Can't find simple double doors

I'm adding a short section of wall in my basement so I can keep my wood workshop closed and locked from kids. I want to put in a double door instead of single so I have more options when cutting sheet goods or long boards (I'll need to borrow 6' of space to rip an 8' sheet or board)..
For another project I recenly bought an already-hung 36" 6-panel single door and frame for $60, so I figure I should be able to find a hung double door with frame for $100 or $150 or at worst $200. But HD and Lowe's only seem to carry expensive glass French doors at $300-$400.
Where can I find an inexpensive already-hung double-door with frame?
Thanks, Michael
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try asking at the special order desk in the door dept. they may not have it in stock, but can get it.
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Michael Press wrote:

most prehung doors go for about $100 or less now.. about 15 yrs. ago i built a garage in the back yard, not for a car but for storage/workshop... i did not a garage door so i got a plain double hung door at a mill shop... it was like $350 back then.. dont know what they would want for one now?? if you already have a table saw set up you just buy two door slabs and the hinges and then buy the wood for the frame around it.. alot cheaper than going the route i took 15 yrs. ago.. and the doors i got were plain solid core(particle board in the middle), venieer on the face of the doors... they were a little thicker than the plain doors that homedepot sells, but i did not need them to be thick and being outdoors they had to be replace(the plain doors twice in the 15 yrs. that i have had them up...
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You are a wood worker! Buy a couple of plain doors, saw up some boards for a frame. Mount the hinges, knob, you are done! Greg
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Double doors are justified because they're reasonably wide: therefore you only half undo 'em, and therefore no one can get through 'em.
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