Garage Door Weatherstripping
Doorstop is made with built-in weatherstripping, specifically for garage doors.
How to Remove a Door
Remove a door quickly and easily without pinching fingers or marring the door, the trim or the floor. Do it in four simple steps.
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How to Weather Strip a Door
Stop energy-wasting air leaks around entry doors by installing a weatherstripping kit with a foam flange or vinyl bulb. Use a door sweep to…
Self-Closing Door: Making an Existing Garage Service Door Automatic
The service door between an attached garage and a house must be self-closing as a protection against fire. Here’s a simple way to add a…
How to Replace an Interior Door
Replacing an interior door is easier than you think. Learn how to do it yourself with this quick step-by-step guide.
Left-Hand Door vs Right-Hand Door
Use this simple method to tell the difference between a left- and right-hand door. It’ll help eliminate the guesswork when ordering the…
Fix a Storm Door Closer
Strong winds or heavy use can crack the door jamb that holds the storm door closer in place. A jamb reinforcer can repair the cracked jamb, or…
DIY Rustic Barn Door and Hardware
If you’ve investigated rustic “barn” doors, you’ve probably gotten sticker shock. But we can help. In this article we’ll show you how to build a…
Tips for Hanging Doors
A veteran carpenter shares his secrets about how to hang a door plumb and true even if the rough opening isn’t perfect. Even a novice can…
How to Install a Storm Door and Storm Door Replacement
New storm doors are easier to install, with plenty of standard sizes to fit almost any entryway—but there are still tricky spots. Follow…
Replace Weather Stripping
High-quality silicone rubber weather stripping permanently seals gaps around exterior doors, increases energy efficiency—and looks better…