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An architectural door is custom manufactured to meet certain specifications from a builder or architect for a specific project. They are generally...
A pre-hung door is installed in the frame at the factory. Doing this simplifies installation and saves time. It also makes it easier for a...
Use 4”x4” hinges for 1-3/4” doors and 3-1/2” x 3-1/2” hinges for 1-3/8”...
You should have a hammer, saw, drill, measuring tape, 24” level, 6’ straight edge, plane, screwdriver, utility knife and blade. You will also...
The fire rating is the length of time a door can resist the spread of a...
Louver doors are popular for closets because they provide ventilation. Bypassing and bifold doors are also popular because they don’t interfere...
Handing is how a door opens. Generally, you want a door to open toward a wall if one is nearby and away from the traffic flow. Imagine yourself...
See if you can determine where the door is sticking. First, make sure the screws on the hinges are tight. Most likely, you may need to use a plane...
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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