|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 36 x 80 inches|
|Item model number||DPBPLLC36|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One year limited|
Closet Door, Bi-fold, Louver Louver Plantation (36x80)
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|Color||Unfinished||Natural Wood||White||Sand White||Frost White|
|Item Dimensions||36 x 1 x 80 in||36 x 1 x 80 in||36 x 1 x 80 in||9.06 x 2.8 x 80.12 in||5 x 4 x 80 in|
|Material Type||Pine||Pine||Pine||glass hardboard||wood|
Add the natural beauty and warmth of wood to your home with our solid pine bi-fold doors. The plantation 2” wide decorative louvers give the doors a modern, clean style. The doors are durable, made of solid pine, and are easy to install (hardware is included). Our bi-fold doors are unfinished and can be painted or stained to match your décor, or can be left unfinished for a beautiful, natural look. The doors are constructed from solid pine from environmentally-friendly, sustainable yield forests. The high-quality vertical grain delivers the best appearance and performance. Measurements: 36” = Net size is 78 ¾” high x 35 11/16” wide for opening of 80” x 36” wide for one door; includes track
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Compared to the old doors which were clunky and heavy, the new doors are very light and once adjusted, need little force to open them. It also meets the wife's approval, which is a big plus.
of the doors "attach" to the track above is not very effective. It would work better if the part that attaches to the top of the door was installed in the track, rather than relying on the two pieces to stay together while gravity has other ideas about it. If you don't open and close the doors very often you might not even notice.
Slight issue for us. One of the doors had a slight warp on the edge of the wood with the hinge, which caused the door to stay open slightly, which we noticed after we hung it and closed it. Once we hung the other door and closed both together, they fit snugly and the warp was hard to see. Also, probably due to the warp, the screws in the middle hinge had fallen out. This was easy to fix and again, not a deal breaker for us. I'm sure it's a one-off, as any wood product is probably going to have some warp issues depending on where and how it was shipped.