door. Thursday , March 30th , 2017 - 15:19:18 PM
The framed, ledged-and-braced door is used in situations where strength is required but the physical appearance of the door is not of prime importance garage doors, stormdoors, outbuildings and gates are examples. The door consists of a frame held together with mortise-and-tenon joints. Diagonal braces are inserted inside the frame to prevent the door sagging and a panel of matchboarding runs from the top to the bottom of the door. The bottom rail is 30 to 40mm above the bottom of the door to help make fitting easy over uneven ground and to lessen the risk of the door being severely weakened by rot. As these doors are usually manufactured from softwood, they should be painted regularly or treated with a preservative stain particularly when the door is used outside.
Some flush doors are made to resemble panelled doors - they have a moulded fibreboard facing to give the panelled effect. They are usually suitable only for interior use.
Loose or tight chain: Annual maintenance of your chain can help your new garage door motors to last long. In case the chain is loose, it can cause the motor to get out of rhythm and slip. This can cause the door the open too quickly, while the motor continues turning according to the timer. This means that the motor continues running even after the door has opened, causing the motor to burn out. Simple loosening or tightening the springs will adjust the chain. The chain should be tight so that that is no slack, but not too tight that it causes extra pressure on the motors sprocket mechanism.
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