Message from discussion How difficult is it to "build" a door?
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From: George <geo...@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: How difficult is it to "build" a door?
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 09:44:49 -0400
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On 7/11/2012 7:58 AM, Puddin' Man wrote:
> This is a continuation of the "Sagging Garage Door" saga from 06-17-12.
> What with the Big Heat, etc, it's not practical to repair the door.
> Have been to Lowes, Restore, etc. Can't find suitable replacement.
> How difficult is it to "build" a door? 32 x 80 x 1.25"?
> I look at the rail and stile construction and think "A Mess Of 2x8's, Some
> Plywood (for panels) And A Table Saw". Of course, it's more difficult than
> I don't need anything particular fancy, just secure and reliable/durable.
> Anybody built one? Can anybody help with little details? Simple mortise
> and tenon? Which (exterior) glue? Fasteners???
> "Law Without Equity Is No Law At All. It Is A Form Of Jungle Rule."
Did you try a real supply house? Around here there are at least two I
know of that will happily get a door slab for you.