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There are both left-opening and right-opening ones, and you need to make sure you get the correct...
The best option is to bring the old hinge in. But as a standard, an exterior door uses a hinge that is 4 inches long with four holes on each side....
Yes, there is an adjustable...
Consider installing a stronger strikeplate—these are larger and have much longer...
One option is to use a brass door reinforcer. This product will also increase the strength of your...
A traditional screen door closer may not be strong enough. However, they make heavy-duty ones that will work. They also have the advantage of...
I’m sorry, there are too many manufacturers and styles to know which one fits your door. The best thing to do is take the one you think looks the...
Yes, since 1990 all garage doors are required to have an optical sensor and/or a door edge sensor that will stop or reverse the...
You can patch small holes—those ¼” and 3/8”—with a small amount of household cement. This glue patch will be next to invisible. Larger...
Aluminum screening is more durable. It’s also fireproof. However, fiberglass doesn’t dent. Fiberglass is also easier to work with, but it may...
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