Net Frame Size
This is the size of the actual door jamb. When inputting the net frame size you want to put in a number that is at least a half inch less than the rough opening size to allow room to square and level the door. Example: rough opening 48", order a net frame size of 47 1/2".
This Is where you specify if you are also purchasing a glass sidelight to be attached to this door. If you are choosing yes to include a sidelight, you must also purchase a sidelight from the "Glass sidelight" section (under the Shop section on the left of the screen). The door will be built with the sidelight attached so be sure to input the height of the door and the height of the sidelight the same. Example: 48" X 98" door with a 18" X 98" sidelight will get you a door and sidelight combo that measures 66" X 98" (the rough opening size should be somewhere around 67" X 99").
Select from the listed Wood Types for door construction.
The jamb width is the width of the jamb as it meets the wall stud of your house. Many people measure the inside jamb of the door and decide that this is the jamb width; this is not always the case. In order for the door to fit accurately to the house without the possibility of future problems, you have to get the true measurement of the wall for the jamb. Interior and exterior walls have different measurements due to different types of building materials present. Keep in mind that a traditional 2”x 4” is actually only 1-3/4”x 3-1/2”. For instance, an interior wall is framed with 2”x 4” studs mainly with a ½” sheet rock on either side. The exterior of the house may be framed with a 2”x 4” also, but will have brick, stucco or siding. It is best to remove the casing/Brickmould to see between the stud and the jamb for an accurate measurement. Depending on the situation, you will need a 4-5/8”, 5-1/4” or 6-5/8”. There are some special occurrences where you may need a 7-1/2” jamb, but you will always need to check your wall prior to purchasing any jamb materials to avoid a headache. It is always best to have a professional have a look. Find a local contractor in your area if you have any questions about your house.
To measure the width of the jamb, open the door and measure the jamb. Do not include any of the trim work or casing. For additional information read: What Is My Jamb Width?.
Bore diameter: 2-1/8"
Backset is the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the bore hole.
Mortise - We can mortise the door for many entry lock sets, please contact us directly to configure your specific requirements.
You have the option of having a clear glass or frosted white glass.