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Model # EX4896WH

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Spectrum

48 in. x 96 in. Express One Vinyl White Accordion Door

  • Accordion design tucks out of the way easily
  • Designed for ease of installation
  • Pre-finished design doesn't require paint or stain
$ 174 90
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Product Overview

  • Accordion design tucks out of the way easily
  • Designed for ease of installation
  • Pre-finished design doesn't require paint or stain
Express One Folding Doors are ideal for larger openings like oversized rooms, doorways, closets or hallways up to 96 in. high. Double-wall panels offer strength and the scratch resistant clear UV varnish provides fade-resistance and color stability with a safe non-leaded vinyl formulation. Can be installed as a double door for wider openings.
  • Doors can be installed with the easy-to-follow instructions and simple hand tools
  • Doors can be trimmed easily with a fine-toothed saw to fit shorter door heights
  • No painting or staining required
  • 2 Doors can be used to fit openings up to 96 in. wide
  • Equipped with 3 magnets and accompanying striker plates to keep door securely closed

Product Overview

  • Accordion design tucks out of the way easily
  • Designed for ease of installation
  • Pre-finished design doesn't require paint or stain
Model #: EX4896WH
Internet #: 100465668

Express One Folding Doors are ideal for larger openings like oversized rooms, doorways, closets or hallways up to 96 in. high. Double-wall panels offer strength and the scratch resistant clear UV varnish provides fade-resistance and color stability with a safe non-leaded vinyl formulation. Can be installed as a double door for wider openings.

  • Doors can be installed with the easy-to-follow instructions and simple hand tools
  • Doors can be trimmed easily with a fine-toothed saw to fit shorter door heights
  • No painting or staining required
  • 2 Doors can be used to fit openings up to 96 in. wide
  • Equipped with 3 magnets and accompanying striker plates to keep door securely closed

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Specifications

Dimensions

Collapsed Width
6.5 in
Door Height (in.)
96
Door Thickness (in.)
0.25 in
Door Width (in.)
48
Rough Opening Height (In.)
0 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
0 in

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Core Type
Hollow Core
Door Type
Accordion
Features
Trimmable
Finish Type
Finished
Included
Hardware
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
21lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rough Opening Size (W x H) in.
0 x 0 in.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Collapsed Width
6.5 in
Door Height (in.)
96
Door Thickness (in.)
0.25 in
Door Width (in.)
48
Rough Opening Height (In.)
0 in
Rough Opening Width (In.)
0 in

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White
Core Type
Hollow Core
Door Type
Accordion
Features
Trimmable
Finish Type
Finished
Included
Hardware
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
21lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rough Opening Size (W x H) in.
0 x 0 in.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

Do you have to use the track? Why can't it be hung like a regular door?

Do you have to use the track? Why can't it be hung like a regular door?
Asked by: Harpo
The accordion effect is quite flexible, and the tract keeps it from swinging all around.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2018-03-13

Are there door handles on both sides of the door

Asked by: Rogue
There are two nice handles which are mounted near the opening edge, one inside, and the other outside.
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2018-03-13

Can it open from either side once installed?

Can it open from either side once installed?
Asked by: rjohnston
no. one side of the door is secured to the door frame. I hope this helps.
Answered by: BK
Date published: 2018-04-02

Do they have some kind of latch or locking system?

Do they have some kind of latch or locking system?
Asked by: bee
They have a magnetic catch to hold the door closed
Answered by: Sully
Date published: 2018-12-09
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Customer Reviews

48 in. x 96 in. Express One Vinyl White Accordion Door is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 235.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from love these doors but... We installed two LTL encore doors; Oak 80" tall, purchased IN STORE, and they look great, work great and were easy to install.....we had another odd sized doorway we needed a door for and decided to order this larger taller size online to install. NOTE, these two doorways are within feet of eachother. The "Oak" color we reiceved was clearly different from the color OAK we purchased at the store; online "Oak" had a yellow look to it, instore "Oak" had a darker, almost red look to it?? .....had to take that door back to the store and return it. : ( So, the only way to remedy our situation was to pull all the trim off the doorway (that we had JUST installed) and shim the doorway down so the in-store stock encore oak doors would fit this area....that worked, colors matched and we took two doors and moved around the "slats" to make one wide door. It works beautifully. Moral of the story.....dont assume the "Oak" you buy online will match the "Oak" color you can buy in the store.
Date published: 2011-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This door was a perfect solution for us (instead of having to frame out and add a door)! We need... This door was a perfect solution for us (instead of having to frame out and add a door)! We needed to have a way to keep our cats out of the upstairs (main level) when our son-in-law came over due to his allergies to cats. We installed it at the bottom of our stairway. We fastened it from the ceiling with anchors (it is very secure), this allowed us to remove it in the future if we ever sold our home to restore it to an open stairway. It looks good, and keeps the cats out when we have company!
Date published: 2019-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Wife & I Love This door! I read a lot of reviews before purchasing this door. The negatives all seemed to be about cutting it (to shorten) and the 30 screws that need to be removed/replaced. 1) For the cut I used a fine tooth handsaw with a professional miter. I can see where using just a hacksaw could be awkward and lead to a crooked cut. Unless you're very skilled, USE A MITER! 2) I used a skill 1/4-in cordless electric screwdriver to remove/replace the 30 screws on the bottom of the door; it was a cinch. A regular Phillips head will work, but it will take you a while.. 3) The opening I used it for was 41 1/2" wide. I removed top and bottom screws of one section, slid the section (7") out, attached the remaining sides back together, and ended up with a 41" door that fit perfectly. Looks very nice, slides open/closed very smoothly. The door is much nicer than I expected.
Date published: 2013-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's what it is I needed a door to separate two rooms. Overall I'm happy with the product., it does what I needed it for. One thing is, it will not keep the noise out at all, not that I expected it to be, but just pointing it out as someone may think it is. Very easy to install, even when I had to cut the length and also reduce the width, it wasn't complicated. In order to make it shorter you need to take out a lot of screws at the bottom of the door and you will need to put all of those back once you have cut to the desired length. While at it, if you want to reduce the width, the process is simple, you just slide the amount of panels you don't need out. Pretty simple, although it looked scary before we started. Not sure if you need more than one people doing it, I would say you don't. I did most of the job by myself, with my other half helping only doing some cutting while I was doing some other jobs. It looks good. It closes properly and so far, after a week up, my young kids haven't broken it! It's lasting longer than I would have expected. So the quality mustn't be so bad..LOL
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We wanted to put in a standard bifold closet door at our cottage, but the height of the opening w... We wanted to put in a standard bifold closet door at our cottage, but the height of the opening was 4" too high and that was a problem I didn't want to deal with. So, I had to trim the bottom panels of this door with a hacksaw to get them to the proper length. I wrapped around the entire door with duct tape when it was collapsed so I could saw through every panel at the same time. Worked perfectly! I would wrap the tape around in 3 or 4 spots to make sure none of the panels shift while you're cutting through them. I would definitely recommend this product.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value, so-so instructions This product is pretty much as advertised, though it might take a little longer to install than you might expect. Once you've installed one, the instructions make sense, but what they don't ever tell you is how to alter the height of the door for non-standard doorways. This actually isn't too hard, and here's how: By design, the length of the door makes it clear the floor by 1/2" (it's 1/2" shy of the advertised height once it's hanging from the track). I bought a 96" door and needed to hang it in a 87.5" doorway, and I also wanted it to hang closer to the floor, so I cut 96-87.5-.25=8.25" off the BOTTOM of the door. Keep the door bundled together in its wrapping and banding except for removing the tracks (slide them out) and removing the wrapping in the vicinity of the cut. Use a miter box and a fine-toothed saw (I got one at Home Depot for about $16). Once you've cut cleanly through the door, you need to remove all the little screws (there were about 30 in my 48" wide door) from the cut off end (easier if you keep the ends together on the splines and use a drill-driver with a small phillips bit) and screw them into the bottom of the door (where you made the cut). Make sure the splines and door panels are flush when the screws are re-inserted, and don't over-tighten -- you can split the plastic. Now, just hang the door as instructed.
Date published: 2011-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was a good solution I wanted to hang some kind of door at the bottom of my stairs, to keep the cats downstairs and warm air up. I finally decided on an accordion door. We had to get this extra large one, due to the weird space size, but it worked perfectly. (I first reinforced the walls w/ pine boards for a good fit and good anchoring.) The instructions were easy to follow. I also watched YouTube videos 1st to get a good understanding. We had to saw off about 18" at the bottom - For this part, I strongly recommend taping the folds together firmly w/ masking tape before sawing them, and then we put tape on the bottom to keep the slats from sliding apart while hanging it. If you wanted to make it more narrow, you could probably remove a slat or 2 (which we did not think about until after we hung it) The whole process took me and my BF about an hour, once the area was prepared. FYI - The "vinyl" is a hard plastic type finish, not the soft flexible kind I remember from the 70's.
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy enough to install. If you need to cut... Easy enough to install. If you need to cut down to needed height you have to unscrew the screws on bottom then after finish cutting door have to screw screws back in. A lot of screws!
Date published: 2019-05-14
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