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Master bedroom double doors

We have double doors at the entrance to our master bedroom. One of the doors has a movable catch that locks into the top of the door jamb. When this door was locked into its stationary position, it must have been pushed on with some force, and the door is shattered and splintered around the catching mechanism. The other door and the frame are fine, so we do not want to replace the entire system with a pre-hung set of doors, but we have been unable to find (on the website) a single replacement door. Is it possible to buy a single replacement door? If we buy a slab door, can we have the catch mechanism added?
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Posted 2015-07-26T18:00:13+0000  by Kisa Kisa
 
The good needs is that the answer is yes to all of your questions!  Sometimes the biggest challenge is finding a matching door but if you have "flush" doors (that's a door's smooth, without any kind of panels) it's really easy.  The next biggest challenge is matching the stain if the door isn't painted.  Beyond that, it's pretty basic carpentry.

If you're thinking of doing it yourself, we can walk through the details.
Posted 2015-07-27T09:21:16+0000  by Adam444
Hey Kisa!

Sorry to hear about your broken door.

Take photos of the labels in your door jamb to share with your local Millwork Associate.

Special order pieces are commonly available for most manufacturers.

With any luck, your new door will be delivered in a few weeks.

REFINISHING:

Your local Paint Associate can help you match the new door to the original color.

Save a sample from your broken door to share with them.
Posted 2015-07-28T17:54:19+0000  by Pat_HD_ATL
 
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