Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color Slab Open Type
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1000059
Price: $65.50
Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color Sliding Open Type

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Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color accordion Open Type

Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color accordion Open Type

Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color Slab Open Type

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Price: $65.50
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Warranty
6years
Door Type
Slab
Style
Traditional
Color
Oak
Brand
Brand
Shipping Time
1week
Installation Costs
$99-$199
Series
Reznack
Current Specs
Panels
5 Panels
Product description

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.

Strong, durable track ensures a lifetime of smooth operation for sliding doors.
Specially-designed hinges on traditional doors open and close effortlessly.
A wide variety of colors, glass styles, and finishes will match any interior beautifully.
High-quality composite materials are both strong and lightweight.
Doors available in all standard sizes, as well as custom sizes in ¼ inch increments.
Key Features
Installation

Installing your closet door has never been easier. All door styles come with specially-designed installation kits that include easy-to-read instructions and all materials needed for you to install your door in less than thirty minutes per closet. All special tools are included as well, excluding a phillips head screwdriver. A battery-powered automatic screwdriver is recommended for faster and easier installation.

Materials

All materials are of the highest quality an design. Tracks and hinges are stainless steel or aluminum for rust resistance and durability. All glass (in mirrors and glass paneling) is shatter-resistant to minimize injury risk. Track doors can sturdy connectors to prevent jumping the track or binding. All composites are heat-treated to prevent warping.

Door Options

Doors can slide on a track, disappear into a pocket, or open on a hinge. Glass panels can be clear, tinted, textured or etched, or you can choose from our line of impressive decals. The doors themselves are a special composite material that won’t warp or weaken, and are easy to paint should you want to change the color in the future.

Warranty

All door and panel types are guaranteed to be delivered free of defects or faults of any kind. The optional installation warranty covers professional installation only. A two year limited warranty covers track and hinge operation, but does not cover pocket doors. A lifetime warranty is available only on the basic option kit (see product detail for more information).

Current Specifications
Dimensions
Size
36 In. By 80 In.
Weight
75 Lbs.
Thickness
2.50 In.
Specifications
Brand
AmeriCloset
Series
Reznack
Warranty
6 Years
Installation Costs
$99-$199
Shipping Time
1 Week
Color
Oak
Core Type
Solid
Door Type
Slab
Use Location
Closet
Style
Traditional
Panels
5 Panels
Material
Composite
Finish Type
Painted
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Reznack Series Closet Door Oak Color Slab Open Type
Reznack Series Closet Door Oak 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.
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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.
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.
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 is the average price for closet doors?
Closet doors range in price. There are closet doors which are inexpensive and closet doors that are more expensive. The average price for these doors is between $100 and $250.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 type of closet door should you install?
If you have a smaller room, you may want to consider installing a pocket door for the closet door. If you have a large room, sliding closet doors or the normal outswing closet door would be great.
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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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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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Small spaces have different types of layout and functional challenges, irrespective of what purpose they serve. A tiny house, a small bathroom or bedroom all share a similar need, which is to maximize every inch of space.

A sliding closet door conveniently separates your closet from the bedroom, and you don’t have to sacrifice any of your floor space. They provide full access to the interior of your closet, which gives you more storage space. Installing sliding closet doors is an easy do-it-yourself job, which does not take that much time. Read through our guide and you will be able successfully complete the job in a breeze.

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Sliding glass closet doors are strong, yet lightweight. Durable, yet beautiful. These doors are a wonderful way for you to enrich your room while also saving space. You can find sliding doors that are both custom-built and those that are ready-made for standard sized openings. You will have the option of laminated glass or tempered glass in addition to various types of hardware for your doors. These doors are built to impress but also are made with safety in mind. Some people might shy away from glass sliding doors because they fear the doors will come tumbling down or shatter if opened too hard. Well, sure they could, but it is doubtful due to the tempered glass and sturdy tracks that hold them in place. However, before you pick the door that is right for you there are some things that you will want to consider. You want to ensure that the decision you make is one that is well thought out and that you have looked over and compared the different types of sliding glass closet doors that are available. Comparing your options and knowing what you are buying will help to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your purchase. read more

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Sliding Mirror Closet Doors

With today’s interior design projects mirrored closet doors are becoming ever more popular. Companies that manufacturer these doors are designing great stylish options for you to choose from as well. There is a great deal that will go into deciding if your home is in need of new doors. You’ll want to know for sure if you have a standard sized door so do a quick measurement and then check to see how the track on the floor and ceiling are installed. Sliding closet doors are a wonderful way to add extra space to your home because they don’t take up floor space like a traditional swinging hinged door does. These doors are generally affordable, and you are sure to be able to find one that will fit in with the current interior of your home. There is just something to be said for mirrored closet doors and the great appeal that they give to your home as they seem to open the space and enhance the overall room. The appearance in your room will be brighter but these doors will also provide you with the head to toe reflection to ensure you have the right colors matched between your outfit and shoes. read more

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Contemporary Closet Doors

Ok, it’s time. Once you have decided that you are ready to upgrade to contemporary closet doors, you need to take a few things into consideration. The location of the closet along with the space that you have available will play a big part in determining the type of door that is best for you. So, do I have the space for a door that will swing into the closet or swing out into the room? Will I have to get something that just spreads wide instead because I need that space for furniture? Am I going to have to walk in and close it because I stored stuff behind the swing in door? What should I do? Regardless of the style that you choose, you want a closet door that will allow you easy access to anything that is inside of it and fit in with the rest of your home’s interior. How many times have I forgotten that extra set because it’s hidden behind the door? Three options that you have when it comes to doors are sliding doors, hinged doors, and bi-fold doors. The best door for you is simply going to come down to personal preference, and again, space. read more

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