Bypass Doors

Posted by Andrew Morrow on

Bypass doors are composed of two doors normally that slide past each other in the door opening.  Since there are less doors used than in a Bifold of the same size, each door is normally wider,  For instance, a 6' wide closet would have two  3' (36" ) wide doors to make up the width.  In some special circumstances, you  can also use three or more doors, with a custom installation.

a thing to also remember is when using a Bypass door installation, the opening may have to be undersized slightly, to allow for an overlap, or make one of the doors wider, Example, using a 32" or 30" wide door for a 5' wide opening.


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