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Molded Doors have become popular due to their value, you get a great looking door for a great price. Molded doors are available in smooth or wood grain surfaces and in either hollow or solid core.

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Have your new Milliken Millwork door prefinished or do it yourself. New colors have been added. Click here to view our color chart.

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  • Michigan (HQ)
  • 6361 Sterling Drive North
  • Sterling Heights, MI 48312
  • Phone: (800) 686-9218
  • Ohio
  • 400 Circle Freeway Drive
  • Cincinnati, OH 45246
  • Phone: (800) 215-3770
  • Pennsylvania (Sidman)
  • 172 Plummer Road
  • Sidman, PA 15955
  • Phone: (800) 452-0251
  • Pennsylvania (Lancaster)
  • 1275 Manheim Pike
  • Lancaster, PA 17601
  • Phone: (800) 360-2364
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Installing french doors

Need some tips on installing french doors.Have installed interior and exterior new and remodel doors and sliders but never a double slab door.It is going to relace a single door in office in a nonbearing wall so will make R.O. when I actually have the unit.I am assuming that a quality prehung is easier than hanging from scratch as the walls are plumb.Any people who have had good luck with a particular make also your thoughts would be appreciated.Is going in a friends house so I have plenty of time to make sure it is done right,thanks.

Exterior door questions

My back door is all glass and single pane. I want to either convert it to double pane, or just replace it if it's easiest. Size is 31.5" so do I get a 32" and have it cut down? Most doors I've seen seem to come in full inch widths. Also, is there a way to insulate the current door glass aside from applying film? If I go with a new door, I would prefer just the door and not prehung although will go that route if it looks badly out of square. Any recs for a reasonably priced exterior with glass? I don't want to lose the light. Thanks in advance.

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