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Customer reviews for Premium 6-Panel Primed Steel Entry Door with Brickmould

Premium 6-Panel Primed Steel Entry Door with Brickmould

The Energy Star-qualified JELD-WEN 30 in. x 78 in. Steel White Prehung Right-Hand Inswing 6-Panel Entry Door is Prehung with 3 brass-finish hinges in a 4-5/8 in. wide flat jamb. It provides excellent insulation with a 1-piece polystyrene core and 1-3/4 in. thickness, enhanced by pre-applied weather-stripping and an adjustable aluminum sill. The door is constructed to prevent water absorption and resist rust. It has a traditional 6-panel design and is factory primed for easy finishing. It is secure, easy to care for, energy efficient and reliable.
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Customer reviews for Premium 6-Panel Primed Steel Entry Door with Brickmould
Review 1 for Premium 6-Panel Primed Steel Entry Door with Brickmould
MES9121979
from Norwood, MA, USA
Age Range:25 to 34
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Gender:Male
Home Improvement Profile:DIYer

Does the job well

PostedMay 29, 2012
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Not a bad door for the price. I was able to install the door myself, a DIYer. The instructions were not too clear, but I watched some videos on YouTube and This Old House to get more pointers. After replacing 1 screw from each of the door hinges with 3 inch screws to hold in the hinge side of the door, I used 5 screws on the other side to secure the door, peeling back the weatherstripping and going in behind them, makes it look much cleaner. Make sure to add shims where you screw in and secure the door . Overall, I would say the difficulty is a 6 out of 10 and it took me about 1 hour to actually install the door and another 3 - 4 hours to to make sure the opening was ready since I removed a storm door which this replaced.
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