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Acudor 18x18 Drywall Access Door

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Acudor 18x18 Drywall Access Door

Item #: WBB642867

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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List Price: $120.00 Save up to 8%
Price: $109.95
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Acudor 18x18 Drywall Access Door

The drywall access door is designed to provide access in walls and ceilings while maintaining an invisible architecturally pleasing appearance. Has touch latch feature and can accommodate 5/8" drywall with a frame that can be reversed to accommodate 1/2" drywall.

Product Specifications

    • ROUGH OPENING18-3/8" X 18-3/8"
    • OPENING DEPTH INCHES3/4
    • DOOR HEIGHT INCHES18
    • OVERALL FRAME WIDTH INCHES20-1/4
    • WEIGHT LBS6
    • OVERALL FRAME HEIGHT INCHES20-1/4
    • NUMBER OF LATCHES--
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERDW-5058
    • DOOR WIDTH INCHES18
    • OPENING WIDTH INCHES18
    • BRANDAcudor
    • OPENING HEIGHT INCHES18
    • CONSTRUCTIONAluminum

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Service was great but product lacking

Your review: First, let me say that the folks at Global have been very responsive and helpful and are working with me to resolve the issues I address below. Upon opening the box I discovered that one of the doors was in fair shape while the other was damaged (corner bent badly, door mechanism inoperable). There was no damage to the shipping container and the doors were well-packed so I'm left to assume the damage occurred prior to shipping. Also, I found rough grind marks on the damaged door where someone had tried (unsuccessfully) to remedy the tight fit. The door would only open 3" before binding. Despite being marketed as "architectural" in design, the doors were actually pretty rough. The welds at the miters, while sturdy, were very messy and appeared to be the work of someone with very little welding experience. Some still had soot around them. Also, the drywall insert on both doors was from a tapered edge, rendering them useless so be prepared to replace the supplied insert.

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