New Interior Doors | Radnor, PA

The longer I have my business the more people come to me through Google searches and not just word of mouth. This client did just that. Another trend I am picking up on is people are calling me to repair and correct work that other contractors have left in their house. This was the situation with this client. The previous contractor removed two doors in their master bedroom and installed bifold doors. Not what the client wanted. During the estimate I found out they wanted french doors for the bathroom and closet because of the proximity of their bed and night stands to the door swing. The door swing of a 15″ door is much smaller than that of a 30″ door. The unpainted bifold doors were removed and new color matched doors were installed. Take a look below.

These are the unpainted bifolds that were installed in both locations.

These are the unpainted bifolds that were installed in both locations.

When the bifold doors were removed a total of 24 hinge locations need to be cut (12 on the door jambs and 12 on the doors).

When the bifold doors were removed a total of 24 hinge locations needed to be cut (12 on the door jambs and 12 on the doors).

Here are the doors installed into the master bathroom. Both doors needed to be scribed in order to fit into the jamb. After that was completed the doors were hung and the paint was touched up.

Here are the doors installed into the master bathroom. Both doors needed to be scribed in order to fit into the jamb. After that was completed the doors were hung and the paint was touched up.

The doors into the master closet finished.

The doors into the master closet finished. On each door a ball catch was installed to keep the door closed.

 

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