Install an interior door
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Interior doors are so pervasive in our daily lives that we scarcely seem to notice them anymore. Yet a properly selected and installed interior door can enhance any décor and perhaps force us to take notice. This is why it is important to choose the right model.
The difference between a prehung door and a slab door is that the prehung door is built into a jamb and has the hinges in place. This means that once it is inserted in the rough stud opening, it only needs a lockset and trim and it is finished. Hanging a slab door requires building the jamb and installing hinges.
Installing or replacing an interior door is a simple task if you follow the proper steps and have the right tools.