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What is a Door Jamb?

Doors are pretty complicated pieces of machinery, comprising of multiple different parts which work together for seamless functioning. One of the vital parts of a door is the ‘door jamb’, often misspelled as ‘door jam’.  Definition of a Door Jamb Let’s...

What is a Mortice Lock?

While it might only be a few inches from end to end, the lock on your front door is arguably the most important security feature in your entire home.  Locks come in several varieties, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. One you’ve probably heard about is the...

How to Replace a Door Jamb

Door jambs should last for decades before needing to be replaced, but of course, accidents happen. You may be able to fix a broken door jamb using wood-filler and a bit of sanding paper, but in some cases you might have to install a new door jamb. Read on and we’ll...

Storing Internal Doors

There may be times when you will need to store your internal doors for short periods. Old doors may need storing while you renovate or redecorate your house. New doors may be ordered in advance of installation, so you can ensure they are available as soon as you need...

Guide to Trimming Hollow Core Doors

Do you know what type of doors you have in your house? Most likely, they’re hollow core doors, since these are the most popular internal doors in use today. Even so, the phrase ‘hollow core door’ may not mean anything to you. In this guide, we’ll aim to answer...
Bi-Folding Doors and Traffic Doors

Bi-Folding Doors and Traffic Doors

Bi-folding doors are perfect for opening up a living space. They’re formed of a concertina of panels that move as one along a single track. This means bi-folding doors can be manufactured to fill very large spaces, and as such they’re often used to bridge the gap...
Questions to Ask Before Buying a New Door

Questions to Ask Before Buying a New Door

Doors impact the security, heat-efficiency and visual appeal of a building, and homeowners interact with them repeatedly, on a daily basis. This means that before buying new doors, you should be sure to ask a few key questions in order to gather the information you...
Installing a Peephole in a Wooden Door

Installing a Peephole in a Wooden Door

A peephole is a tiny glass window set into the centre of a front door. It’ll allow you to see who’s at the door, without having to open it (or, if you’re quiet, reveal to the caller that you’re in). Since they’re so small, peepholes have minimal impact on the way your...
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