27" interior door?
Forgive the basic post, but in not much on finished carpentry work. Purchased a house and I have a unique situation and I'm seeking some assistance.
In the new house, there is no door between the master bedroom and master bath and the opening measures 27". All the door frames in the house has unique molding, so I'm not looking to year them out or replace the framing. I purchased a pre drilled six 28" panel door (I hate drilling in door knobs) and figured I'd cut an inch off the back, but ended up cutting off the 1x1 in the hollow door which the hinges would mount to, so that didn't work out. Was thinking I could glue and clamp another one back in, but not sure that will work.
Is my best option to buy another 28" door and use a planer to equally take down both sides? Should I buy a 26" door and build up the sides of the frame with 1/2" plywood? Other thoughts?
If it wasn't for the special molding in the house, I would just purchase a pre hung door and call it a day.
Thanks for the thoughts.
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