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1 Doors Wood Framed Doors

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

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

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

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

6 Exterior Hinged Door Typically 1 3/4” thick
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
core made of lumber, particle board, or gypsum covered with veneer doesn’t warp weathers well

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

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

10 Door Details When drafting details of a hinged door, remember that you are cutting through a head, jamb, and sill head - top jamb - side sill - floor 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 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 threshold commonly are aluminum or oak material
gasket to keep draft out, materials: rubber neoprene felt, sponge plastic angled/sloped to keep out moisture

16 Sill Detail

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

18 Threshold for Exterior Doors
Manufacture Catalogs Pemko Zero Sections are typically to scale of: full size, half size, quarter size 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 Details commonly shown without moving parts

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

22 Hinged Door Head/Jamb similar, No sill

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

24 Pocket Sliding Door 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
Full batt insulation Concrete porch 4” thick Header: 2-2x6 with 1/2” plywood spacer Shim space 1/2” Add 3/8” particle board over 5/8” subfloor Drop porch 1 1/2” from top of 3/8” particle board finished floor

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

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