Not just another pretty face, our sliding closet doors are solid 3/4 in. MDF. In 1957, when our doors with ball bearing rollers and low profile threshold first hit the market it quickly became the top choice for Manhattan developers and architects alike. From Turner Construction when they built the Hofstra Dormitories to HRH Construction when they built the Trump Towers, developers continue to purchase our Impact Plus bi-fold and sliding doors.
Dimensions listed in the name of this sliding door are the finished openings, which includes the top and bottom track, the door and proper space between the door and tracks; the actual door panel is 93-1/2 in. for 96 in. tall openings
Sliding door is for a 96 in. wide finished opening and is made of three 32-1/2 in. panels
Slider height is adjustable from 95-1/2 in. x 96-1/2 in. for 96 in. tall doors
Solid construction gives the door a very solid and sturdy feel when opening and closing
Heavy-duty hardware, including ball bearing rollers, ensures smooth quiet operation
Adjustable hardware allows both vertical and horizontal adjustments to obtain proper fit and operation in most openings
Low profile 3/8 in. bottom track
Smooth clean primed white finish (unfinished - ready for paint or stain)
Track comes in a complimentary chrome trim
Each panel has 2-small finger pulls that function for or as the handles
Sliding doors slide past each other on a two track system allowing access to half of the closet opening at a time and do not open into the room creating more a more spacious feel
An optional triple track available at an extra cost that can be used for 3 and 4 panel units
Having never installed a closet door before, I wanted to eliminate the 'unknown' parts--namely, the rollers, sanding and priming the doors, whatever I could get out of doing, so I ordered this brand. It met my requests--smoothly sanded, well primed, rollers and sliders attached, and the quality of the all was excellent--not cheap. Since I was replacing an existing closet door, installing it wasn't quite as simple as it would have been otherwise, but, once installed, it's quite nice.
Negatives--The instructions are obviously written by a non-native English speaker, so are barely comprehensible and are very inadequate. Fortunately, there are plenty of good instructional videos available online. Also, because it's a composite, it's very heavy. Not a problem once installed, but it is heavy to pick up and move around. There weren't enough screws, either. For the price (fairly expensive), I think all the parts should be included.
Sturdy, Easy to Install, Well Made, High Quality
did not include all the screws needed, not "too heavy" but heavy