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MIke2000

06:40PM | 04/17/05
Member Since: 04/16/05
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I am going to replace the sliding closet doors in three rooms. The door openings are 9 feet wide by 96" tall (floor to ceiling) with three 3-foot sliders.

Since these are floor to ceiling, I don't think that bifolds are practical. Is this true? Three sets of 18" bifolds would fit if the they make them 96" tall.

I am looking for high quality doors compared to the mediocre quality that HD and ***** sells. I would like 6-panel raised panel style doors.

Does anyone know of a source for good quality doors? I have search the web and have come up woth nothing.

Thanks,

Mike


lrodptl

10:27AM | 05/16/05
Member Since: 02/13/99
74 lifetime posts
I just replaced my closet bifolds with stainable 6 panel pine from Reliabilt via L@#$s. $202 each and they came out beautiful.

trlee1

10:04AM | 10/03/09
Member Since: 10/02/09
1 lifetime posts
I, too, am trying to replace my bipass doors with bifold doors. My closet doors are also 96" tall. I don't see where ReliaBilt doors come in a 96" high bi fold.

I am looking for bifolds for openings of:

71" wide and 96" high;

46 3/4" wide and 96" high.

Any ideas that won't break the bank.

Thank you!
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