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Tips For Installing An Interior Door

Posted: Thursday, 29 June 2017 @ 12:04

Interior Door Installation TipsInstallation of new doors around your home can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you’ve never done this kind of job before in your life. There may be various reasons why this can differ from one type of door to the other, but in the end the base process remains the same and you need to work on it as you go forward with the same preparation and diligence as you would treat any other job. There are a few tips in this article that will give you what you need to know to get it done:

• Look through the opening
You need to ensure you have enough space to fit the door frame inside, so the rough opening will be enough and at least two inches wider and taller than the door you plan on installing. You need this extra space so you can install the door without any possible complications.

• Use of a bracket system
There are two ways of getting a door attached to your wall, which means you will likely need to use a bracket system to keep it secure or wood shims. Brackets work better as it helps install the door faster and it allows you to adjust it as you see fit, so you may want to consider that before you move on to using shims.

• Getting help
This is a job that requires a bit of careful work, so you may not be able to deal with everything involved in it alone. Get some helping hands to work alongside you and you should be able to handle the project without too much of a fuss, as you will at least need someone to help support the door so you can install it right or give you a hand with instruments as you move forward with the tasks.

• Putting the brackets on
You can deal with the installation of brackets on each of the hinges and repeating the process by screwing them on the knob side of the door and the rest, but you will need to screw the final bracket on top of the door so it will help support the weight of the entire door itself.

• Fitting phase
You need to ensure the door is vertical and straight, so using a level will really help in correcting possible deviations from the norm when you deal with the task. Work on screwing the door to the wall using the screws provided with the kit then ensure it all fits well enough.

• Door trimming
If you can do that on your walls, you need to add a trim to the end of the door so things will not only look better, but also insulating the gap to keep things from losing heat or cool air during different seasons. Using plaster is part of the way this is done so you need to fill it in as you work forward. Make sure you’re careful though, as carpet cleaning, floor cleaning and wall cleaning will be a bit of a problem if you didn’t take precautionary measures to protect your floors before you start working on the trimming.

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