Square Eye is right...
Its alot of work to jeopardize the construction of the doors, whether hollow, or solid core, Home Depot stocks a slab in 18",24",28",30",32",36" with a height of 78" or more commonly 80" depending on the area you live. I have installed interior doors on countless occasions, and I dont mind cutting heights, but you can special order common widths in 2" increments from 12" thru 36"+ slabs. S/O slabs are not much more than stock prices(at least in my area), and make life much easier for the carpenter, and the door's longevity to keep the stiles and rails as much intact as possible.
Also, HC doors have a 7/8" frame, thats it... not much to work with, and glueing a side is very compromising of a door's integrity.
Also, dont buy pre-bored doors...
see my work at:
[URL="http://www.dndremodelingnj.com"]D&D Remodeling Solutions, LLC[/URL]
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Last edited by dndremodeling; 09-05-2006 at 08:57 PM.