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Pocket Door by HideNdoor in a Oak Color and Composide Construction-Hardware Not included
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How much does it cost to put in a pocket door?

You should be able to find kits that are able to fit a 2X6 wall construction or a 2X4 wall construction. These kits cost between $150 and $350. If you are looking for professional installation you can expect to pay somewhere between $300 and $550 dollars, depending on complexity.

How do you take out a pocket door?

To remove a pocket door you need to pull the doors in your direction. At the same time that you are pulling the door, you should lift the rollers. You will then be able to remove the door completely from the track to complete replacement, maintenance, or repair.

How much does it cost to put in a pocket door?

A pocket door installation will cost you a minimum of about $400 dollars, that is for materials as well as labor. This is referring to an installation that is straightforward dealing with new construction or if your walls were removed for a remodel. The price can greatly increase from here.

How do you adjust a pocket door?

You will need a flashlight and a ladder to be able to look at the rollers. Most rollers you can adjust using a screwdriver or an open-end wrench. If you can't gain access you will need to remove the trim as well as the top casing.

What is a pocket door for?

Pocket doors have a couple of different uses. The first reason that people use pocket doors is for conserving space. A pocket door allows the door to slide into the wall, thus reducing the need for floor space. Pocket doors also offer an architectural effect that many people enjoy.

How do you put in a pocket door?

You will cut out an opening. Then, you will create the frame. From there, you can get the door installed into the opening you had created.

How do you install a pocket door in an existing wall?

To install a pocket door in an existing wall, you will cut out the opening size you want. After that, you create a door frame. Lastly, you can install the pocket door into that opening.

How do you install a pocket door lock?

You make sure the door is closed. Mark the location where you want the lock. Trace a lock template on the door. Cut through the template and install the door lock onto the pocket door.

How do I change a pocket door to a regular door?

You will take off the molding. Then, you cut and patch the drywall where needed. You can then replace the trim. After that, you can install the regular door.

Can you put a lock on a pocket door?

Yes, you can put a lock on a pocket door. You will just need to trace the lock template onto the door, so you can make sure it gets placed in the door correctly.

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How To Trim Out A Pocket Door

How To Trim Out A Pocket Door

Pocket doors are great for those looking for a way to hide doors that are open while also saving space. There are some challenges that come along with trimming pocket doors and completing the installation. Pocket doors have trim on the door frame opening to help maintain a look that is professional and finished. Now that you have your pocket doors installed you are ready to trim the frame out.

You need to obtain a few 1X4 boards while you are at the hardware store along with the rip-cutting blade that you need for the circular saw. With a little patience, you will be able to get the inside of your pocket door trimmed and looking great in no time.

 pocket door in a beautiful home

How To Take Off A Pocket Door

For homeowners with limited space or for those who crave unique aesthetic style, pocket doors serve the need perfectly. Pocket doors are frameless and hollow inside, and while similar to other sliding doors, set themselves apart from the competition because they attach to the top of the door using hangars. When the door is completely opened, it is out of sight, saving space as it adds character and ambiance to your area.

Knowing how to take off a pocket door is wise because the doors can sustain a variety of damages that require proper repair to keep it working as it should. Over time, wear and tear to the door and its accompanying parts can cause the door inability to slide across the track properly, damaged pieces, and other hassles. Hiring a handyman to complete the repair work to revive the door back to working condition  is unnecessary. For most people, it’s easy to take off a pocket door themselves, with just a few tools needed, and begin those repairs.

Using the step-by-step instructions below, homeowners can learn how to take off a pocket door and complete the project themselves in about half a day. Once the door is removed, making repairs or replacing the door with an updated style is simple. The instructions below also help you replace the door after you’ve made the repairs needed Gather tools needed to remove the pocket door before the project begins. Only a few items are needed for this task, so ensure that you’re prepared ahead of time. Follow these instructions to remove -and replace- a pocket door, making any necessary repairs during the process.

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How To Rehang A Pocket Door

Pocket doors are a popular option for closing off rooms that only occasionally need privacy or where floor space is limited. They are often featured in older homes, particularly between common areas like living rooms and kitchens, but have also found a place in modern, minimalist design.

If your pocket door isn’t sliding smoothly, drags on the floor, or doesn’t open or close at all, then it may have fallen off the track. When that happens, you need to rehang the pocket door, so it will operate properly.

Even though part of a pocket door’s track is located inside the wall, rehanging a pocket door isn’t as complicated as it seems on the surface. Here’s what you will need to do to rehang a pocket door.

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INTERESTING RESOURCES

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Wood Pocket Doors

Wood pocket doors are doors that are installed so that when they are opened, they slide on an upper track into spaces called pockets within the door frame. Instead of solid door jambs on the sides, they are split to contain the pockets. Wood pocket doors have been in use since the Victorian era at least, but they’ve become increasingly popular in recent years as we’ve become more conscientious about making the best use of space. Updates to the configuration of pocket doors allow them to glide into a cage or cassette that has been embedded into the wall ensuring that it will hold the door safely. Benefits of pocket doors include the ability to place your furniture just one time, but also not having a hinged door hanging out there to stub your toe on. Whether you want to maximize your floor space or you just like the look of them, wood pocket doors can be an excellent choice for your home. read more

Rolling Down the Tracks

single wood pocket door for a bathroom

Tracking the Issue

wood and glass pocket door for a bedroom

Ease of Access

two tone wood pocket door in a living room
glass pocket doors

Glass Pocket Doors

Traditionally, pocket sliding doors were used in spaces that were small due to the fact that they do not require as much space as a swinging door because they slide away into the existing wall. Because your walls have to be there, having a pocket built into it will allow you to have extra space as it stores the open door. Rather than being concern with the needed floor clearance required by a hinged door, pocket doors need nothing but the wall. Today however, glass pocket doors are considered to be a design feature which opens the space up elegantly or allows light to shine from one room into the other room. Pocket doors can come in many styles, finishes, and even different glass types such as frosted, smoked, black, and clear to name a few. Using a frosted or smoked glass will allow for some privacy if needed also. Glass pocket doors are able to create a look that is contemporary, crisp, and distinctive. Pocket doors open and close so easily, they are actually quiet in comparison to traditional swinging doors. The other great aspect of these doors is the fact that they are affordable, much more affordable than you may initially think. read more

Practical

frosted glass pocket doors

Design

frameless glass pocket door

Self-Installation

sliding glass pocket door
sliding pocket doors interior

Sliding Pocket Doors Interior

Now that you’ve lived there a while, are you wanting to add a feature that is unique to your home? If so then you might want to consider adding a pocket door to your home because they are unique and just not something common these days. Pocket doors get mounted to a track that is overhead and they move along it on rollers. When a pocket door is completely opened the doors tuck away behind the wall and out of sight. When the doors are closed they resemble a traditional door or can appear to be part of the wall. Your old doors on hinges may have been perfect when you first moved in but now you find they just don’t give you the access you want because it opens into the space and hides everything behind it. If pocket doors have been on your list of options for a door then you will likely want to know more about them. Below you will find information that will allow you to better understand the benefits of pocket doors and how they can compare to other door options that are available. We think you’ll be pleased with the way they look and perform. read more

Space Saving

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Decorative

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Versatile

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