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Model #CON-7281WHN2R

Store SKU #159288

72 in. x 81 in. Concord White Aluminum Frame Mirrored Interior Sliding Door

  • Rustproof and anti-jump aluminum frame with smooth-rolling wheels
  • Built-in handle design offers a sleek look
  • Comes with track and frame hardware
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Product Overview

At Contractors Wardrobe (Cw Doors), we provide functionality and beauty to your surroundings with the Concord mirrored bypass door, available in Bright Clear, Bright Gold, Bronze, Brushed Nickel, Satin Clear, Satin Gold, White Aluminum, or a White Finish with Chalkboard panels. This durable bypass door is designed to help conserve space where a traditional swinging door is impractical. The Concord aluminum framed door also features a mirror to provide uninterrupted, full-length reflections. Visit your local Home Depot store for customization options.
  • Standard opening widths available: 48 in., 60 in., 72 in., 84 in. and 96 in.
  • Rust-proof aluminum Ultraglide felt-lined top channel for smoother, quieter operation
  • Available in Custom Sizes (Currently In-Store Ordering Only)
  • Standard opening heights available: 81 in. and 96 in., adjustable +/- 1/2 in.
  • Bottom rolled 1-1/2 in. ball-bearing wheels on rust-proof and jump-proof aluminum track for durability and smoother operation
  • 3 mm Duraflect copper-free mirror panels have a 400lb Category II safety backing
  • Integrated handles for a sleek, unobstructed appearance
  • Track, channel and installation hardware included
  • This door can be used for commercial applications
  • Easy installation process with simple hand tools (tools not included)
  • Learn more about our Cw Diamond Quality Guide



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Price
$27612
$38000
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Ratings
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(118)
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Panel Type2 Panel2 Panel5 Panel2 Panel
MaterialGlassAluminumCompositeAluminum
Finish TypeFinishedPaintedFinishedPainted
Core TypeSolid CoreSolid CoreAll Wood ConstructionSolid Core
FeaturesEasy Install,Mirror Door No Additional Features
Door TypeBypassBypassBypassBypass
Door Height (in.)80818081
IncludedHardware,InstructionsHardwareHardwareHardware
Glass Style Mirrored Glass Mirrored Glass
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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
81
Door Thickness (in.)
1.25
Door Width (in.)
72
Fits Opening Height (in.)
80 to 81
Fits Opening Width (in.)
72
Rough Opening Height (In.)
81
Rough Opening Width (In.)
72

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Core Type
Solid Core
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Bypass
Finish Type
Painted
Glass Style
Mirrored Glass
Included
Hardware
Material
Aluminum
Panel Type
2 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
118
Returnable
180-Day
Rough Opening Size (W x H) in.
72 x 81 in.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

239Questions39Answers

is this price of $498 just for one sliding mirror door or is it $996 for the two doors? Does thi...

Asked by ernie March 16, 2018
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Thank you for your question and your patronage, this is for two Door panels with all the necessary hardware to install it in your opening.

I'm needing a 2 panel sliding door for an total opening of 96 x 96.....so when I order...do I ord...

Asked by Steve November 2, 2018
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Thank you for your inquiry and patronage, you will need to order 96 in. x 96 in. since this is your opening size. Each panel will be 48 5/8 in. in width.

Opening is only 59.75 inches wide - will this fit?

Asked by pn May 1, 2016
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Yes, but why not buy the smaller, lighter-weight 60" x 96" door instead? Less overlap, save money, lighter weight to open & close.

What is the width of the bottom track? We are installing carpet in/out of closet and need that i...

Asked by Judy January 10, 2019
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Whoa! Don't try to allow for a later installation of the carpet track when installing carpet through the opening. Attempting to allow for the track at this point requires more info than simply the width of the track because the carpet needs to be tucked between the nailer strip and the track. Best way is to have the track in place when the carpet installers arrive. They can put nailer strip on each side of the track, spaced enough to tuck carpet down tightly in between. I prefer no pad and no nailer strips inside of closets, but simply glue the carpet directly to the floor and butt against the track. If track not available, have them install the carpet right on through the opening. When it's time to install the track start with a single slice across the middle of the area where the track will go, fold the carpet back, then figure it out.

how do I measure the doors?. do I include the frame or just the doors?

Asked by Brandon April 6, 2018
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Thank you for your question and your patronage, you should be measuring you’re finished opening size width and height. The doors are designed to fit within that opening. The doors slide back-and-forth and can overlap a little extra, the height can adjust plus or -1/2 of an inch up or down.

My opening floor to ceiling is 95 1/2. Will these doors work?

Asked by Taylor January 6, 2018
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yes

My opening is 80" Height x 70.5" width. Should I order the 81" x 72" doors?

Asked by Jim April 26, 2019
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Thank you for your inquiry and patronage, this door has an opening height range from 80.5 in. to 81.5 in. You will need to special order your doors from a local Home Depot. For any additional questions please contact Cw’s Customer Support Team at 661-257-0674. We are available 6am-5:30pm PST, Monday-Friday and 8am-4pm PST, Saturdays. You may also send an email to Info@CwDoors.com or view our many quality products at CwDoors.com. Thank you for considering Cw Door and Bath Products!

With such a large span (96"), the weight of the doors is of concern for some customers. Based on ...

Asked by Wiesy August 3, 2020
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First of all, it took three times to deliver unbroken glass doors to my condo. My contractor installed them in April 2018 and it is holding beautifully. Never had any issue with sliding the doors (open and close) as the time of this writing.

I want to buy a Wardrobe slider that is 72X96" my finish opening is 71.5" wide, will the bottom a...

Asked by PTC January 29, 2018
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Hi - the track will need to be cut, which is typical. They are made of aluminum so any carbide tipped blade will work. Or if you prefer to cut it by hand a standard hacksaw will do the trick. Good luck!

can i get a quote on 96 x 96 in and 180 in x 96 in (floor to ceiling) ?

Asked by Joni July 31, 2014
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I need doors for an opening that is 96"x 96" with painted white frames, track & top sliding guide in other word all hardware. I need two sets delivered to Petaluma, CA. 94954 What would be the cost on this order.

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  • 274 Customer Reviews
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I am an international customer from The Bahamas (Abaco). After suffering much damages to my home from Hurricane Dorian I have finally began repairs to my home. I was deeply disappointed after waiting several weeks for this item to arrive, only to discover that the top and bottom tracks were not shipped out along with the door. I can't rate the product in terms of quality, because the door has yet to be installed, hence my 2 star rating. This rating is subject to change and my review once this situation has been rectified.
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Hello Kay - Please reach out to us at reviews@cwdoors.com in order to help you further.
Beautiful and well made worth every penny, my daughter loves it.
Beautiful and well made worth every penny, my daughter loves it.
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Response from ContractorsWardrobeTeamSeptember 15, 2020
Thank you for your 5-Star review - enjoy our Concord Doors!
Easy to install, decent quality for the price
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My daughter has been very happy with these doors on her closet. It's been two months and they are holding up nicely. I scratched the white frame of one of them during install, but she didn't even say anything about it. If I had had help to carry them, I don't think I would have scratched it. I am 5'7" and was *almost* able to install the 96" tall doors by myself (but only because I didn't have room to turn around and had to have my son hold the door while moved some furniture out of the way). Helpful tip #1: I watched the "how to install" video on the manufacturer's website a few times before I even purchased these doors, just to make sure I'd feel comfortable taking on the project myself. This was helpful, but I should have also looked at the instructions that came with it because the first time I installed the lower track, I hadn't measured correctly (it is offset from where you'd think it should go, or at least mine needed to go in a different spot than the one I was replacing). Helpful tip #2: The wheels are withdrawn into the casing for shipping and the instructions say to extend the wheels (using a screwdriver in the back of the roller casing) a certain amount before mounting the door. Don't skimp on extending, because if your wheels don't stick out far enough, your door will scrape along the rail and you'll be trying to adjust that screw with the weight of the door resting on it. Ask me how I know? Helpful tip #3: I had to buy a longer railing and cut it to fit my opening. The employee at the store offered some great advice, which I will pass along to you with a photo. When cutting the top rail piece, use Styrofoam inserts to support the sides of the aluminum in the miter box while you cut. This keeps the aluminum from wiggling and reduces your frustration. I had some Styrofoam from a different project that I was able to cut to fit, but there is a bit of foam that came with my doors that I could have used. You could probably use scrap wood, but it would take more effort than foam if you're using a hand-powered saw. Helpful tip #4: If you are using a power saw, the teeth will go in smoothly on one side and come out roughly on the other side, so make sure you line up your cut so that the smoother side will face into the room and the rougher side will face into the closet (also a tip from the employee, but I didn't use a power saw).
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Response from ContractorsWardrobeTeamAugust 7, 2020
Thank you for this detailed 5-Star review, Elizabeth - we are also happy that your daughter enjoys her Concord Doors.
Looks great, good quality.
Looks great, good quality.
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Response from ContractorsWardrobeTeamAugust 7, 2020
Thank you for your 5-Star review, Michele!
beautiful doors, lousy quality control
Picked up doors at HD, packages were in good condition and all parts were received. Immediately assembled hardware and inserted doors, to find that the fit was outrageously out of square. At firstsuspecting that it was a matter of adjustment, due to out of square door frame (which it was slightly), I then realized this was well beyond the adjustment screw tolerance. After closer examination it was clear the door frames were assembled incorrectly. The manufacturer failed to insert the roller assembly tab in a slot in the vertical frame, resulting in a very noticeable misalignment in the door. Noticing the bracket would no longer fit, they mangled the mounting bracket to “fit” the screw holes it mounted into. It was clear the assembler knew this was wrong and completed the doors anyway and shipped the product. I was able to reassemble it, by taking it apart and reshaping the bracket. It wasnt especially difficult, but not what i want to do in the middle of a whole house renovation. I had enough surprises without this. Once mounted correctly the doors look and work great. Too bad i had a lousy experience with first door.
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Very easy to install, only issue was that there were no instructions in box. I went online to the...
Very easy to install, only issue was that there were no instructions in box. I went online to their website and downloaded instructions, no problem.
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I bought two of these, of different dimensions, for my rental duplex remodel. All of the hardwar...
I bought two of these, of different dimensions, for my rental duplex remodel. All of the hardware was included, and installation was pretty easy, even by myself. The larger 4x8 panels were bulky, but manageable. The roller hardware was nice and beefy to support such a heavy door. All in all, they look great, and I would probably buy them again.
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I bought the 60 x 81 Contractors Wardrobe "Concord Mirrored White Aluminum Interior Sliding [Closet] Door". The only enclosed part that was pre-cut to the 60 inch width was the wood strip; the aluminum Top Channel and the aluminum Bottom Track had to be cut to the right width. Therefore, you’ll need a hacksaw and.a decent miter box (read: avoid a miter box made of plastic; it’s difficult to make a straight cut with them because the slots are 1/8” wide giving too much play in the blade; see attached photo) or a power miter saw. My installation was a-typical. That is, I needed to install the wood strip directly over carpet (without padding under the area where the wood strip was going to be installed) and attach it to concrete underneath (see attached photo). I used Tapcon brand, 3/16 in. x 1-3/4 in. Phillips-flat-head concrete anchors. You *must* use a hammer drill if you do this. I pre-drilled the holes in the wood strip first using a 5/32 in. wood drill bit. Then, I pre-drill the holes--through the wood strip, through the carpet, and into the concrete--for the concrete screws using a Tapcon 5/32 in. x 3-1/2 in. carbide drill bit. I bought the Tapcon pro installation took kit for Tapcon concrete anchors to help with that. Highly recommend to make the job easier (and no, I don't work for Tapcon). Then, I fastened the wood strip using the Phillips-flat-head concrete anchor screws. Don’t use the hex-head version of the screws because the head sticks up too far for you to screw down the Bottom Track flush against the wood strip. That’s it! The doors have some nice heft to them, glide easily on the tracks, and look great. I would buy them again. (On a side note: If you chose to pick-up the doors at Home Depot, open the box in the store, in front of a Home Depot employee. Be sure you inspect everything. This check is important, even if you don't see any outward signs of damage to the box container.)
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