Door

  • Door Jamb, interior

    The surrounding case into which and out of which a door closes and opens.
    It consists of two upright pieces, called side jambs, and a horizontal head jamb. These three jambs have the “door stop” installed on them.

  • Bypass doors

    Doors that slide by each other and commonly used as closet doors.

  • By fold door

    Doors that are hinged in the middle for opening in a smaller area than standard swing doors. Often used for closet doors.

  • Block out

    To install a box or barrier within a foundation wall to prevent the concrete from
    entering an area. For example, foundation walls are sometimes “blocked” in order for mechanical pipes to pass through the wall, to install a crawl space door, and to depress the concrete at a garage door location.

  • Bipass door

    Doors that slide by each other and commonly used as closet doors.

  • Bifold door

    Doors that are hinged in the middle for opening in a smaller area than standard
    swing doors. Often used for closet doors.

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