OAK INTERNAL DOORS
Internal oak door fitting and supply
When installing a door, our carpenters will start by measuring the width at various positions around the doorframe.
Why use a professional door fitter?
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OAK INTERNAL DOORS FITTING Service
All new doors have perfectly straight edges. But a door frame can become ‘cupped’ or ‘bellied’, making the edges uneven and bowed.
A ‘cupped’ edge is when the door frame bows outwards, making parts of it wider. And a ‘bellied’ door frame bows inwards, making parts of it narrower.
This can happen when the foundations of the building move (as all foundations do), causing the walls and door frames to move with them. The older the building, the more likely it is that the door frames will become seriously cupped or bellied – or both.