In this article you will find detailed information and step-by-step instructions with explanatory photos on how to replace and make a new threshold.
An exhausted threshold is not only ugly to look at, it also helps to drag and drop the house. For the sake of general well-being and, to some extent, for reasons of thermal economy, it is advisable to replace netslit thresholds.
It is not difficult to make or change the thresholds indoors. On the other hand, you should choose a hard wood that I usually used to withstand the constant traffic in the doorway.
The threshold has been very long and is made primarily of stone and wood. The word threshold probably comes from the word thunder in the sense of stopping, tearing or nudging. Nowadays, when the threshold width is not that big, we rarely stand on the threshold but usually pass over, but the wear is coming sooner or later.
There are prefabricated thresholds in standard dimensions to buy in most construction stores. The length of these is between 62 and 142 cm and the depth of the threshold is either 6, 8 or 9.2 cm. If you have a door opening with dimensions other than these, you must make the threshold yourself. This is not difficult and all you need for this is a saw, a pair of screwdrivers, wooden threads and the work of course. The dimensions of the new threshold should be the same as the old one, so just measure carefully.
When removing the end of the threshold, be careful not to damage the door lining or the floor. Use tools that are sharp and easy to handle. The risk is then less that you slip and leave ugly marks behind you.
It is important that the threshold is ground and painted with hardened paint either before or after you put it in place. This is important partly because the surface will be durable and partly to reduce the risk of small sticks. It is especially important that the sharp edges are rounded before painting at least twice with a drying time.
When the threshold is in place, make sure that the door closes and the door closes tightly. If you have met carefully, you may only need to make minor adjustments. If the threshold is not even against the surface, you can insert a wooden wedge into the slip. Keep in mind that not only is the threshold that can be corrected, some fine adjustments can also be made on the door and its suspension. For a really nice end result, you finally put a triangular crossing against the threshold and the floor. Make sure you enter the diver in the list properly so that the nail heads do not get crawled first.
Fogsvans (1) Hammare 2) Angle hook (3) Fog sprayer (4) Tumstock (5) Drill bit drill (6) Screwdriver (7) Straight iron (8) Grinding pin (9) Countersink (10) Pen (11)
The threshold, preferably of oak, Thread, Wadding, Floor coverings, such as masonite, Furuplank, Slippers, Screw, Wrenches, Quartz, Heather.
1.Remove the door liner if it is above the threshold. Loosen the screws that hold the threshold to the floor. Remove the quartz lists.
2. Add protection to the floor, for example by masonite, and cut the threshold about 10 cm from the sides of the frame.
3. Carefully remove the threshold using a kofot. Also pull out of the hammer's claw.
4. Remove the remaining side bits by piece with hammer and iron.
5. Remove the old mortar. Have the threshold been lowered in the floor, saw a pine board, fit and fasten with screw.
6. Measure with good measure and saw wood to the new threshold. The dimensions are, of course, from the old threshold.
7. Slip the wood surfaces evenly. Then apply wood to the joint surfaces. Use plenty of glue and ring the glue string in double layers.
8. Squeeze the two wood surfaces with a number of screwdrivers and allow to dry thoroughly under pressure for about 1 hour.
9. Remove any glue residue and then round the throat's visible edges with slippers and bristles. If you want, you can already paint the threshold with hardened paint at this stage.
10. Measure the exact dimensions of the threshold. You should now remove a piece extra for the door lining. Saw with the trunk tail in exact length.
11. When the threshold has got its exact dimensions, carefully gently cut the recess so that a piece is left under the door frame.
12. Then gently wipe the recess with the iron and hammer or wooden club.
13. Add wedge blocks to get the threshold in the wave and iron the adhesive on the top of the blocks. A fog spray facilitates gluing.
14. In the next moment, hit the threshold in place with the hammer. Please add a piece of wood between them as protection. Be sure to beat and hold on with the other hand.
15. When the threshold is in place, drill the screw with the drill. Drill through the frame and down the threshold.
16. Screw in the screws and lower them with a countersink. Spike through the frame and down the threshold. Make sure everything is firmly attached and is firmly in place.
17. Finally, add new quartz lists on each side of the threshold. Finally, if you have not already made the lacquer with hardened lacquer, make it weary.