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Old 05-04-2010, 05:02 PM   #1
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Mirror Doors?


Guys can anyone recommend a mirrored bifold door brand?

Im' looking for a sturdy 1 3/8" frameless looking door. The ones at Lws were cheesey and thin according to the customer. I dont think I ever installed mirror bifolds. Sliders yes but not bifolds. Jeld Wen didnt have any good photos to show either on line or in the brochure.

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Old 05-04-2010, 05:10 PM   #2
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if you have a good custom shower door place ask them. i have mine made there, more options and they are better than anyone's.

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Yea a good glass shop should be able to help. Here on the west coast there is a company called Contractors Wardrobe. They carry basic models on up to higher end. Don't know if they're in NJ.
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I put in a Stanley frameless a few years ago... It seemed to be of fair quality.

Not really cheap, but not silky smooth..
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Thanks .......Custom is certainly on the table for an option. Last resort or only resort
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Framless from Home Depot, they were custom order and heavy as all hell. They came with an oak 1x3 to span the floor from jam to jam. THis gives a solid mounting surface for the extremely heavy doors.

Basically was just extrememly heavy MDF? With Mirrors glued on one side and the hardware to make it a bifold. Slight bevel around the edge.

Reminded me of Laminated Shelving with a mirror glued to it, as that exactly what it was. I just don't know where all the weight was coming from, The glass or the board.

And I install Doors EVERYDAY, patio's, entry's. ints... Trust me when I say rediculously heavy. Its a 'WTF' Heavy...

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