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Yes. Most steel entry doors use wood frames so it’s easier to install the hinges or to plane down the edges so they fit in a...
Steel doors usually come pre-primed from the factory. It is a good idea to either paint or stain the door so it will not begin to...
There are two types of deadbolts: single cylinder and double cylinder. A single cylinder deadbolt must be opened with a key from the outside and a...
A fiberglass door won’t dent, while a steel door might. The fiberglass door can also better simulate a wood grain...
Use three butt hinges for doors up to 3 feet wide, and four hinges for wider doors. You’ll also want four hinges for doors taller than 7 feet...
Wood is stronger and a better natural...
A swinging door is more energy efficient because the weatherstripping can be sealed much tighter than on a sliding door. Also, a swinging door can...
Patio doors with aluminum frames are the least expensive, but also the least durable and least energy efficient. Vinyl is mid-range for both price...
Storm doors provide extra security and provide another layer of protection against weather. They also can stop drafts through door...
Generally, exterior doors should swing into the building, while interior doors should swing into the room. Doors that swing out into traffic areas...
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