Single, Hinged Doors

by Julie

Residential Passage Doors

Single doors are commonly referred to as passage doors.  Other types, like double, bypass and pocket act as passage doors-you pass through them.  See photo below of a 6-panel molded door.
The “type” of door mainly refers to its structure or how the door will function.  There are 5 different types: single, double, bifold, bypass and pocket.   Mainly the type refers to whether the doors are set in a double opening, single opening and how the doors operate: swing, fold or slide.  The names of the types are very commonsense.

  • This is just a regular ol’ door, opening to the left or right.
  • Single doors can be made in any style.  Those styles are:  flush, paneled, louvered or glass.
  • The photo below is a 6-panel Masonite door set in a frame.

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Single Door. 6-panel, Masonite. Molded interior door.

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badmash October 22, 2010 at 1:21 pm

I just signed up to your blogs rss feed. Will you post more on this subject?

Julie October 27, 2010 at 11:57 am

Are there specific door questions or posts that you would like to see? I can try to target those.

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