Door Threshold / September 15, 2018 / Leala Melanson
Choosing the right bifold door for your project is an important decision and one that should not be taken purely based on cost alone. Your budget will naturally have an influence on your buying decision but there are other important factors that need serious consideration to ensure you are not disappointed with your purchase. Here are the top five points that are regarded by many as the most essential research when considering a bifold door purchase: 1. THERMAL PERFORMANCE Since most bifold door installations will be subject to compliance with building regulations it is important to check that the folding door you are about to buy will meet your local authoritys interpretation of current building regulations in terms of overall U-value performance.
When in doubt nail into mortar joints. Dont nail into the very hard brick. I try to hide any nailing behind the weather stripping whenever possible. Finally protruding shim ends may be trimmed off with a dove-tail saw. The popularity of sliding glass doors has flooded the market scene for many years now. The most popular type of sliding glass door is the custom glass doors. These types of sliding doors are very popular because of its functionality and overall aesthetic appear. Business owners also prefer custom made glass threshold for their offices and commercial establishment because it can attract a lot of people.
Ive learned by the hard way of experience that its necessary to remove old existing jambs carefully. If directly fastened to masonry with cut nails jambs removal may break out the cinderblock unless the jambs are cut into short manageable lengths. An out of level concrete threshold step can be ground flat by a concrete cutting subcontractor or the door threshold can be adjusted by unscrewing and repositioning in the jamb by the amount out of level. Any attached brickmold and casing must be removed from the jambs to make installation easier with shimming. Also brickmold will probably have to be ripped in width to fit the overall brick opening width and height.