New Interior Doors

Updated on January 05, 2009
J.W. asks from Trenton, OH
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Hello wonderful Ladies. I hope you all are having a wonderful year so far. I was looking into getting new interior doors for my pantry, bathroom and door going to the basement. The problem is I want nice ones that are inexpensive. Does anyone have any good shopping places? I would love to find an outlet home center type of store. Thanks so much for your input. Have a great day =)

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Ladies you have come through once again. I found my interior doors and I am soo excited. We went to Pease Warehouse in Hamilton and the prices were sooo resonable. I mean the door I saw at Home Depot was 750.00 for the same door it is 145.00 what a deal. Who doesn't love a deal. We also are going to get a new cherry front door for 500.00. Yeah. I am soo excited. Thanks again Ladies. You are the best and provede the best info. But seriously if you need anything for your interior you need to check out Pease Warehouse they had a ton of stuff. It was awesome. Thanks again for all the input. You guys rock! ~J.

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K.V.

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I have a background in contractor sales, and have worked for a couple different places. In my experience, Menards is about the least expensive place you can buy home materials. They make their own doors at a plant in WI, and have less expensive versions of some of the more architectually pleasing items you can find in the more custom lumberyards. Their employees, for the most part, are very well-educated in what they are selling as well. Good luck!

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T.S.

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HI..
I saw you were in Trenton..not sure about the Menards cause I've never been. But being as you are in Trenton the drive to IN might cost you in gas what you save on a door. I live in Hamilton and we have a couple places you might want to check out. Theres PEASE outlet..they have windows and doors and there also is Habitat For Humanity store. They sell items that people donate or are removed from houses during remodels. They actually both are within couple blocks of each other. If you need addresses or any info on those feel free to email me. I definitely would try these first. Good luck hope you find what you're looking for!

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D.K.

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My roommate & business partner is a contractor. He says MENARDS.

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N.B.

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We recently replaced all of our interior doors with Masonite solid-core doors (except we used hollow-core on the closets). I don't remember the price, but we saved money by getting them from the Cellar Lumber in Westerville.

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P.B.

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I have sold building materials for yeaars. If you want something that is nice, inexpensive, and durable look into solid core masonite doors. You can get them in a variety of panel configurations; 2 panel, 4 panel, 6 panel, etc. You can get them with a wood grain or smooth texture. These are paintable doors. You can get them through Lowe's, Home Depot (If you have Giant Eagle near you buy gift cards for fuel perks), or your local building yard. They should run about $100.00 prehung on a jamb. If you are just replacing the doors themselves you will have to mortise them for the hinges.

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C.W.

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Happy New Year J.! If you aren't looking to replace all your doors at once, check out the clearance section in the "Millworks" area of Home Depot, Lowe's, Andersons or Sutherlands. You can find great products at discounted rates, usually things people have ordered and changed their minds on (could be wrong size, wrong style, etc). We watched the ads and found solid interior doors for the price of hollow doors when we were replacing our doors last year. I have also seen ads for places that recycle home products (doors, windows, etc) though can't recall the name of it now. Check that out and maybe you can even recycle your old doors. Good Luck!

N.V.

answers from Columbus on

My husband owns his own building & remodeling business so I'm familiar with what you're asking!
If you have a "Bargain Outlet" near you, that would be the ideal place because they get a lot of deals from places that sell them the last of their stock, special order rejects, etc.
"Menard's" is another place that you can get lower prices.
Good luck with making your dream kitchen at a reasonable price!

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D.G.

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Ahhh...remodeling! I know that landscape all too well, as we are right in the middle of a bathroom renovation! We have been shopping at Lowe's for the majority of items, including new doors. They are a 6 panel white wood door that only cost us $53 for a 24" door. Hope that helps and best of luck to you!

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C.F.

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I recently saw a building supply outlet down on Ohio Pike(Beechmont Ave.) off 275. I haven't shopped there yet, but I looked it up and found an article about it which mentions another location on Colerain. Here's the link: http://cincinnati.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2008...

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M.S.

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Here in Indiana Menards is a reasonably priced store. I know Home Depot (at least here) will price match and maybe even give an additional discount if you bring in an ad or quote from another store (most any store probably would do the same). Also you might consider opening a charge card with the store most of them offer 30-90 day same as cash AND most of them also give at least a 10% discount on your entire FIRST purchase. I bought my husband a power washer (men and their tools LOL) I had the money to pay for it but I opened a charge account anyway, got the 10% off and paid it off as soon as I got the bill. You could probably purchase all of your supplies at once open a charge account get the % off then turn right around and pay the card off the same day if you wanted. Have FUN and try not to get too stressed during the remodel, they (remodels) can be pretty trying to say the least.

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M.T.

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J., I personally love Menards it is mainly in Indiana, but they have started building a few in Ohio. Not sure where you live but you can check out their site and find one close to you. There is no comparison to Lowes or Home Depot. Menards has a larger selection and lots of help and better prices. Another thing to keep in mind when dealing with wood is to buy unfinished, you can get 1 can that consist of stain and polyurathane in one. Yes it is as easy as it sounds, get a foam brush, very fine steel wool, and your choice of stain + poly and paint it on. If you can paint with a paint brush you can do this, and it will be the way you want it. You will love the outcome. Have fun and enjoy

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