Solid Double Doors

Dometic RM2652 Americana 2-Way 6.0 Cu

The solid double doors for

RV Interior Part in Charlotte, North Carolina
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Dometic Americana RM2652 2-Way 6.0 Cu. Ft. Double Door Refrigerator Americana Double Doors, Reliable Convenience. The Americana RM2652 is at the head of the Dometic double door family of refrigerators. Solid steel frame construction, improved electronic controls, and a 2 year warranty help make this one of the best built and best backed RV refrigerators on the road - all at an affordable price. Features: · Beautiful bright white interior · Versatile racking system with 3 position freezer shelf · Removable door bins 2-liter and 1/2 gallon door storage · One gallon container shelf storage · Shelf and juice rack on freezer door · Two crispers · 2-way operation(LP/120 V AC) · Eye-level automatic electronic controls · Doors open 180 degrees · Positive door lock handles · Black frame accepts 2 insert panels (Sold Separately) · Tech Specs · Weight: 129 lbs. · Dimensions: · Overall Dimensions: 54 21/32"H X 24 7/8"W X 26 1/32"D Enclosure Dimensions: 53 3/4"H X 23 11/16"W X 24"D This item is large and heavy and will need to be shipped freight. Please provide a commercial address with a loading dock for delivery. A contact phone number will need to be provided at checkout so the freight company can get in touch with you.

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Wolf & Moon Products, Inc. Bug Off 72 by 80 Instant Screen, Reversible Fits French Doors and 12-Foot Sliding Glass Doors
Lawn & Patio (Wolf & Moon Products, Inc.)
  • 72 by 80 Reversible French Bug Off Screen ? Side Opening. For customers who open one of their French doors, or their sliding glass doors halfway

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Installing Double Doors, Double Trouble

Had to put a set of solid core double doors in the middle of a wall. Bought a nice solid core factory set, all made up, in a steel frame, all holes cut. Cut out the hole, for doors, framed it in with a two, 2X4 set, square. Put in the door frame and doors. Doors will not completely close, 1/8-1/4 OVER LAP. I see no adjustment in frame.
My idea, take doors off, cut down 1/8" on hinge side, one at a time, till it works right. Suggestions, THANKS! Jocelyn & Craig

Opinions on tub/shower glass doors?

Redoing bathroom tiles and it's a good time to replace the 1970s style glass doors that rattle a lot. This is for a combination tub with shower. I see nice frameless models with solid immovable glass on one end and a door that opens out on one side. Then there's the standard bypass double door. Currently I have the double door. Is there any benefit of one over the other? Aside from needing the space to open up the door if that is the chosen model? When you're taking a bath, is one better for some reason than another? Aesthetically is one more modern or more beautiful than the other? I realize all this is subjective but want some thoughts

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