You will also be the decision-maker of how many panels you want the door to have, how many glass lites (if any) you want the door to include, whether or not a transom or sidelite will be added in, what kind of glass you want in the lites, what sort of hardware you want for the hinges, and more. Every aspect can be discussed and decided upon before the door is made. Once everything is ready, you should be able to receive an estimate from the manufacturer so you know whether or not you have gone over your budget, or if things are just right.
Once relegated to bedrooms, the versatility and creative use of sliding closet doors have found their way into many uses. Some include beautification of the exterior of homes, interior room dividers, decorative storage areas and even garages. The variety of finishes, colors and configurations of closet sliding doors makes them even more useful when you consider the finishes and materials that are available for nearly every application imaginable.
These designs can be changed in several different ways. Just like a car, doors come with options that a consumer must choose from. The first and most basic choice is the size of the door. Doors come in sizes ranging from 30" wide to 80" tall as a standard size and increase to 60" wide and 96" tall. Anything above the standard is considered a custom door and may increase the cost of the door. Thickness can also vary from 7/8" to 1-3/8".