A: Accordion doors that meet and split an opening are considered a pair. A standard pair would meet exactly in the middle – a 12’ pair, for example, would consist of two 6’ doors, one stacking left, the other stacking right. We can also craft uneven pairs – a 9’ door stacking left and a 3’ door stacking right in a 12’ opening.
When ordering a pair of doors, provide the total opening width and specify “pair.” You’ll receive a matched unit, one stacked right and one stacked left. Do not order separate right- and left-hand doors.
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