Standard Dimensions for Interior Slabs with Full Lites?
I am designing an interior, non-load bearing wall to partition a large room into a smaller mud-room and an informal dining space. In order to make the mudroom, this wall will separate a west facing wall which has a lot of windows and which passes much light into the rest of the room. That being said, this wall will have a 36" wide pocket door opening (door slab to have a full lite) centered along its length and a fixed, tempered glass opening to its right (the wall space to its left will be sheetrocked to create a wall space behind which we'll have a coat rack, invisible to the dining area).
In order to complete the design, I need to know the dimensions of the full-lite in the pocket door so I can design the fixed window opening next to it (I want the glass in both door slab and opening to match in height). The door slab will be a standard 36" wide and 84" tall size with a full-lite.
Do the big/major door manufacturers build to a standard set of dimensions (for lite size and orientation) and if so, where could I learn what they are? My only other options are to go to the local home center and take measurements or buy the slab now and store it for many months.
Well, now, there's what's right and what's right and never the twain shall meet.