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  1. Cedar Color Modern Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Cedar Color Modern Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  2. Cherry Color Contemporary Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Cherry Color Contemporary Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  3. Fir Color Modern Style Slab solid Core interior Doorview
    Fir Color Modern Style Slab solid Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  4. Cherry Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Cherry Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  5. Fir Color Contemporary Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Fir Color Contemporary Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  6. Mahogany Color Classic Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Mahogany Color Classic Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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  8. Oak Color Contemporary Style Slab solid Core interior Doorview
    Oak Color Contemporary Style Slab solid Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  9. Oak Color Classic Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Oak Color Classic Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  10. White Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    White Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. Fir Color Rustic Style Slab solid Core interior Doorview
    Fir Color Rustic Style Slab solid Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  12. Oak Color Rustic Style Slab solid Core interior Doorview
    Oak Color Rustic Style Slab solid Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Cedar Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Doorview
    Cedar Color Traditional Style Prehung Hollow Core interior Door
    Insideout interior doors come in a dazzling array of styles and colors. Choose from French, panel, bifold, barn or pocket doors. There are dozens of pre-painted colors to choose from, and all doors come primed so you can paint them for yourself if you want. Material types to choose from include composite, fiberglass, or hardwoods like mahogany, cherry, and oak. There are three standard sizes to choose from, or you can customize in ½” increments.All doors are a breeze to install and come with all necessary screws, as well as pre-attached steel hinges in the optimum configuration. Replacement doors are available for damage or marring that occurs during shipment, and a limited warranty covers normal wear and tear on frame, hinges, and door surfaces.
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsHollow Core Interior Doors

The average home has approximately 20 interior doors, which makes hollow-core doors an attractive option for several reasons. Solid core doors can be up to 50% more expensive, and that adds up quickly when you’re looking at equipping an entire house. In addition to the budgetary benefits hollow core doors offer, there are a myriad of other advantages to consider.

A common assumption people make is that all interior doors need to be exactly the same, but this isn’t the case. Doors are functional, and each room has different needs and considerations—pairing each room with a door that is a great fit will help you achieve the perfect balance of appearance, utility, and cost savings.

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What’s The Point Of The Door?

Think about why you need the door. Although one interior door may seem like any other at first glance, there are a number of reasons why a door is necessary. If you’re selecting one for a bedroom, bathroom, or office, there’s a higher premium on privacy and sound-dampening properties. If the door will be used for a closet or pantry, however, there’s no need to worry about this, making the cost savings of hollow-core doors a no-brainer! Remember to fit each door to its purpose: appropriately mapping out what you need where will save you time, energy, and money in the long run.

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What’s The Weather Like?

Solid core and hardwood doors have many advantages, but one area where hollow-core doors consistently outperform them is in areas of high humidity. Moisture can wreak havoc on wood, but hollow-core doors are designed to mitigate this to the greatest degree possible. Everyone has dealt with the frustration of a door that has warped and no longer fits squarely within the jamb: having to pull hard just to get the bolt to settle in the frame and hold the door closed is the last thing you want. Even if you don’t live in an area with high humidity, it might make sense to consider using a hollow-core door in rooms where moisture is consistently present, such as a laundry room or bathroom.

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Losing Weight Where It Counts!

Door weight is a huge factor to consider. Although relatively straightforward, hanging doors is a precise science. An eighth of an inch difference between one side and the other can permanently affect the door’s seal, whether it naturally swings open or closed, or the resistance and wear your hinges encounter. Think through the installation process: if you’re planning on hanging the doors yourself, the significant weight reduction in hollow-core doors may become a deciding factor. In the end, the most critical aspect of a door is that it is installed correctly; if solid core doors don't allow this because of the constraints you’re dealing with, consider choosing a hollow-core door.

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How to Shop for Hollow Core Interior Doors

When you're installing new or replacing interior doors, you typically have two main choices: doors with solid cores or doors that are hollow. The difference between the two should be self-explanatory—one door is made of a solid piece of material, while the other has a hollow core. Solid wood doors are a little more expensive and weigh more so they must use a heavier gage hinge to support it when attached to your door jamb. This adds to the cost.

The hollow core isn’t entirely hollow, though. There is a honeycomb of fiberboard inside the door to give it structure and strength. Reasons why you might choose a hollow core interior door instead of a solid door include:

  • less need for sound dampening
  • you want to save money
  • you need a lighter door

These doors weigh less and don’t require the heavy-duty hinge but are also easier to move by one person if off the hinge for some reason, such as painting. If you’re working alone on the remodel, you’ve got to install several new doors, or you’re just looking to replace one economically, hollow core interior doors can be a good choice for you.

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In Its Right Place

Since hollow core interior doors are, by their nature, not solid all the way through, they don’t block sound as well as solid or solid core doors do. That means that hollow core interior doors tend to be best for areas where keeping down sound isn't so much of an issue, such as closets, pantries, and laundry rooms. That doesn't mean, however, that you can't use them for other spaces, like bedrooms and bathrooms. It never hurts to be able to listen at your daughter’s bedroom door when she’s on the phone with her friends, does it?

Noise may not be an issue in your home, for example. If that's the case, then it might make sense (and cents) for you to save money by choosing hollow core interior doors rather than a costlier substitute such as a door made from solid wood or fiberglass. They can do well anywhere in your house, as long as they're inside your house, because hollow core doors are usually not a good idea for exterior doors. They would not be the right choice to use in keeping your home and family safe from intruders who might easily break through them and into your home, not to mention the damage done by the weather.

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Installation Information

One of the biggest draws of hollow core interior doors is their light weight. Because they're not as heavy as solid doors, they're easier for homeowners to install themselves. They will often come with hardware attached which makes it even more convenient for the DIY project warrior. However, even in you have to attach the hardware yourself, it’s not a tough job and the hinges can easily be set in place. This is also a benefit because you’ll be able to choose exactly what you want rather than having to go with what is already there.

If your door frame is in good condition, all you'll need is a simple slab door. However, if there is damage to your door frame or you want to replace it as well, you can purchase a new door that comes with a new frame. These are known as prehung doors and they're not much more difficult to install than slab, or blank doors, as they're also called. If the frame has even minimal damage, you should replace it. It may seem like you're saving money by keeping it, but it can cost you more down the road and cause a lot of headaches doing so. Better to save the trouble now and start fresh.

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Core Control

Keeping things maintained is one of the most important ways we can save ourselves money and time. That's why we change the oil in our cars regularly and rotate or replace the tires. We could just avoid that task and buy a new car when the engine shuts down, but that would be silly. It's the same with our homes. Hollow core interior doors are not going to last for centuries, but you can still take good care of them. As with other doors, you should oil the hinges when needed and check the hardware regularly.

Installing door stops is also a good idea, since hollow core interior doors can be vulnerable to damage from hard blows. Because the door is lightweight, someone might use more force than necessary and slam the door knob against the wall gouging a hole into the wall, which could also be prevented using a door stop. If the door is damaged, you can do patch repair. However, with the low cost of the doors, it may make more sense just to replace the door entirely. Consider your budget and the value of how the aesthetics of your home interplay. Will you get upset each time you see that damage on the door?

Questions And Answers

How do you hang an interior door?

To install an interior door you need to use the provided hardware and a screwdriver or drill to attach the hinges to the door jamb. The catch is that you need to make sure that the door is hung level in order to make sure that it can function properly.

How do you measure for a Prehung door?

Measure stud to stud at the frame top, bottom, and middle. Use smallest measurement. Measure stud top frame to the floor on right side and then the left. Use smallest measurement. Now measure the jam depth, the typical is either 6 9/16 inches or 4 9/16 inches.

How do you determine the swing of a door?

There are a few ways that you can determine the door inswing. One is to enter the door with your back facing the hinges. This will have you standing in the doorway sideways. If the hinges are on your left side, the door is left-hand. The right side means right-handed.

What size opening for a 32 inch door?

The rough opening that is typically required for installing a door that is prehung needs to be two inches wider in size, as well as two inches taller than the door itself. Therefore, a two-foot and eight-inch door, 32 inches, will require an opening that is 34 inches wide.

How do you measure interior doors?

To measure interior doors, you start with the opening’s width on top, bottom and middle. Write down the smallest number. Take casing off if you didn’t already do that. Measure from floor on right and left to the base of the door’s header. Write down the smallest height.

How do you measure a door opening?

To get this measurement, you first take off the casing from the top and sides of your door. Then, measure from inside face of one stud to the other. Write down your measurement. Then, measure from bottom of header to subfloor. Write down that measurement.

How do you measure the rough opening for a door?

The rough opening for a door is measured by removing the casing, measuring from one side stud to the other side stud and then measuring from the subfloor to the bottom of the door’s header. Be sure to mark down the measurements on a notepad.

How do I frame an interior door?

To frame an interior door, you first need to get the measurements of your door. Then, you will get wood to cut to the size for surrounding the door. Nail or screw those into place around the door.

What is the rough opening for a double door?

The rough opening for a double door has a general rule. You will usually take the average door and times both the width and the height by 2.

What is the average price of an interior door?

With the cost of installation, interior doors could be around $500. If you are only purchasing the door, depending on which one you choose to get, the price could be an average of $100 to $350.

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How To Make Attic Door

If you don’t have much space inside of your home, which happens to just about everyone, it is time to do something about that. You need a storage solution that might just be easier than you thought. Just about every house has a little attic area. Generally, it isn’t cooled or heated and doesn’t have much space for you to move around but you can store some things in it such as luggage, decorations, out of season clothing and more.

However, you need an easy access to your attic area and by learning how to make an attic door, you will have your solution. If you already have an older staircase to your attic area, these may be a bit dangerous. By following the steps here, you can make your attic door bigger and easier to get through. You will only need to enlarge the doorway, put it an easier staircase and some steel cables. There will even be a handrail so it is safer as well.

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How To Remove A Swinging Door

Many homes have swinging doors that separate the kitchen from the rest of the living area. While these can be preferable over standard doors since they allow you to pass through easily when your hands are full, they also come with drawbacks.

A door swinging back into place may strike someone on the other side which may be a big concern in a household with small children. They also make the kitchen feel closed off from the rest of the house and prevent light from streaming in.

Luckily, removing a swinging door is a quick and easy process. So much so that almost any homeowner can get the job done, needing only basic hand tools to complete the work. Here’s what you need to do.

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How To Hang A Slab Door

There are many reasons to replace an interior door in your home. Your old door might be in disrepair or it may just not look good anymore. Of course, you don’t have to have a “functional” reason to replace a door. Maybe you’re tired of the style of it or you want to replace it with a door with a glass panel so you can get more light in a room. Whatever the reason, if you want to hang a slab door, you don’t have to get professional help. It’s something you can do on your own with some basic tools and a little time and elbow grease.

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Building new or remodeling a home always means you have many choices to make that may stress the budget. While doors made of other materials can be cheaper, sometimes you get what you pay for—a cheap door. That can be an okay temporary solution, but if you want a door that will last, you want a solid wood interior door. Using solid wood interior doors will ensure you have the beauty of wood that matches other wood in your home. You are able to let the natural grain show through or have a specific color scheme throughout. Of course, one or more of these benefits may be of no interest to you. Perhaps, for example, you're not interested in selling your house any time soon, so you couldn't care less about the resale value. That doesn't mean that solid wood interior doors can't still have value for you. They'll save you money, for instance, when you don't have to replace them for years. Whatever you're looking for in interior doors, you can likely find in solid wood. read more

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