Finally, after months. I have all the interior doors replaced in the house. There were 2 or 3 different kinds of doors installed. Some where in bad shape. The door going out to the garage was a hollow core door. I can't even ask why anymore.
It's nice to have them all the same. It makes things look so much better, and looks thought out. I found a place here in town, Mill Creek Lumber, that had doors Bunny and I liked. You take the door off, remove all the hardware and take it down to them. Pick the new door style you like, and they take the old door, match it to the new door, cut it the the right height, cut the hinges, and holes for the handle to match. You take the new door home, paint it, attach the hardware and it hangs perfectly where the old door was.
You would think that's the best part of the whole deal, and maybe it is, but the other thing is, it costs less than buying a door at Home Depot or Lowes. That's what I'm talking about.
Here the doors we have now.
The door leading to the garage. That was a lot heaver than I thought it would be.
Bedroom 2 and hall bath.
Office door leading to the shop.
I guess I forgot to get a shot of the basement closet, but you get the idea.