I want to fit a stable door internally in the dining room (accessed from the kitchen), and I have a few questions.
1)Are there any regualtion for fitting these - I have never seen one internally, but am hoping its OK to fit one internally.
2) Can I just buy a solid wooden door (I have seen a pine one in the local DIY stores fo £25) and chop it down the middle. This is what I am thinking: Chop the door down the middle and sand/ finish edges. Use 4 hinges (2 per half). and provide some kind of bolt to join the doors together if I ever wanted that. To ensure the 2 halfs line up, I was going to attach the whole door to the frame using 4 hinges first, Once the door is fixed correctly, then I would chop it. Only thing I am not sure is can you chop such a door. Will it still stay together or will i be cutting along some main structural part of the door.
Many thanks for any help