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  1. Shutto Series Closet Door Cedar Color Bi-Fold Open Typeview
    Shutto Series Closet Door Cedar Color Bi-Fold Open Type
    Closet Doors by Closets of America provide homeowners with a functional yet creative, elegant style that adds a stunning look to your home’s interior. Designed for style, dependability, and performance, closet doors can add a striking focal point to a room or blend seamlessly into your space. From sliding options to hinged and folding choices, you can be sure Closets of America’s Closet Doors will offer you the best selections for your enclosures.Customize your closets with traditional closet doors or enhance your interior with a uniquely customized look. Design a sophisticated pantry door or an elegant closure to your walk-in closet. Closets of America’s Closet Doors are available to secure any sized frame in your home with a variety of materials, colors, and styles. Add beauty to any room with the perfect closet door to match your interior design.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  2. Reznack Series Closet Door Cedar Color bypass Open Typeview
    Reznack Series Closet Door Cedar Color bypass Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  3. Shutto Series Closet Door Fir Color French Open Typeview
    Shutto Series Closet Door Fir Color French Open Type
    Closet Doors by Closets of America provide homeowners with a functional yet creative, elegant style that adds a stunning look to your home’s interior. Designed for style, dependability, and performance, closet doors can add a striking focal point to a room or blend seamlessly into your space. From sliding options to hinged and folding choices, you can be sure Closets of America’s Closet Doors will offer you the best selections for your enclosures.Customize your closets with traditional closet doors or enhance your interior with a uniquely customized look. Design a sophisticated pantry door or an elegant closure to your walk-in closet. Closets of America’s Closet Doors are available to secure any sized frame in your home with a variety of materials, colors, and styles. Add beauty to any room with the perfect closet door to match your interior design.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  4. Reznack Series Closet Door Mahogany Color French Open Typeview
    Reznack Series Closet Door Mahogany Color French Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  5. Shutto Series Closet Door Fir Color French Open Typeview
    Shutto Series Closet Door Fir Color French Open Type
    Closet Doors by Closets of America provide homeowners with a functional yet creative, elegant style that adds a stunning look to your home’s interior. Designed for style, dependability, and performance, closet doors can add a striking focal point to a room or blend seamlessly into your space. From sliding options to hinged and folding choices, you can be sure Closets of America’s Closet Doors will offer you the best selections for your enclosures.Customize your closets with traditional closet doors or enhance your interior with a uniquely customized look. Design a sophisticated pantry door or an elegant closure to your walk-in closet. Closets of America’s Closet Doors are available to secure any sized frame in your home with a variety of materials, colors, and styles. Add beauty to any room with the perfect closet door to match your interior design.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  6. Reznack Series Closet Door Fir Color Slab Open Typeview
    Reznack Series Closet Door Fir Color Slab Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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  8. Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color accordion Open Typeview
    Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color accordion Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  9. Shutto Series Closet Door Oak Color Sliding Open Typeview
    Shutto Series Closet Door Oak Color Sliding Open Type
    Closet Doors by Closets of America provide homeowners with a functional yet creative, elegant style that adds a stunning look to your home’s interior. Designed for style, dependability, and performance, closet doors can add a striking focal point to a room or blend seamlessly into your space. From sliding options to hinged and folding choices, you can be sure Closets of America’s Closet Doors will offer you the best selections for your enclosures.Customize your closets with traditional closet doors or enhance your interior with a uniquely customized look. Design a sophisticated pantry door or an elegant closure to your walk-in closet. Closets of America’s Closet Doors are available to secure any sized frame in your home with a variety of materials, colors, and styles. Add beauty to any room with the perfect closet door to match your interior design.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  10. Slovan Series Closet Door Oak Color Louvered Open Typeview
    Slovan Series Closet Door Oak Color Louvered Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. Shutto Series Closet Door Cherry Color Bi-Fold Open Typeview
    Shutto Series Closet Door Cherry Color Bi-Fold Open Type
    Closet Doors by Closets of America provide homeowners with a functional yet creative, elegant style that adds a stunning look to your home’s interior. Designed for style, dependability, and performance, closet doors can add a striking focal point to a room or blend seamlessly into your space. From sliding options to hinged and folding choices, you can be sure Closets of America’s Closet Doors will offer you the best selections for your enclosures.Customize your closets with traditional closet doors or enhance your interior with a uniquely customized look. Design a sophisticated pantry door or an elegant closure to your walk-in closet. Closets of America’s Closet Doors are available to secure any sized frame in your home with a variety of materials, colors, and styles. Add beauty to any room with the perfect closet door to match your interior design.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  12. Slovan Series Closet Door Mahogany Color Louvered Open Typeview
    Slovan Series Closet Door Mahogany Color Louvered Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color bypass Open Typeview
    Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color bypass Open Type
    Americloset closet doors add function and beauty to any bedroom, hallway, or other interior space. Choose from a wide variety of options, all with top-of-the-line construction that maximizes durability and looks amazing. Sliding, hinged, bi-fold, and pocket configurations allow you to customize for your traffic pattern and closet type. Surface options include glass (tinted, clear, or frosted), mirrors (tinted, plain, or frosted), and a variety of wood or metallic finishes.All options are set into place on a smooth-travel track that will last for the lifetime of your product. Installation is a snap with the included guide and equipment, no special tools needed. If your closet is out of square (not perfectly aligned), the included adjustable pieces will correct it in a snap. Steel track, composite door, and plastic attachments, all painted to your specifications.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Types of Wood Closet Doors – Advantages and Disadvantages

There are different types and styles of closet doors and even different materials that the doors can be made from. However, just because you like a particular door style does not necessarily mean that it is the best door for your home. If you love traditional doors but your home is already a very contemporary styling, you’ll not want to install a heavy raised panel door that swings on its hinges.

Several things need to be considered before you can be sure that you are making the best purchase for your wood closet doors. Some of these are listed below and include the type of door itself. While other considerations revolve around the type of wood you will use and if you will have it stained or painted to match the room where you’re having them installed.

You also need to make sure that you have a budget put in place before you start shopping, determine the price and stick to it. Understand the advantages and disadvantages of each type of door will help you eliminate the doors that aren't best for you so that you can narrow down the selection and make a final decision.

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Pocket Doors

A pocket door is a door that when open slides and is concealed along its length into the adjacent wall compartment. These are used most often when the area does not allow room for a hinged door or where full access is needed. The advantage is that it is blank, like a swinging door, therefore you can match it with other doors in your home. The door panel itself can be stained or painted to make a specific statement or blend right in with all of the rest. Once the door is installed the casing of part of the trim, including built-up headers or parting beads, can match your other doors.

There are a couple of drawbacks to wooden pocket closet doors including that it takes a bit of skill for installation. For these doors, you will need to have an opening that is double the depth of wall so that the special frame can be installed. Also, if something goes wrong with the mechanism and the door is open, you might not be able to close it until the wall is opened up. This expense is very rare, but you should be aware of the possibility prior to purchasing one.

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Bifold Doors

Four-panel and two-panel configurations are available for bifold doors. Each panel is paired with an additional panel using hinges. Bifold doors do not need as much room as swinging doors do because the doors fold when you open them so less of the floor needs to be clear. This allows for more space to place your furniture. These doors are light weight and they also tend to be less costly than other doors you might find. The hinges are able to be matched with the metal already in your room and the door knobs can do so also. A simple design, the bifold door generally opens easily because the weight of the panels is distributed equally.

One drawback is that when the doors are open, they allow you to see most of what is stored however they still take up some of the space as they hang along the opening. Maintenance can be an issue also as these doors have a tendency to be temperamental. You may also find that these doors use specialized hardware that can be less durable than you might prefer. It takes framing and special techniques to get the doors set and functioning properly, therefore, a professional installation might be best.

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Double Doors

Double doors consist of two doors that swing, one has a left-hand swing and the other door a right-hand swing. When used for closets these doors are typically hung individually and open from the middle allowing you total access to your stored items. Because of their more simple design, such as many French doors, the wood closet double doors will have many fewer maintenance issues. Since the blanks and jambs for the door are standard, you should be able to match the hardware and trim to the other doors in your home. The hardware and hinges on these doors tend to be durable and they also tend to stay in alignment even when they are used frequently.

The main disadvantage here is that these doors swing out to open, therefore, they require floor space in this pathway to be clear from furniture or other items. These doors tend to be a little heavier so might not be as good for a child’s room or used in an elderly person’s room. Overall, however the door that is most functional for you and your space will be the best investment of your money.

Questions And Answers

How do you paint closet doors?

To paint closet doors you will need to remove the chipped and old paint. You can then sand the door down and apply a primer. Once the primer has dried you can begin the painting process. Make sure that you allow the paint time to completely dry in between coats.

How do you install closet doors?

The closet door installation process is different for each type of door. You have hinged doors, sliding doors, bi-fold doors, etc. So it is important that you know the type of door you have. Some doors are much easier to install than others, most will require little or no assistance.

What kind of paint do you use for closet doors?

Paint that is latex and water-based is the best to use. This paint will emit less order than a product that is oil-based. A paint with an eggshell or satin finish is going to be somewhat reflective, resistant to moisture, as well as fairly easy to clean.

Are closet doors easy to install?

Closet doors are relatively easy to install, of course, this will depend on the type of door you are installing. Some closet doors are easier than others. Another determining factor of how easy they are to install will be the amount to repair experience that you have.

What types of closet doors are best for the bedroom?

The type of closet door that is best for you bedroom will be based on your bedroom. For example pocket doors, sliding doors, and accordion style doors all are great for small places. Hinged doors do take up more space but seem to be the most common door used.

What size sliding closet doors?

The size of sliding closet doors will vary. However, most of these types of doors will be 24, 28, 30, 32 or 36 inches for the width. The general height for these doors is about 80 inches.

How do you install sliding closet doors?

First, install the frame if there isn’t one. Afterwards, you will install the top track. Then, install the door rollers and brackets. You can then set your door rollers. You will now check for proper leveling and adjust if needed. Install door hardware and floor guide. Lastly, install door hardware.

What is the best color for a closet door?

Closet doors can come in just about any color you would like. There is not just one best color. You should match the color of the closet doors to each room style and color theme.

Is white the best color for a closet door?

White could be the best color for a closet door if you don’t have light-colored walls. If your walls and furniture are darker-colored, white would look great on your closet doors.

What kind of closet door would look the best?

The type of closet door that would look best varies based on the size of your room and the style of the room too. Accordion doors look great in natural and older style rooms. Swinging doors may be best for a basic room.

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How To Measure A Sliding Closet Door

Like bi-fold doors, sliding closet doors are ideal in rooms where you don’t want to waste space with a door that swings out into the room. However, they have some advantages over bi-fold doors. Since they don’t fold, they’re ideal for exterior mirror installation without the center seam you’d get with the bi-fold. In addition, depending on the style of sliding closet door, they can practically blend into the wall.

Maybe you didn’t get that style, though, and you want it or another style. Maybe your sliding closet door is just running off the tracks. Whatever the reasoning, you’re looking to purchase a new one and just need to know how to measure the sliding closet door size. In that case, here are some quick tips on how to get the best measurement.

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How To Remove Bi-fold Closet Doors

Offering a decorative, space-saving solution for apartments and small homes, bi-fold closet doors are oftentimes used to conceal appliances and other items you want out of sight. The wooden, two-panel doors are held together with hinges that connect to a top and bottom track with pivots. The average 36-inch bi-fold closet door weighs 30 pounds, so it is also lightweight.

Homeowners find a plethora of reasons for the need to remove the bi-fold closet door.  Adding a new appliance to the home or replacing the doors with an updated version are two common reasons that these doors are removed, although a homeowner may have one of many other reasons to take them down. Door repair is yet another reason why you may need to remove the bi-fold closet doors.

No need to phone a professional handyman to remove bi-fold closet doors. This is an easy DIY job you can complete with just a few tools and time needed. Use the step-by-step how to remove bi-fold closet doors guide below, and you’ll easily complete this project as well as any professional. Put your skills to work and learn how to remove bi-fold closet doors.

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How To Install Bifold Doors

If you are looking for doors for smaller spaces, like closets or a laundry room, bifold doors might be the perfect option for you because they save space and are affordable. These doors are also very easy to install and repair if needed, making them perfect for apartments and family homes.

Bifold doors can even be installed by the average person quite easily. If you are interested in installing bifold doors in your home, and you need a little help, just purchase your supplies and follow the steps below.

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Accordion Closet Doors

The main purpose of closet doors is to conceal the contents of your storage area. Every room always looks neater when clothes and other clutter are concealed. Even if your closet is immaculate, you probably want some privacy and would like it concealed from the rest of the room. Also, when you have bought that perfect outfit or suit, you don’t want it out in the open when you dog or cat rubs up against it getting unwanted fur all over it. The kids might want to play dress up with mom and dad’s clothing but with the door closed they might not see those expensive pieced even you have to be careful with. Accordion closet doors are a great choice to fulfill these needs. These doors come in many different designs, so you can be sure the door you choose matches the style of your home. Unlike the old days when the accordion would easily come off the track, the new way of making them almost ensures perfect operation every time. You might even be able to do it yourself because the easy installation of these doors makes it a single day project, and you can guarantee your room will be transformed. read more

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Wood Sliding Closet Doors

When your home was built, did the contractor use high grade material for each of the doors or were the doors on the bedroom closets a place they may have scrimped a little? Since the door to your closet is intended to be a purchase that is long lasting, it only makes sense to look at the different aspects to ensure you are making a decision that is wise. There are many factors that go into your purchase of a new closet door from style to color, material, and even the door type. Probably being aware of the term builder’s grade, but did you know that it is generally considered a negative term because it denotes a lower quality of door? Even a builder can use a quality or higher standard at the beginning, but the cost must be passed along to the buyer. You need to understand what each type of door does and how it functions to determine if it might be the best option for you. Below you will find explanations for the different options that you have for closet doors so that you are making a wise decision based on space requirements, usage, and even required maintenance. read more

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Plantation Style Wood Closet Doors Sliders

Without proper airflow, especially in warm and humid climates, closets can quickly become musty. Trapped moisture can promote the growth of mold or mildew, causing a noticeable odor and potentially damaging anything stored in the space. One solution to this problem is to install plantation style wood closet doors sliders instead of solid doors. The louvered slats encourage better airflow while still visually concealing the interior of the closet thanks to the overlapping design. Plantation style wood closet doors sliders can be constructed of a variety of wood species, giving you control over the final look. Plus, many of them can be stained, washed, or painted, allowing you to achieve your ideal color. read more

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