Utility/Laundry Room Door

Old 01-07-08, 09:46 AM
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Utility/Laundry Room Door

Need to replace my utility/laundry room door - do I have to use a louvered door or can it be any interior door - the previous home owners had regular door there but the door is about 4 inches short at the bottom and about 2 inches short from the top - was this done for ventilation or were they just being tacky? (this door is visible from my family room area)

Old 01-07-08, 04:03 PM
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If this utility room houses Gas appliances you will want ventilation for compustible air so that these appliances can work effeciently. The louvered door would work nicely, or you could use a flat door and add vents in the walls for ventilation.

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