|Forum topic by cjccmc||posted 10-17-2016 11:04 AM||182 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
10-17-2016 11:04 AM
With the tract homes in my neighborhood at 30+ years the original wood louvered doors are starting to need replacement. My lower one completely rotted due to a neighbors watering habits. The association rules require replacements that look similar to original build (see attached pic)
I’m looking for good low cost options to replace these. These are flush mount doors 24” wide, heights are 25 for lower and 37 for upper doors. Some thoughts and questions are:
1) These cover gas and electric meter compartments, do they need to allow ventilation? (original ones did but that also allows moisture ingress)
2) Are there any louvered look panels out there that can be cut to fit in the frames? Maybe a non-wood product would last longer?
3) Any suppliers out there that make doors like these?
Thanks for any and all assistance.