Wondering what pocket and bypass doors are? Bypass doors slide one behind the other and are often used for closets. Pocket doors slide into the adjacent wall and are used to save space in smaller rooms or to achieve a sleek look.
Our MDF bypass and pocket doors are constructed with our TopWedge® hardwood edge system to ensure the screw holding ability of hardware that is installed into the tops of these doors. These doors are available in any door style and material option, so you can achieve design consistency with the other doors in your project.
Architecturally-Correct Pocket Doors
TruStile offers a “pocket stile” and “pocket top rail” option for pocket door applications.
The pocket stile option provides one stile that is 1″ wider than the other. This allows 1″ of the door to remain in the pocket when the door is fully closed, creating the appearance of equal width stiles.
The pocket top rail option adds 1″ to the top rail allowing 1″ of the door height to remain above the finished opening height. This provides the benefit of completely concealing all the track hardware while maintaining the same visible top rail height as other TruStile doors in the home.
Even your closet doors can reflect your personal style. Most of our panel door styles are available in two- and four-panel configurations, allowing you to maintain design consistency with your other doors. All bi-fold doors come pre-fit with hardware.