Installing Sliding Door Plantation Shutters
Sliding door plantation shutters add visual impression to your room and the outside curb appeal of your house. They also give rooms more light and easy access to the patios and porches. Installing a sliding entrance door is not as difficult as it looks. The hardest part can be to create a big hole in an otherwise perfectly good wall. When you get past it, you’re usually home free with some tools and a little angled fat.
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Select your sliding door plantation shutters site carefully. When you put a hole in the wall, you’re engaged, so see it’s where you want it and will give you the best effect. The obvious choices are a place that will open out to a deck or patio, either already existing or planned, or an undisclosed location leading to a walkway for entrance. Contact your local zone office for any requirements and building permits needed. Buy a sliding door that is a suitable size and desired style.
Use a tape measure to get the right size, and hit a hole in the inner plaster that is big enough to hold your sliding door plantation shutters. Use a control detector to find the rules closest to the sides of the desired opening and scale the plaster from the wall to that point. Remove any insulation (save it for later), and cut out the lines between the two longest two studs. See the manufacturer’s instructions when designing the insert for your door. Use a circular saw and a hammer to remove the outer wall from your opening to expose the area.