearance have been very consistent. I followed the finishing directions provided and have been very pleased with the results. For the price, there is no comparable product that I know of. I've been using the Ryobi hinge, door handle and door latch kits with consistent functionality. Using those kits and following the advice given in the home depot interior door installation video, all of the installs have been quick and easy.
January 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JimS Very nice door!
These oak doors are very well made. The grain of the oak is beautifully matched, and all cuts are extremely sharp and precise. They require virtually no sanding. I wish they had a pre-hung version, but for the price it's worth it to make your own doorjambs.
July 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by day disapointed
wish I knew I was getting a product from China
I know better now to read my labels and information sections better
a chunk knock in the inner edge of the door and outside edge splintered
March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by morbius Door is great; learning curve on instalation is steep.
The door is beautiful; hinge placement is difficult. I used the Ryobi hinge mortising kit, which works great. If I had it to do again I would ONLY mortise the top hinge first, then trace the bottom two hinges while still on the door jam onto the door, MAKING SURE THEY ARE PLUMB AND THE EXACT SAME DISTANCE FROM THE JAM TRIM. Then, and only then, would I take the door off and mortise the bottom two hinges on the new door. Hinge placement is the difficult part. Oh, and don't forget that you need to slightly bevel the lockset side of the door when you cut it to the correct width(with the trailing edge being higher) about 2 or 3 degrees; otherwise, you may have trouble closing the door.
December 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cloreen This product looks great.
It was rather easy to finish and install. I love how it looks and plan to change out all my interior doors to these.
February 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CENTEXRancher Excellent value: heavy, solid door with nice wood.
I'm in the process of replacing all of our interior doors with Steve and Sons doors. The product arrives with spot-on finishing guidance. HD has some good video tips on mortising and hanging a replacement door which was helpful with the first one. Highly recommend a router and a jig or hinge mounting kit (Ryobi has a decent one), especially if you're doing more than one or two doors. Door slabs themselves are top notch, heavy and true. Boring for hardware takes patience because of the solid wood, but fit and function have been outstanding. My recommendations: take your time, measure at least twice before you cut/drill/bore and follow the finishing guidance on the little yellow sticker on the bottom of the slab.
December 18, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RockMusicMan nice looking oak door but not solid oak and not made in US.
Looks like a solid oak door
Was made underside by about 1/8 to 3/16" making it easily installable into a pre-hung door frame so no need to pay to have it trimmed to install it like other manufacturers doors only sold in true 1" increment sizes (exactly).
Solid and sturdy, and heavy.
Title for door describes "solid core oak door" but is not solid oak as implied. The panels appear to be solid oak, and if they are veneer, like the outside frame, the maker did a good job of hiding it. I would have to scratch it to find out. Since the panels are shaped, it seems they are solid oak, as it would be difficult to slap the thin layer of oak over them like the frame of the door. The frame has a very thin, approx. 1/64" layer of oak glued to a 1/8" backing material on top of a Douglas Fir core.
Not made in US, but in guess where....C! You think you are buying American made, but wrong. Too bad the maker can't figure out how to make them here in the US, even if the price was 10-20% higher. Did not know this until I saw the label on the bottom of door.
Packaged well in a cardboard box, unlike many other slab doors that come dirty and uncovered.
It is described as LVL, but what does that stand for? L??? V??? Laminate?
Overall it is a decent price, but I would not buy it again since I thought I was getting a SOLID OAK door, not a cheap veneer door with a thin layer of oak.
May 31, 2015