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DGD1026A-62×81 RH

$3,540.00 $2,950.00

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DOOR SPECIFICATIONS

1. 12 GAUGE, STANDARD DOOR JAMB IS 2″ X 6″ WIDTHS IN 2.5 MM TUBE.
2. DOOR SHEET IS MADE OF 2″ X 6″ 2.5 MM TUBE.
3. OUR SCROLL WORK IS HAND FORGED USING 5/8″ SOLID IRON.
4. THE DOORS COME ON A PRE-HUNG STEEL FRAME. THE STEEL FRAME SUPPORTS THE WEIGHT OF THE DOORS AND ALLOWS EASY INSTALLATION. THE FRAME IS EQUIPPED WITH MOUNTING FLANGES TO SECURE THE FRAME INTO THE FRAMING WITH LAG BOLTS.
5. PRIOR TO PAINTING, THE DOORS ARE SANDBLASTED, HOT ZINC COATED FOR RUST PROTECTIONS, THEN PRIMED WITH A TWO-PART EPOXY PRIMER AND FAUX PAINTED WITH HIGH-QUALITY ACRYLIC PAINT, THE CLEAR-COATED. BEFORE THE CLEAR-COAT APPLICATION has APPLIED THE DOOR IS BAKED AT 80 DEGREES FOR 30 MINUTES. THIS HARDENS THE FINISH FOR MAXIMUM PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS.
6. DOORS ARE EQUIPPED WITH INTERIOR GLASS PANELS THAT OPEN INDEPENDENTLY FROM THE DOOR. THIS FEATURE ALLOWS FOR VENTILATION, CLEANING AND SECURITY BY KEEPING THE DOOR CLOSED AND LOCKED BETWEEN HOMEOWNER AND THE OUTSIDE PARTY.
7. THE GLASS COMES INSTALLED AND THE GLASS FRAME CAN BE PREPARED FOR EITHER 5/16″ TEMPERED GLASS OR 11/16″ INSULATED TEMPERED GLASS. ALL DOORS REQUIRE TEMPERED GLASS TO INSURE SAFETY CODE REQUIREMENTS.
8. ALL DOORS UTILIZE A MORTISE AND TENDON TYPE BALL BEARING HINGE WITH GREASE FITTINGS.
9. ALL DOORS COME INSULATED WITH HIGH-QUALITY FOAM INSULATION THAT IS PUMPED INTO THE JAMB AND ALSO INTO THE STYLE OF THE DOOR SHEET.
10. A RUBBER WEATHER STRIPPING IS USED AROUND THE DOOR FRAME, THE GLASS FRAME. ALUMINUM OR IRON SILL IS INCLUDED.
11. CAD DRAWINGS ARE CREATED TO INSURE THAT THE RIGHT DESIGN SIZE AND CONFIGURATION MEET ALL THE CUSTOMERS NEEDS. FOOT BOLTS AND HEAD BOLTS ARE USED ON DOUBLE DOOR UNITS. THE FLUSH BOLT IS THE MECHANISM THAT LOCKS THE INACTIVE LEAF OF THE DOUBLE DOOR UNIT. THE HEAD BOLT LOCKS INTO THE TOP OF THE DOOR FRAME AND THE FOOT BOLT LOCKS INTO THE THRESHOLD/FLOOR.
12. DOORS CAN BE MANUFACTURED TO SWING IN OR OUT. ARCHES ARE AVAILABLE IN HALF CIRCLE, EYEBROW AND ELLIPTICAL AS WELL AS RECTANGLE. OUR STANDARD HARDWARE SPEC IS 2 1/8″ BORING, 5″ CENTER CENTER AND 2″ BACKSET. WE CAN PROVIDE WESLOCK FOR OUR DOORS, OR YOU CAN USE YOUR OWN LOCK, BUT SPECIFICATION OF THE BORES AND SLOT ARE REQUIRED FOR US TO PREPARE THE HOLES.

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INSTALLATION MANUAL

1. Check Rough Openings:
* Measure the rough opening. It must be at least 1” wider and 1” taller than the metal jamb, using perfectly level triple 2 x 6 studs all the way around the perimeter.
* Make sure the studs surrounding the perimeter are perfectly level. If they are not, ask the Builder or Framer to correct them as much as possible. The better the studs are    leveled, the easier the installation will be.
2. Check the floor level:
* Our Doors have a 1-9/16” above concrete level threshold preparation. This allows for a 1-3/16” threshold and ½”sweep. This preparation will clear any floor thickness up    to ¾”. If the floor is already installed please measure your rough opening height from the top on the finished floor to your header. Please keep in mind that the jamb and    threshold will be installed on top of the finished floor.
* Floor heights may vary so take this into consideration when measuring your rough opening. If the flooring is taller than ¾” please specify the floor height when placing      the order.
3. Center the Jamb:
* Install the frame in the rough opening from the inside of the house out. The frame should be centered within the existing rough opening.
4. Level The Jamb:
* Check the Level of the level of the studs and flooring along X, Y, and Z axis. Plan ahead for how you are going to level the jamb according to the walls.
* First screw the top two holes on the upper right and left side of the jamb into the studs.
* Make sure the jamb is level and screw the two holes on the bottom right and left side of the jamb.
5. Hang Doors:
* Hang the doors on top of the pins on the welded hinge
* DO NOT hit the hinges and try to force the doors and pins to fit.
6. Correct Alignment:
* Check the gap alignment (horizontally and vertically) between the doors and the door and jamb when the doors are closed.
* If there are variations in the gaps, loosen the screws. Adjust alignment as needed.
* Once all gaps are aligned tighten screws.
* Once everything is perfectly level and aligned put all screws in the holes.

INSTALLATION MANUAL

1. Check Rough Openings:
* Measure the rough opening. It must be at least 1” wider and 1” taller than the metal jamb, using perfectly level triple 2 x 6 studs all the way around the perimeter.
* Make sure the studs surrounding the perimeter are perfectly level. If they are not, ask the Builder or Framer to correct them as much as possible. The better the studs are    leveled, the easier the installation will be.
2. Check the floor level:
* Our Doors have a 1-9/16” above concrete level threshold preparation. This allows for a 1-3/16” threshold and ½”sweep. This preparation will clear any floor thickness up    to ¾”. If the floor is already installed please measure your rough opening height from the top on the finished floor to your header. Please keep in mind that the jamb and    threshold will be installed on top of the finished floor.
* Floor heights may vary so take this into consideration when measuring your rough opening. If the flooring is taller than ¾” please specify the floor height when placing      the order.
3. Center the Jamb:
* Install the frame in the rough opening from the inside of the house out. The frame should be centered within the existing rough opening.
4. Level The Jamb:
* Check the Level of the level of the studs and flooring along X, Y, and Z axis. Plan ahead for how you are going to level the jamb according to the walls.
* First screw the top two holes on the upper right and left side of the jamb into the studs.
* Make sure the jamb is level and screw the two holes on the bottom right and left side of the jamb.
5. Hang Doors:
* Hang the doors on top of the pins on the welded hinge
* DO NOT hit the hinges and try to force the doors and pins to fit.
6. Correct Alignment:
* Check the gap alignment (horizontally and vertically) between the doors and the door and jamb when the doors are closed.
* If there are variations in the gaps, loosen the screws. Adjust alignment as needed.
* Once all gaps are aligned tighten screws.
* Once everything is perfectly level and aligned put all screws in the holes.