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Traditional wood accordion Door in a Fir Color with a solid Core Measuring 57 in. by 96 in.
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What is an accordion door?

An accordion door is a door that opens by folding back in section onto itself as opposed to hinges that make the door swing. These doors are used inside homes and business to close off one room or area from another. You may see them used for closet or rooms.

What are accordion doors used for?

Accordion doors can be used for many reasons. One of the main reasons is for being able to section off a particular area, such as a closet or a room. These doors are also used in spaces that are small as a way of conserving space.

Do accordion doors come in different materials?

"Yes, they do in fact come in different materials. There are three main fabrication materials that you will find accordion doors made from. These are UPVC, aluminum, and hardwood. Each of the materials has different benefits and a different look, therefore you should keep this in mind when shopping.

How much does it cost to install accordion doors?

Accordion doors are quite costly. Most of these doors are going to cost you between $700 and $1,000 per square linear foot. This won’t include the installation. If you have an opening that is 12 feet, it could cost up to $11,000 or a bit more.

What is the best color for accordion doors?

The best color for accordion doors could vary from one room to the next. The color of the door should match or coincide with the color of the walls in that room.

What is the main benefit of an accordion door?

Many people believe the main benefit of accordion doors is that they are great for use as a space divider. If you have a room that could be split up, this door would be a perfect solution.

What rooms work best with accordion doors?

Accordion doors would work great in any room. If you have a larger room that you would like to have split into two sections, the accordion doors would be a great option.

Are accordion doors cheaper than other doors?

Accordion doors are much cheaper than other doors. Since they don’t require the hardware or knobs and locks like other doors, you will find quite the price cut on the accordion doors.

Do accordion doors work in any room?

Accordion doors can work in any room. If you have smaller rooms, these doors can take up less space than an open swing door. If you have larger rooms, these doors can work as dividers if you wish too.

Are accordion doors big?

Accordion doors come in many sizes. You have the choice of accordion doors with only two panels or there are accordion doors with more panels as well. The accordion doors can be purchased in different heights as well.

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How To Paint An Accordion Door

Like any other household door, accordion doors lose their aesthetic appeal with time. The color might not match your décor, or the surface may show wear and tear that you’d like to cover.

In most cases, even inexpensive accordion doors can be painted, giving them a fresh new look. If you want to paint an accordion door, follow these steps to get the job done.

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How To Make Accordion Doors

While buying premade accordion doors is easy, as they’re available from a variety of locations and in a variety of styles, you may have your own reasons for wanting to make your own. Maybe you want the satisfaction of building them yourself or maybe you just want to be able to decide everything about the style and function. Whatever your reasons, you can make your own accordion doors.

As for why you might want to use accordion doors, they are a quick way to separate a space without closing it off completely. You can make one room into two or into two smaller spaces when you need them without making any permanent changes. While this isn’t a project for a beginner, if you’re what you’d consider intermediate at home projects, you should be able to complete this one.

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How To Install Accordion Doors

Accordion doors can be a low-cost solution for a variety of needs. For example, if you have a doorway that’s too small for a traditional door or too wide for a single door, these folding doors may be ideal. They also make excellent room dividers.

You can find accordion doors in a range of colors, materials, and styles, allowing you to choose an option that fits with your décor.

Installing an accordion door is pretty easy, so it’s well within the reach of most homeowners. It also only requires the use of some basic tools, so you won’t have to invest in costly equipment to get the job done right.

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Accordion Bathroom Doors

As housing prices skyrocket, the sizes of living spaces are falling, especially in cities. Tricky renovations, the necessity of turning closets or hallways into bathrooms, and other downsizing options are testing the creativity of builders and designers. If you’re dealing with already tight spaces and struggling to figure out which way to have the door swing, consider an accordion style door for the bathroom. They offer a space-saving alternative to a hinged door, while still ensuring the privacy of the occupant. While hinged doors are the standard for home design, they aren’t always practical in use. Using a hinged door in a cramped space may swing out and block a hallway or swing inwards and interfere with maneuvering in a tight bathroom space. These types of struggles may even limit your renovation if you can’t find a solution. When neither option works in your space, an accordion bathroom door achieves functionality by staying right in line with the doorway whether open or closed. Accordion bathroom doors offer the ability to have a door in a location where the floor-plan and engineering might otherwise exclude them, increasing your options for utilizing limited space. read more

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Accordion Closet Doors

If you are in the process of purchasing new doors you might be having a difficult time deciding between sliding and accordion closet doors. Both types of closet doors are visually appealing and they both offer  many benefits, but they are also different in many ways. To make the best decision on the type of door that is right for you, it can help to know what the differences are between the two styles of doors. This guide is designed to walk you through some of the important things that are different between the two types of doors so that you can decide on a door which is perfect for your space and get started with the shopping process. Your new closet doors can be purchased and installed in little to no time so that you will be able to hide all your things behind that perfect door. Reviewing your many options is easy, so here we go. read more

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40 Inch Accordion Door

When you are looking for an accordion door for a 40-inch opening, it’s common to run into challenges. 40 inches isn’t a standard doorway size, so it’s easy to become frustrated if that is genuinely what you need. However, you do have options for addressing the situation, though they vary depending on whether the 40-inch accordion door is needed for an exterior or interior opening. Interior doorways that don’t have to be fully sealed are simpler to address thanks to the flexible design of accordion doors. Since exterior doors need to seal tightly, preventing drafts and water from leaking into the interior, you may need to take a different approach. read more

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