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Pocket Doors

 

Solid Hardwood Interior Pocket Doors

Pocket Doors with Beveled GlassPocket doors are doors that slide back in the wall, so that you don't have to worry about the door swinging in either direction. Pocket doors can be used primarily as a space saving door, and also have growing uses as handicapped accessible doors.

On average, a pocket door can save 15-20 square feet of floor space. Pocket doors can provide the clean look of no barriers between rooms, as well as giving you the option of closing off a room for privacy. Installing a pocket door also provides easier access for wheel chairs or walkers for handicapped persons.

Any door style can be used that we can manufacture can be used a pocket door, and all our doors can made to work with our pocket door frame kits.

Single Application of Pocket Doors

Single Application of Pocket Doors

Double Application of Pocket Doors

Double Application of Pocket Doors

Space Savings

On average, a pocket door can save 15-20 square feet of floor space. Pocket doors can provide the clean look of no barriers between rooms, as well as giving you the option of closing off a room for privacy. Installing a pocket door also provides easier access for wheel chairs or walkers for handicapped persons.

Pocket Door History

Pocket doors were very popular in the late 1800's through the early 1900's, in many of the Victorian houses, where double doors were wanted to close off rooms, such as sitting rooms or dens. A couple of factors contributed to the demise of pocket doors at the time. The style of architecture changed, and most of the hardware companies manufacturing this hardware went out of business. For many decades in the 20th century, the pocket door hardware available most commonly, through lumber yards, was of very poor quality, and many builders and homeowners had bad experiences with pocket doors that came off the tracks back in the wall.

Hardware for Pocket Doors

Pocket Door Hardware