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TRUporte Grand 48 in. x 80 in. 2000 Series Composite Cherry 1-Lite Tempered Frosted Glass Sliding Door
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TRUporte Grand

48 in. x 80 in. 2000 Series Composite Cherry 1-Lite Tempered Frosted Glass Sliding Door

$277.07 /each

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TRUporte Sliding Closet Doors are meeting the demands of today's lifestyle with trend conscious designs spanning from casual to contemporary home decor. We carry an extensive product mix so you can find always find perfect match for your space from our selection. Embellished with high quality, stylish and attractive rich finishes, closet doors by TRUporte will add warmth and vitality to your living environment. Our sliding closet doors are the ideal solution for the do-it-yourselfer looking to improve their home. Grand doors are as easy to install as they are to handle. You can have your new sliding closet doors installed in less than an hour! You won't need to worry about the durability of our products. Their lightweight but sturdy design ensures a high quality closet door that will look dazzling for years to come. In fact, our closet doors are tested to last over 100,000 open/close cycles, or about 25 years of average use! Our closet doors install easily and securely on carpets or hard flooring, and their jump-proof design keeps doors on the track where they belong. The wheel top guides and large bottom rollers provide an ultra smooth opening and closing of the doors. TRUporte grand sliding closet doors will add a beautiful new dimension to your home at an affordable price. These low-maintenance, high-value sliding closet doors will make any room feel more spacious and modern. Add brilliance to your home today with TRUporte sliding closet doors.

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  • High quality paper wrap provides quality design and durability
  • Dial-adjust roller eliminates the floor track, enhances look and makes adjusting simple
  • 6 mm tempered frosted glass provides strength, rigidity and provides contemporary look
  • Aluminum top track provides heavy duty and non-rusting strength
  • Includes matching fascia that completes the decor look
  • Maintenance free finish
  • Durability tested over 100000 cycles (25-years of use)
  • Actual panel size is 25 in. x 78-5/8 in. to accommodate hardware
  • Cherry

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48 in. x 80 in. 2000 Series Composite Cherry 1-Lite Tempered Frosted Glass Sliding Door
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Does it come with screen door?

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No, this product does not come with a screen door.
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is the height actually 80 in or is that just the nominal dimension?

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The height is 80 inches.
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Are these two seperat doors at 30 inch width to fit a 60 inch opening?

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Yes, both doors are 30 inches wide.
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Can the doors be ordered ceiling to floor (96" high)?

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Can the doors be ordered to attach at a ceiling and go to the floor, to be used as a room divider? Alternatively Do the doors just attach at the ceiling and hang loose (which would give a 16 inch gap at the floor).
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48 in. x 80 in. 2000 Series Composite Cherry 1-Lite Tempered Frosted Glass Sliding Door is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful doors These closet doors are absolutely beautiful. The only thing missing is a small indentation for a handle which would make opening and closing the doors easier.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding quality! We used these for sliding doors in our coat closet in the vestibule and they are real show-stoppers! We installed a different model of these (we special ordered them, took about 14 days to arrive in the store). These are good quality, heavy duty doors, and they weigh a ton - I mean, a ton - get ready to grunt and groan if you pick them up from the store. But the price was very reasonable. Wah! Made in China! I wish we made these in the USA! But the other companies I priced that carry similar products cost two-three times more than these and we just couldn't afford it. Anyway, my only advice is to watch the height on the install - the info says 80" but with the rolling brackets the height is more like 81". Also, the cherry finish is darker than the photo. Other than that we couldn't be happier with the quality and the appearance of the doors. Thanks Home Depot!
Date published: 2012-05-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Laminate framed doors are very cheap feeling and the floor guide is so ugly we could not use it. These doors would be ok if they cost $100, but not at $277. The laminate also had some factory imperfections in the finish that could not be touched up.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor quality Don't vacuum near them or the tape used as stain will rip. Buy extra slide dudes you will need many. One bump by a toddler and they break leaving the doors to swing fall off their track and land on your toddler.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Beautiful door, but finish comes off easily The door is perfect for what we needed in our home- we had moved into a house with an odd sized opening to the master bath - 57" rough opening, framed opening ended up being 55". With the door installed and closed you can see about 3 or 4 inches of the door overlap but it looks just fine, can barely tell through the frosted glass. By luck the finish on the door is the same color as the other doors in our room. However, on one side of the door the metal sliding pieces aren't covered and are very noticeable. Would be perfect for a closet but it looks a little funny in the bathroom. Also, the finish comes off extremely easy. We put the doors up and then had to lay them back into the box they came in until we finished a project and when we looked at them again to put them up, the finish came off in many spots just from the cardboard.
Date published: 2013-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sliding Doors Very Nice,More than i expected,i hadn't seen them personally before ordering
Date published: 2009-05-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks great, good value These doors look great, and they were very inexpensive. The biggest downside is the quality of the hardware. The screws they provide to attach the rollers to the door, the track to the door frame and the guides to the floor are made of very soft aluminum. When I tried to install them with a cordless drill the either stripped out or snapped off. So I tried to screw them in by hand and the STILL snapped in half with very little torque. So if you buy this product, do your self a favor and get a bag of 1 1/2" pan heads and 3/8" wood screws so you don't have to run back out. Also, the guides are made so they fit a variety of door sizes, and as a result they are rather ugly and un-finished looking. Besides that, they look great. Frame is made of wrapped pressboard and there are no pull handles. Not sure how they will hold up, but they were far and away the most inexpensive doors I found with the frosted glass look.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice door for the price, but buy your own screws I needed to close off my family room that had a wide, open doorway with no door, and didn't want to spend a fortune having a fancy hinged door installed. This seemed like the perfect solution - affordable and more attractive then the cheesy bifold closet doors I had installed as a temporary solution. I really like this door and think it's a good value for the price. Be aware that it is *very* heavy and most importantly - when you are installing it THROW AWAY THE SCREWS they shipped with the door and buy your own. The screws provided with this door are cheap junk. The heads of two of them snapped off when I was installing the door and there is no way on earth to extract the remaining shanks of the screws. This happened with the first screw that I used to attach the hardware to the door. I went out and bought new screws and attached the hardware to the door with no further issues. The longer screws used to attach the overhead track to the door jamb above it seemed better (they weren't aluminum like the shorter screws provided), but the 5th one of those I installed snapped off, too. (Back to the store a second time for new screws.) This happened despite my having drilled pilot holes, and having not using any extra pressure trying to turn the screws. I had to move the hardware over 1/2" on the top of the door, and I am stuck with an ugly place at the top of the door where that screw shank is embedded, forever. There was no reasonable way for me to return this door due to its size and weight (I paid extra for home delivery) and the fact that I had to destroy the packaging to get the door out of the boxes it was shipped in, so I am just stuck with this blemish on the door forever, all because of the stupid cheap screws. If it weren't for the screw issue, I would have five-starred this door.
Date published: 2013-05-09
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