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 How to Install A Door  

Installing a door in your house isn't as difficult as it sounds,  but if you are not sure about your abitlity to do it yourself then call a professional usually from where you purchase the door.  - THey will also come and measure up the assigned place as wel. 

The first step is to measure the place where you need to put the door and then go to the store and purchase the door that you choose (they may want to come and measure the space anyway so as to avoid problems later on.

 Carry the door to where you intend to install it, then remove the brace.

Drive in nails in order to hold the jambs, and check the jambs alignment.


Before nailing the jambs, make sure the door fits squarely in the opening, and the jambs are accurate with the door.

You must position the door properly, otherwise it will be very bad, so place  the door in the rough opening, start centering it in the frame, and slightly adjust the unit until it  is flush with the spacer.
In order to avoid the  door cutting off with the bottom, try raising up the jambs a little.


You have to secure the door hinge.Start nailing to the jamb into the stud with a 10d nail, position the nail where the stop moulding will be, and check the jamb for plumbs.

In order to complete your installation remove any bracing, and open-close the door to check if it works fine, if the door sticks to on of the sides, this is an alignments problem, pull out the nails at this side, and bring them in at the right align.

Install a lock se t(you can learn more about this in our accesories page).

Here is a short guide for installing a door :

  1. if you replace an exisiting door, take out the exisiting door, pry off the old trim, and pry out side and head jambs. If you installing a new door, make sure the frame is sized properly.
  2. Set the new door into the place, with the door hinges positioned on the proper side. Don't do it yourself, make sure someone will help you.
  3. Check the jambs for plumbs with a level, and make sure the alignment.
  4. Nail the jambs to the wall, stop nailing before the heads reach the surface.
  5. Install a new trim around the new door.

Protect the wall behind the door to prevent damage to it.

If you still can't understand how to do it, call a preofession.  He will do it the best.

a shower door

When buying a new shower door, it's important to think about practicalities as well as just aesthetics. There's no point in installing a luxurious folding door only to find it bumps into your sink or toilet when you open it! Sliding showers doors are brilliant if space is limited, as they work by gliding along tracks above your tub. For barrier free access to your shower stall, a trackless or accordion-style door can be ideal. Once you've chosen the door that's best for your bathroom's size and layout, it should be simple to install and will instantly improve your bathroom's style and function

Good Luck

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