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1 Doors Wood Framed Doors

2 Rough Opening u RO is a break in normal stud pattern u wider than finished door –2 wider –1 1/2 higher u distributes weight to sides of door u Terms: cripple studs double studs header jack & trimmer bottom plate top plate bottom plate header

3 Door Nomenclature u Three identifying areas of a door for detailing sections: –Head--top of door –Jamb--side of door –Sill--bottom of door head or head jamb section Jamb section Sill section hinge side Door jamb

4 Door Frame Door frame fits around the door & slides into rough opening of the frame wall

5 Fire Rating u Required by building codes u Residential –1 hour between house & garage u Commercial –Rating set by code and is typically longer than residential requirements u Fire rating controlled by –door type –door material (inside material and the covering) –chemical treatment of material inside

6 Exterior Hinged Door u Typically 1 3/4 thick u Many types (See samples in class) –flush or slab doors »solid slab or solid core »hollow core –panel doors

7 Solid Slab/Solid Core Doors u core made of lumber, particle board, or gypsum u covered with veneer u doesnt warp u weathers well

8 Hollow Core Doors u Interior type usage u lightweight u easy to install/operate u filled with network –cardboard –wood crossband –honeycomb –wood slats

9 Panel Doors u made of exposed stiles & rails u panels - recessed portion u designs and styles vary with many custom doors made

10 Door Details u When drafting details of a hinged door, remember that you are cutting through a head, jamb, and sill –head- top –jamb - side –sill - floor u All details are placed in-line with each other

11 Process of Drafting the Door Detail Threshold section/ frame sections Blockout Dwg Add building components Reference Dwg

12 Head Pictorial

13 Jamb Pictorial

14 Head/Jamb Detail u Since head and jamb details are very similar, jamb detail often omitted and a label is placed on the drawing: JAMB SIMILAR

15 Sill Pictorial u threshold commonly are aluminum or oak material u gasket to keep draft out, materials: –rubber –neoprene –felt, sponge plastic u angled/sloped to keep out moisture

16 Sill Detail

17 Weatherproofing u Adding material around perimeter of door to prevent dirt, air, light, or sound from entering u Types of materials used –rubber –felt fabric –neoprene/vinyl –sponge plastic –metal

18 Threshold for Exterior Doors u Manufacture Catalogs –Pemko –Zero u Sections are typically to scale of: full size, half size, quarter size u Aluminum products are usually of extruded of an aluminum alloy (see sample in class)

19 Exterior Door with Slab Footing Anchoring Methods 1. Expansion shield & bolt 2. Tamp-in anchor 3. Redwood sleeper w/ galvanized nails

20 Exterior Sliding Door u Details commonly shown without moving parts

21 Interior Doors u Normally 1 3/8 thick u Widths vary in increments of 2 u Applications: –hinged –pocket –closet doors »sliding »bifold –accordion

22 Hinged Door u Head/Jamb similar, No sill

23 Pocket Sliding Door Pictorial/Plan u Door frame built as single unit u Door same as hinged door but hardware different u Door slides into cavity in wall u Restricts electrical outlets in area of door pocket u Wall area at pocket is very thin, 1 1/4 each wall side

24 Pocket Sliding Door u 3 views –head showing track –jamb showing pocket –jamb w/o pocket

25 Sliding Door (Closet) Door thickness can vary 1 3/8 HC and thinner, shown is a 3/4 lumber core door Notice how the HEAD detail lines-up with the SILL detail. This practice is common between head and sill details

26 Bifold (Closet) HEAD DETAIL

27 Typical Door Detail Notes u Full batt insulation u Concrete porch 4 thick u Header: 2-2x6 with 1/2 plywood spacer u Shim space 1/2 u Add 3/8 particle board over 5/8 subfloor u Drop porch 1 1/2 from top of 3/8 particle board finished floor

28 Detail Notes (Continued) u Door thresholds, Pemko #3261A pg 51 & #249AV pg 48, short side inside, center neoprene weather strip at center of door

29 Door Detail Notes (Continued) u Callout mastic where both threshold pieces meet u door threshold sections are in the catalogs at back of classroom copies can be made to trace as needed u Floor Joist 16 OC u 2x4 PTDF Sill plate u 8 Concrete foundation


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