What is the maximum width and height?
Doors are made in four standard widths with endless possibilities for custom sizes. This variety offers solutions to 99% of the closets and niches in America today.
You can choose the door size and the number of doors you wish to enclose a closet or doorway. For example you may wish to use three 24″ x 80″ doors to close the closet space. The most common choices are:
- 24″ x 80″ (96″)
- 32″ x 80″ (96″)
- 36″ x 80″ (96″)
- 40″ x 80″ (96″)
Sliding closet doors are usually fit from floor to the top of the opening. In the event that an opening is higher than 115”, we can add an upper sliding door on top to complete the solution. Maximum width and height are different for each individual solution. Swing doors cannot exceed 40″ wide. Closet doors and room dividers cannot exceed 116″ height, although we recommend that you don’t exceed 110 for shipping and handling purposes.
Room Dividers, conference room dividers, etc., can not exceed 116″ high. We can add a 4” x 4” horizontal beam going across the top for a total solution of 120″ high in some applications.