Door and Door Jamb Repairs
A damaged door or door frame can cost you more than just simply repairing the door. A damaged door can allow air and water into your home, causing mold and higher energy costs due to air seeping into your home.
Even if there are not any clear signs of rot, if your door is difficult to open or close, there could be an underlying problem. Damage to your door can include the door itself, door jamb, threshold, door sweeps, and weatherstripping.
Our qualified technicians are trained to work cleanly, efficiently, and professionally. We only use the best materials to make the repair.
Our process for repairing door jambs includes:
Removing existing door and jamb. Building a new composite jamb and threshold to fit the existing door. Reinstalling the new jamb and existing door. Install trim/casing and hardware. Finally we caulk outside as necessary. All measurements are taken to ensure the smoothest fit possible.
How Our Door Slab Replacement Works:
Do you have small holes in your door, light or heavy damage to the slab of the door, or a ruined door surface? Our door slab replacement option is great for a quick and long-lasting solution. Remove old door. We install a single interior slab door, 6-8 tall. This Includes fitting hinges and locks to the existing door frame.
How Our Door Frame Reset Can Benefit Your Doors
Doors that are hard to close or open can be a huge source of frustration, often causing air to escape from a loose seal. This can raise an energy bill significantly over time and even cause door rot if water gets into the frame or slab. If your doors are crooked, misaligned, doors are sagging, swelling, or contracting then you may need a door reset.
We can fix your door within a few days or less from the time you receive your free estimate. Here’s a general overview of how we would repair your door: First we remove casing as necessary. Next, the the frame is cut loose from studs. We shim/ square door as necessary and reinstall casing. Some light touch up work may be necessary, that is not covered in this service. Touch up work is very easy and we are happy to guide you through the process, it usually takes a few minutes.
How Do Damaged Thresholds Effect Your Doors?
Thresholds are crucial for protecting the lower portion of your door from water damage and reducing air exchange. If water leaks in through the threshold gaps you may experience door rot, which will deteriorate a door and door frame over time. If a threshold is loose, cracked, or damaged, it’s worth getting an inspection done.
To fix this issue we will remove the existing threshold, trim door (If needed) and install new threshold and door sweep (if needed).
If you’re ready to get started, discuss your front door options with a DFW Door Repair design specialist. We’re here to answer any questions you may have, and help make your project easy.