How to Fit an External Door?


To fit an external door, first, remove the old one by using a hammer and flat screw driver to remove the hinges, followed by carefully measuring the opening. Fit the new door to the frame and mark the position using a pencil, and if it is needed, add shims at the bottom to ensure that it is at a desired level. Next, Mark the necessary plumb lines, apply latex caulk at the bottom of the opening, and hang the new door. Wind up by adding some more caulk around the door, use wood filler to fill out the holes left by screws, apply paint, and attach the dead bolt and handles.
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1 Drill a hole in the narrow edge of the door -- at the height you want the door knob to be placed. This hole will be for the latch that keeps the door closed. Ad 2 Position and hold
in Canada, I just priced one out for a customer. to cut a hole, install and supply the door, with hardware and all necessary lumber and labor etc. is just under $2,000.00 Canadian
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