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Metrie 2-Panel Slab Door - Primed Hardboard - Interior - 32-in x 80-in x 1 3/8-in
General contractors and DIY enthusiasts will love this Metrie 2-panel slab door made of primed hardboard. It features a classic design with clean lines that will look great in any new build or existing space. It's made of pre-consumer wood fibre material and boasts a smooth surface that's ready to be painted or stained to match any decor. This hollow core interior slab door comes without pre-drilled holes to allow more flexibility regarding its handing and swing. Handle and hinges sold separately. Designed not to crack, warp, or shrink over the years, so you can rest easy knowing this door will last a long time. It's even backed by a 5-year limited warranty.
Enjoy refined style and easy elegance
Primed 2 panel square smooth interior door slab
Hollow core slab door
Limited 1 year warranty
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32-inch x 80-inch Primed 2 Panel Square Smooth Interior Door Slab
Looking for a 30-in x 80-in Solid Core Interior Slab Door.
Asked by: Blobo
Not sure how you got a 30” width but unless you can order one custom, you’d have to carefully vertically cut 1” off each side. The big question is how much vertical border trim is left to keep the door’s edges firm and solid - remember, most of the door is hallow. you might have to ask a manufacturer or test it by drilling tiny holes till you hit hallow. You have to restore that trim’s width or the hinge side in particular will not hold up. Good luck.