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Exterior Door in a Fir Color with wood Construction and Traditional Style
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Questions And Answers

Can exterior doors open outwards?

Most entry doors open inward and there is a good reason for this. You don't want the hinge pins exposed on the outside for burglars to be able to easily remove your door. That being said, some doors do open outward it is just not recommended.

How do you frame an exterior door?

This will depend on whether you are making a new opening or using an existing one. This is a project that can be a do-it-yourself project but you should have some home repair knowledge. If you aren't familiar with repair work you can contract someone to do it for you.

What is the Brickmold on an exterior door?

Brickmold can be used on your door or on a casing for a window. It is used for homes and business that have an exterior that is brick. The molding is placed around the window or door and then the brick buts up against the Brickmold providing a finished look.

How do you tell if an exterior door is left or right hand swing?

This process is actually a pretty simple one. Go up to your door and then see which hand is near the knob. If the knob is by your left hand then the door had a left-hand swing. If your right hand is near the knob it is a right-hand swing.

How do you determine the swing of an exterior door?

When your back is against the door’s jamb, your right-hand will be near the knob if it is a right-swing door. Your left-hand will be near the knob if it is a left-swing door.

Can I change the swing of an exterior door?

You will take the hinges off the door. Then, take the latch plate out. Measure hinge mortises height. Mark new hinge mortises height on other side of your door. Put hinges on new hinge mortises. Reattach the door and faceplate.

Can exterior doors swing out?

In all standards, yes, an exterior door could swing out. However, they aren’t made that way because it would be considered a safety issue for your home or business, since the hinges would be exposed.

What is a right hand exterior door?

There are left and right hand exterior doors. The right hand exterior door just means that if your back was facing the door jamb and your right hand was near the doorknob, that would be right-swing or right-hand.

What is a right hand entry exterior door?

A right-hand entry exterior door can be easily explained. Face your back to the door jamb. Is your right-hand near your doorknob? If so, you have a right-hand entry exterior door.

How much is the average exterior door?

The average price of an exterior door can range widely. They can be as low as $150 and as expensive as $2500. The price varies based on different styles, durability, brand and more.

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How To Build A Shed Door

If you’re building a shed, you’re probably going to want some shed doors. Of course, you can have an open shed if you’d like, but most sheds are used for purposes that require doors, even if it’s only to keep out water and weather. Single shed doors are certainly an option, but if you’d like the ability and convenience of having more space to move anything in and out of your shed, consider building double shed doors. If you want to store large items in your shed, double doors are a must. However, the best choice for you is the one you make.

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How To Build A Shed Door Out Of Plywood

Creating a shed door out of plywood involves more than just cutting a piece to size. Without additional support, plywood can buckle and bend, causing it to warp and quickly become useless.

However, that doesn’t mean the process is difficult. All it takes is a bit of extra lumber and some basic tools, and you’ll have a sturdy plywood shed door that will last you for years to come.

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How To Hang An Exterior Door That Is Not Prehung

You probably know that pre-hung doors are usually more convenient than slab doors, provided you manage to find a style that suits your needs and your doorway has a standard size. Pre-hung doors come in limited styles, which is a serious downside.

However, if you would like to adapt your favorite vintage door-style to adequately fit your constricted alleyway or back entry, you will need to hang it by yourself. This involves setting the hinges, installing the jamb and setting the knob. In a couple of ways, hanging your own door can actually be quicker and easier compared to installing a pre-hung door.

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Wooden Exterior Doors

The front entrance is usually the focal point of most home facades and the external door is its most important and prized asset. Dressed elegantly with a handsome knocker and nice lockset, the front door extends a warm welcome to your guests and neighbors while discouraging thieves and intruders and keeping out extreme weather. Front doors are the first thing we touch after arriving home and the last when we go outside. Therefore, it is understandable why most home owners still prefer doors made of wood. No other material matches its satisfying heft or warmth. Moreover, wooden doors offer a variety of design options that others do not. Wooden exterior doors can be easily custom crafted in almost any size or shape and include any type of molding profile, glazing option, panel configuration or carving that you can imagine. The chief complaint against wooden doors has been they can warp because they were often made of solid wood panels. Especially during the last 25 years, most doors manufacturers have started crafting the wooden entry doors using glued and engineered-wood cores which help overcome the tendency of solid wood to twist and warp. The handsome exterior layer acts as a thick protective veneer which enhances its durability. read more

Ease of Installation

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Pre-hung Vs. Slab Doors

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Maintenance

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Sidelites

When you want to let more sunlight into your entryway, sidelites can be an excellent option. These narrow, vertical windows get installed beside your exterior door, allowing light to penetrate the space. While sidelites are usually installed in pairs, you can choose only to have one on either the left or righthand side. If you want even more light, sidelites can also be combined with transoms, creating a window all around your entryway door. . Clear glass is the most common option on the market, providing you with a complete view through the panes. Frosted or texture glass can let light into your entryway while providing additional privacy. If you choose stained glass, your front doorway can serve as a functional art piece as well as a source of light. The differences of glass options will all create different effects for the front of your home. read more

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Average Priced Exterior Doors

Exterior doors are an important feature to any home. They are responsible for protecting the home against outdoor danger and intruders, not to mention the elements. However, because most people do not have the financial ability to splurge on the most expensive door available,  it is important to understand what features are important to your exterior door. This will help you know which features are worth the investment and which are not. The material and finish on these three features vary widely, so compare them to find the one that most pleases you. If you are trying to figure out where to save money on your door, be sure to avoid adding too many aesthetic features. Aesthetic features do not assist in your door’s function, and many of these features can be added later if you wish. read more

Safety

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Materials

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Other Options

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