One last question--DOORS please


#1

in the door frame,in the middle,there is a thin strip of wood that i guess prevents the door from swinging too much. what is that called?
also,when installing a door,where is the unsulation placed? is this the same kind of insulation that is used in a house between the studs?
thank you


#2

www.ROOFING.com


#3

its called a what? and thank you so much for answering my other question. i appreciate it/


#4

i should refuse to nswer your question, because in 32 posts you still havent given us anyback ground on your situation.

its called a door stop

yes its the same insulation thats in the walls, it is placed between the jam and th erough opening.


#5

Its called hire someone who knows what they are doing.

I refuse to answer questions without knowing why you are asking them.


#6

ouch!!!


#7

is insulation used for replacements or just new construction? and if it is,is it always used for replacements?
thanks


#8

Roofers dont do doors sorry.


#9

TASER~!!!

Pay attention here… we’re trying to be nice, but we want to know why you’re asking a lot of questions on areas that are

B) Not roof related
B) More like the kind of questions you’d ask if you were doing a full on remodel or addition.

PLEASE tell us what you’re doing. Give us a general scope of what you want to do or are trying to do & maybe we’ll be able to better assist you vs. getting ant bit to death with all these little things.