A door is the entrance to your home. It provides a barrier between you and everything outside of it, so it’s important that door function properly. If you door becomes stuck or does not open properly, call our door repair/hung and door knobs installation company to help fix the issue. We can replace door hinges if they are loosened from overuse or install new door knobs for easier access in case your hands are full with groceries or laundry baskets. Door maintenance is an important part of keeping your doors working correctly, but we also provide emergency services should something happen unexpectedly!
Problem: If you’ve been searching for Door Repair/Hung and Door Knobs Installed, then you’re probably frustrated. I know because that’s how I felt until I learned a few tricks to make my life easier.
Agitate: The problem is that there are so many different products on the market these days that it can be hard to determine which one is best for your needs.
Solution: You need this guide! We’ll cover everything from choosing the right door repair kit to making sure your new door knob installation goes smoothly. This guide will help you find what works best for your situation, saving time and money in the process.
Ideas for Door Repair
– The door should be installed correctly to avoid issues with the door sticking or not opening. If there are gaps between the door and frame, then fill them in with drywall compound or silicone sealant before installing a new door.
– Door repairs may involve fixing loose hinges by replacing screws that secure them to the doorframe, adjusting any alignment problems on both sides of the hinge plate, tightening up any hardware bolts around it (don’t use too much pressure because this can crack wood), checking for cracks in either side paneling near where the hinges are placed; if necessary replace boards accordingly. For easier alignments make sure you have someone hold one side while you adjust other side until they line up evenly.
Installing door knobs correctly:
– Make sure the door is closed and open it so that you can feel how much room there is between the door handle and door frame. This determines which type of knob should be installed on the door. A standard door needs enough space in order to allow for a finger width, while an inset door requires only about half an inch clearance.
– For doorknobs with a square or round faceplate, make marks at even intervals around the inside edge of either side paneling near where hinges are placed; these will show where screws need to go into wood when installing new ones. If old hardware has been removed from both sides then carefully use screwdriver to remove any remaining residue left behind.
– Secure door knob in place by screwing screws through doorframe and into wood. It’s that easy!
– If door has a round faceplate, make sure the hole is large enough to accommodate other parts of doorknob (screws or spindle).
Door Knob Installation Tips
Here are useful tips for Door Know installation.
– Tip #01: Before door knob installation, door knobs should be cleaned and the old door knob removed. Wipe with a damp cloth to remove any dirt or grime that may have accumulated on it.
– Tip #02: Determine what type of door hardware you need before making your purchase or visit doorsupply.com for more information on different styles including brass door handles, lever handle sets and cabinet pulls.
– Tip #03: Use an Allen wrench (or screwdriver) to tighten screws in place so they don’t loosen over time from movement inside the house or opening/closing of door as this could cause some problems later if not tightened properly at installation stage.
– Tip #04: A door closer can be installed to ensure your door swings shut, and another door stop may also be useful if you want the door to open or close at a certain point.
– Tip #05: When installing new door knob hardware on an old door frame, it’s important that the drywall is stabilized before drilling into it in order for screws not to go through drywall.
– Tip #06: Use painter’s tape around base of handle when attaching hardware onto molding so as not to mark up wood surface with screwdriver bit.
– Tip #07: Finally, once installation is complete, check all screws tightness one more time following these steps outlined above.
How to Hang a Door
Doors are essential elements for a home’s infrastructure as they provide protection from intruders without even requiring locks to be manually engaged when closed shut. Installing new doors within an existing framework can sometimes pose issues if previous homeowners have made alterations that affect how well the door will fit into place once installed but these problems are often solved quickly during installation process itself rather than afterwards so long as proper door installation methods are followed.
-Measure door frame height from top to floor.
-Determine door width by measuring the widest point of door edge, not including hinges and handle plates.
-Remove door knob or lock cylinder if present on door edge being measured. Remove door stop if necessary to measure door width at this point with no obstructions in way.
-Paint a line across side edges of opening that will be cut for size/shape of new door (use pencil). Measure distance between these lines while holding it against original framing dimensions marked off earlier as reference point. This is your overall interior door thickness plus any trim required around paneling or other doors installed along wall leaving enough room for installation without much interference needed when swinging open door.
-Determine door height by measuring door frame from top to floor where door is desired to hang. Be sure that this measurement includes the thickness of door edge and any trim needed on inside or outside edges before marking line that will be cut for size/shape of new door (use pencil).
-Consider whether or not you want your door swing facing towards a room either left, right, in front of or behind when deciding which side of opening should have hinge placed furthest away from it with other end flush against wall as hinges are mounted into studs along framing rather than being screwed directly into drywall. Left hand doors generally need less clearance space around them when swinging open due to their design but present more interference if door is positioned against door frame or door stop when swinging door open.
-Determine the height of door from top to floor where it will need to be cut for size/shape in order to fit opening with hinge off side edge (use pencil).
-Mark these lines using a straightedge and utility knife as an accurate cutting guide, removing any excess wood along edges that would otherwise interfere with placement of door knob or lock cylinder later on after installation.
-Use paint sticks under door while installing hinges so they are even distance apart. The width and thickness should cover approximately one inch wider than the door itself all around its perimeter at this point if you have marked all four corners evenly like I did before mounting your first two hinges into door frame with door on top of them.
-Make sure door is flipped in the right direction and is positioned so that door knob or lock cylinder will be located at one end before installing door stops to hold it securely into place while hinges are mounted from other side, using paint sticks under door as an alignment guide for consistent distance between each hinge placement all around opening edges. Door should open towards outside wall when installed this way rather than away from it which would create a problem later on if you were ever considering hanging another door alongside yours along same framing studs as these types of doors need more room laterally space wise due to their design differences but can still swing both ways like any traditional exterior door does.
-Install two screws through door door knob or lock cylinder and into door frame on opposite side.
-Repeat this process with other two hinges until door is securely installed, making sure to use paint sticks for alignment purposes when necessary as door will be heavy and difficult to manage if you need much help from the ground during installation process due to its size.
-Install door stop against edge of drywall so that door cannot swing open all the way without getting stuck at these points along opening edges where it has been secured by screws in hinges earlier. If your chosen end of hinge placement was on left hand side, install one screw through outside wall studs first before installing second screw next closest inside wall stud (as long as they are both located near same height). This will prevent door from swinging open and getting stuck against door handle or lock cylinder, which would be a problem if this is done in reverse later on.
-Install door knob or lock cylinder at one end of door to complete installation process (make sure screws are located within door frame so that they will not protrude outwards when door swings shut).
-Test the swing of your new door before hanging any trim such as molding around it by pushing it gently back and forth to make sure there are no bumps along its opening edges. If you find something poking into you during this test than stop until repair has been made as these could become an issue if left unresolved for very long after installing new door with hinges onto existing framing studs without drywall.
-Install door jamb by holding it up to door opening in an upright position with the top of door frame flush against its outer edge, centering panel inside door jamb and then attaching one screw at bottom or top of door jamb depending on where you want your hinges located later on before installing any trim around outside edges of door.