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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 TipsInterior Wood Doors

While you may not think of them that often, your doors are an essential part of your home, so it's important to pick the best ones. Interior wood doors can be as beautiful as exterior wood doors, but they have a few advantages over entry doors. For example, unless something has gone terribly wrong, your interior wood doors will never be soaked with rain. In addition, they don't have to be as strong as entry doors, so they're often a little cheaper.

If you don't know where to start when it's time to start shopping for interior wood doors, then here is a good place. You can learn, for instance, the difference between the core types of interior wood doors. You can also find out your options for opening and operating styles, as well as how to maintain an interior wood door.

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Core Strength

With interior doors, you have a bit more leeway when it comes to door types than you do with exterior doors. With the latter, for example, you should never use hollow core doors. However, they are an option for interior doors. Hollow core doors aren't entirely hollow, by the way—they have a plastic or cardboard honeycomb inside. They can be flimsy, but they're the least expensive, and worth considering if you need to buy several interior doors. They're also a decent option for closet or pantry doors. The opposite of hollow core doors are solid wood doors, which are made of solid slabs of wood or wood pieces constructed together. They're the most expensive type and they look the best. Meeting these doors in the middle are solid core doors, which feature wood veneer glued onto a solid wooden core.

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Operating Room

One way to differentiate interior door types is by how they operate. Perhaps the most common type is the hinged swinging door. Chances are, you're familiar with these doors. Everyone has at least one in their home or office. However, if you're trying to cover a larger door opening or you're trying to save space, then you might want to consider a different style. Folding or sliding doors are the other two common door types. Folding wood doors are usually bifold doors, which means the door folds into two parts. You often see them used as closet doors. Sliding doors can be installed in the door frame or hang over it, like barn doors do. They can be bypass doors in which one door opens by sliding over or behind the other door. They can also clear the opening, like pocket or barn doors do.

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Maintenance, an Inside Job

Because they're not exposed to the elements like exterior doors, interior wood doors require a lot less maintenance. However, because wood doors are vulnerable to moisture, that means that they'll need special care if you use them in rooms like bathrooms, kitchens, or other rooms that get humid. In these situations, be sure to check your doors on a regular basis for any signs of moisture damage, like warping. Of course, even without being exposed to moisture, interior wood doors will need some upkeep. Dust the doors regularly so that the finish doesn't get scratched, and clean them with mild soap or a commercial wood cleaner. Make sure you dry the door thoroughly after cleaning. In addition, refinish the doors as needed. If you're seeing peeling or flaking, then don't wait too long to refinish your doors.

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Interior Wood Doors: A Shopper’s Guide

Since the inside of your home isn’t exposed to the elements, it can be a great place to feature authentic interior wood doors. The beauty of natural wood grain makes these doors a highly desirable option for discerning homeowners, but the sheer number of choices can make finding the right options difficult.

In most cases, interior wood doors are functionally designed in one of four ways, including:

  • Single Swing
  • French
  • Sliding / Pocket
  • Bifold

Determining which option is right for you often involves examining the size of the doorway, the amount of available floor space and if there is an existing door that is simply being replaced.

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Functional Design

Before you purchase any interior wood doors, you need to understand how the different functional designs work. A single swing door involves a single wood door that has hinges placed on one edge. The door may swing into only one room or, with specialty hinges, may swing both ways through the door opening. However, these doors do require floor space to be available for operation. Bifolds don’t need as much space to operate, though do intrude into the room a bit when opened.

If you are limited on space, then a sliding door, such as a barn door, may be ideal. Pocket doors can also be an excellent solution, as these slide into the adjoining wall. But, if you don’t currently have a pocket door, the wall may need to be opened to complete the installation, which can be costly. Larger doorways may benefit from dual sliders or French doors.

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Style

Wood is an incredibly versatile material when it comes to style. Interior wood doors can be created to match nearly any architectural period or aesthetic preference. Versions with panels and certain trim details look great in traditional or historic homes, like Victorians, while streamlined designs are ideal for modern or contemporary spaces. Wood doors can also be found with rustic or industrial styling for those who prefer that look.

Essentially, the style options are practically endless, and manufacturers do an excellent job of offering designs that appeal to a wide range of buyers. You can also find interior wood doors that feature panes of glass, allowing light to penetrate into different areas of your home and adding another visual element to the design.

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Finishes

Most interior wood doors feature one of two finishes. For those who prefer the natural beauty of wood, a simple stain or seal may be an ideal solution. Often, stains are designed to highlight the grain and mimic the usual color of different wood types, which can be an excellent approach for adding a sense of warmth to a room.

However, tinted or colored stains are available, allowing you to add an unexpected color while still clearly seeing the grain. Alternatively, interior wood doors can easily be painted in any color you can find. This allows you to keep things simple, such as with a classic white or black paint, or add an unexpected pop of color by using a brighter shade.

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 Install Hinges On A New Door

Door hinges play a crucial role in your daily life; they provide support to all of your doors. Door hinges, especially on exterior doors, are usually the first line of protection and safety for your family. Inside your house, they provide privacy to your family members. Installing hinges on a new door is a skill that can be easily mastered and can prove to be invaluable for you as a homeowner, especially if you enjoy D.I.Y. projects.

The majority of door hinges are recessed, or surface mounted. It is also likely that you will come across combination models that are partly surface mounted and partly recessed. It is important to start with accurate and precise measurements and always use tools and materials that will ensure superior results.

In case you are hanging a new door on an old frame, you will have to cut fresh hinges on your door carefully. New doors, also called door blanks, feature flat and smooth sides, and do not have any hinge locations. This design will allow you the convenience of placing the hinges where you like on your door so that it matches your existing frame. You could save plenty of money when building or remodeling your home by buying door blanks and cut the hinge mortise on your own. You can do this easily with a chisel and hammer.

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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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Cabinet Door Styles

Whether you are buying entirely new cabinets or simply replacing your cabinet doors, the style of each cabinet door has a significant impact on the final look. They can dictate whether a piece feels rustic, traditional, or contemporary, something that may determine whether the cabinet works with your current décor. The number of available cabinet door styles seems endless. However, there are specific categories that many fall into, allowing you to narrow down your search as you seek out new cabinet doors. Understanding what defines each larger type is paramount if you want to shop efficiently, allowing you to narrow down your options with greater ease. By and large, the cabinet door material does not entirely dictate a cabinet door’s style, so you don’t have to feel limited. Natural wood doors are available in nearly every category, as well painted or laminate finishes. read more

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When you need to keep items inside of a cabinet secure, adding cabinet door locks can be a great approach. This allows you to control access to the interior in varying degrees, depending on the kind of lock you choose. Often, when shoppers start looking for cabinet door locks, they are surprised by the number of options available. Some are mounted on the cabinet doors while others must be inset, requiring portions of the door material to be removed to accommodate the lock. Temporary locks may not attach physically to the doors at all, relying solely on the handles to prevent entry. Additionally, some locks are keyed while others aren’t, a point that can determine how accessible the cabinet is to others, including people in the household. read more

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Interior Bifold Doors

Ok, so you’re walking through your home or office and see some doors on closets or rooms that might need to be replaced soon because these are either looking bad, or you’re tired of how they open and close. One of the types of doors you could have in your home are the interior bifold doors. These are the types of doors that include two narrow and tall sections. They are connected by using hinges. They hang on a track that is installed in the door way. When you are opening these doors, they fold together instead of swinging out, so they are completely out of your way along the edges of the door frame. These are some of the kinds of interior bifold doors. Consider how much space you must allocate to the typical hinged door that has to swing toward or away from you when you open it. With bifold doors, you won’t have to worry about that any longer. You can choose which kind would be best for the rooms in your home once you learn more about each of these interior bifold doors. read more

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