Can I buy / order doors like this?

I just built a small shed following a set of plans.
I am a pretty good DIYer but I did not realize the double composite doors for this project were to b build from scratch - I thought they were a simple order item. I am coming up on fall, am incredibly busy and not sure I hav the skill (or patience) to complete this task of building dooors, locksets, jambs, etc all from scratch.
Here is a picture of the final doors I am doing for on the shed design plan:
http://207.234.221.182/staging/doors.jpg
HomeDepot said they didnt hav anythign like that and tat I should buy to basic stock doors and build jams and rest from scratch.
Just want to check with you guys to make sure that is my fate on this one ....
Thanks Todd in Cincinnati
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It is entirely possible that I missed something on the picture. Looks to me like a set of pre hung doors would due the job. I seriously doubt that you want to pay for entrance doors from the box stores. guestimate $5-600.
Might be time to start calling the local door shops. You could get them to build and install the doors for ya. Then all you have to do is install the lock sets.
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A set of prehungs would be a great start. But wouldnt I have to rejamb both doors into one unified dorrway. Thats the part I dont get exactly... SQLit wrote:

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You would buy them as a double hinged set inside of one frame. True French door style.
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snipped-for-privacy@uc.edu wrote:

It's not that big of a deal to make the jamb, but ordering a pair of prehung doors from your local lumberyard or commercial door supplier would probably be quickest and help with your time crunch. Yellow Pages is the way to go.
You might also look into buying a knock-down frame (KD). That combines the jambs and casings into a rolled steel channel arrangement with the frame already mortised and reinforced for the hinges. Then you'd just have to buy a couple of door blanks and mortise them for the hinges and hardware.
R
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Building your own using 2 metal slab doors is the cheapest.
No you don't find things like this at a BORG.
We have several places here in Lexington so I am utterly convinced that somewhere in the Cincy area there is a millwork shop that can build you a pre-hung set to look just like the picture. Yellow pages, millwork, doors.
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