I e-mailed Owens-Corning and they told me a place locally to buy thier version of the safe-n-sound door. If you are still in the market for one you might try and contact them. "Lee Liebner" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<ieacnYLpA6ndntyiXTWJkw@comcast.com>... > "Higgs" <email@example.com> wrote in message > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > > Earlier this week I also posted a question about a studio door and had > > the safe-and-sound door recommended. Searching on the net I cannot > > track down a price, or a local carrier of this door. Does any body > > know if Home-Depot carries them? I looked on their site and can't > > find them. > > > > I did run across this info from Owens Corning: > > http://pressroom.owenscorning.com/acoustic_door.html . Does the Owens > > door have any additional benefit over the "regular" safe-and-sound > > door? > > Both Lowes and HD carry the Premdor Safe-n-Sound solid core interior doors. > These are not as massive as flush solid-core exterior doors and are more > expensive. > > My attempts to get info from Lowes and Home Depot about the Owens-Corning > version of this same door, i.e. with their seals, ended in frustration. Too > much trouble. Solid core exterior is cheaper and more massive, but you will > have to create your own frame using thicker than 3/4" jambs because these > doors are heavier.