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Lesson 7. Major factors which affect pricing of doors  Frames  Doors  Hardware.

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1 Lesson 7

2 Major factors which affect pricing of doors  Frames  Doors  Hardware

3 Frames Door frames are part of the door assembly that is fixed to the partition or the wall. It trims the opening and provides anchor point for the door hinges. There are different types of door frames, from liners with planted stops, grooved jambs and split jambs, door sets

4 Frames Section showing how the door and frame work

5 Cost affecting door frames  Standard door sizes/ custom frame sizes  Hardwood frames/metal frames  Additional sidelights/borrowed lights  Standard depth of liner/custom liners  Type of wall the frames are being installed in These factors affect both the material and labour costs

6 Types of doors  Unrated doors  Single  Double  Exterior  Fire rated doors  Sound rated doors

7 Types of unrated doors Matchboard doors – mainly used for gates or sheds. They are constructed of timber boards which are ledged and braced together

8 Types of unrated doors Panelled doors – These are constructed of a solid timber rails and stiles with lighter timber panels ie ply fixed in between the framing

9 Types of unrated doors Glazed doors. These are similar to panel doors but the timber lining is replace with glazing. The glazing needs to be safety glass and glazing beads are used to secure the glass.

10 Types of unrated doors Flush doors. These are constructed with a sheet of plywood/hardboard fixed over the frame of the door. These are also known as hollow core doors and are used predominately for internal doors.

11 Cost affecting doors  Standard door sizes/custom built doors  Hardwood/metal doors  Additional mouldings added  These factors affect both labour and material costs.

12 Fire rated doors  Can either be smoke doors or fire doors, both are specialist items and need to be priced by a specialist supplier Sound rated doors  Price of the door depends on the STC rating required. Again these are a specialist item and need to be priced by a specialist supplier

13 Fire rated doors  Can either be smoke doors or fire doors, both are specialist items and need to be priced by a specialist supplier Sound rated doors  Price of the door depends on the STC rating required. Again these are a specialist item and need to be priced by a specialist supplier

14 Hardware includes  All moving parts such as hinges, latching mechanism  Trims, kick plates, striking plates  Final appearance of the door

15  When estimating you must allow for at least 3 pair of hinges and latching mechanism  More complex doors will require more hardware. These will be shown on door schedules and hardware schedules  Hardware quality is also an important factor when pricing the door assembly.

16  Labour constants for doors  Allowance includes for fixing and hanging a single door on standard hinges  40mm standard door 1.00hr/door  44mm panelled door 1.25 hr/door  50mm solid core door 1.40 hr/door

17  Labour constants for frames  Measured in metres  38mm thick (linings and stops) 0.22 hr/m  38mm thick (frame and stops) 0.24 hr/m  50mm thick (frame and stops) 0.25 hr/m  50mm thick (frame and stops) 0.26 hr/m

18  Labour constants for hardware  Measured number  Rim latch 0.75 hr each  Mortice deadlock 0.75 hr each  Padlock, hasp and staple 0.40 hr each  WC indicator bolt 1.00 hr each  Level handles 0.40 hr/pr  Escutcheon 0.15 hr each  Numerals 0.10 hr each

19 40 x 762 x 1981 mm flush door delivered to site Materials – door $70.00 Hinges and screws $10.00 Labour 1 $40 hr $40.00 TOTAL $ each

20 38 x 132mm softwood door lining with door stop, plugged and screwed Materials 38 x 132 lining $4.35/lm Door stop $1.50/lm Screws $0.50/lm Sub total $6.35/lm Wastage 7.5% $0.48/lm Total $6.82/lm

21 32 x 132mm softwood door lining with door stop, plugged and screwed Materials 5m x $6.82 = $34.10 Labour 0.22hr/m x 5m x $40.00 = $44.00 TOTAL $78.10/per door

22 Supply and install mortice deadlock Materials Mortice deadlock= $ Screws $ 1.00 Sub total $ Wastage 2.5% $ 3.03 Materials Total $ Labour 0.75hr $40.00 = $30.00 TOTAL $154.03/per lock

23 Types of windows  Timber Fixed Casement Sash  Aluminium  UPVC

24 Fixed window Casement window Sash window

25 Costs affecting timber windows  Size of opening  Type of timber used  Hardware requirements  Protection of windows The above factors affect both labour and materials

26 Both Aluminium and UPVC windows are priced by specialist companies. Quotes need to be obtained from them for supply and install.

27 Labour constants for Unloading, stacking, hoisting and fixing timber windows 630 x hr/unit 630 x hr/unit 1200 x hr/unit 1200 x hr/unit Bedding and pointing windows 0.18 hr/m

28 Labour constants for Casement fastener 0.25 hr each Sash fastener 0.40 hr each Sash pulley 0.50 hr each

29 630 x 1050 timber glazed window Materials 630 x 1050 window including hardware $ Silicon pointing $6.00 tube say ½ tube $ 3.00 Screws $ 5.00 Total $258.00

30 630 x 1050 timber glazed window Labour 0.70 $28.00 Bedding and pointing0.18 hr/m x $40.00 $24.19 Fixing casement fastener 0.25hr $40.00 $10.00 TOTAL Materials and labour $ per window

31  Write an requesting the price of specialist doors  Write a quotation letter for doors

32  needs to include  Project  Specification of doors – (Type and size)  Total no of doors  Expected programme or delivery dates  Delivery charge if any  Payment terms

33 Quotation needs to include  Client name and address  Quote no and date  Project reference  Description of the works offered  Total amount – (including/excluding gst)  Specific tags or assumptions made  Standard tags – conditions of offer  Payment terms  Drawings specification used  Validation date of the quotation


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