Door Threshold / September 14, 2018 / Laure Lacharite.
Most people choose a sliding glass door as entrance to their patio garden or swimming area. Here are several reasons why homeowners and business owners should replace their conventional door with custom made sliding glass door: · In terms of security reasons threshold can provide maximum security compare to other types of doors. Traditional types of thersold can be easily opened with the use of a hinge. This kind of glass doors is secured using a latch. This latch will make it very hard for intruders to open your entrance door. · For places with limited spaces sliding glass threshold can add space in any house or buildings. This type of door is often for condominiums and apartments. It can reduce the obstruction cause by swinging doors.
These large protectors are most often purchased in pallet quantities for use on many commercial projects however they are also available in smaller quantities as well. Doorjambs are quite often dented or scratched during construction. There are several types of protection available that snap onto the door casing and protect the jamb. These protectors can be made from molded plastic or cardboard. Pre-molded plastic protection works well for jambs with standard door casing widths. For larger jambs there are several wrap-around jamb protectors that work similarly but are not molded to an exact casing size.
Most entry door thresholds are manufactured from metal or a combination of metal and wood. Metal thresholds often have black anodized coatings that are easily scratched or dented. Wood thresholds can be stained scratched and dented as well. Some manufacturers have now manufactured plastic covers to protect their exact thresholds dimensions and include the covers with the complete door unit. There are other pre-molded protectors available from online suppliers of temporary protection products. There are also a variety of tapes that can be used for threshold protection.
With the rough opening clean and prepped for the new door and jamb move the system into place as one with door hung on hinges. Temporarily shim the side jambs tight top and bottom ends in the rough opening. Temporary shims at the bottom hinge may also be required to straighten door sag. The top hinge will sag just be aware that you will compensate for it later with shims and a screw to snug it when the door is installed permanently. Use of a level isnt necessary just align the jambs flush with the interior plaster and shift shims to square the door in the jambs with even spacing reveal.