Door Threshold / September 15, 2018 / Leala Melanson
Garage door insulation is essential with wooden doors as you cannot allow any water to get in to penetrate the wood. You must have a high quality threshold sealant to help prevent rotting and severe damage to your door. The great thing about using wood though is that if it does endure wear and tear over the years it can be reconditioned without the need to replace the entire door. The most used type of door however is the steel door. You will see this one on most garages across America. Steel is extremely strong and robust and is impervious to rust. This gives you great peace of mind that the door will last for many years to come.
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.
The cost to protecting doors jambs and thresholds are well worth the small investment. The average cost for a cardboard door protector one cardboard jamb protector and tape for the threshold is less than 25.00 The cost to replace just a door alone can range from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. In addition many door protectors and jamb protectors are reusable so the long term cost for protection is even less. Experienced contractors recognize the importance of protecting the entry doors jambs and thresholds. Doing so is a great way to increase customer satisfaction and keep job site damage to a minimum.