Forum Title: removing metal door frames
hey all im new to your site so firstly hello everyone!, right im struggling here im trying to do a private job for my mum the job is replacing all the door frames and doors in the house, i have no problem with this as im a chippy but only a young one! (22). her house is an ex council house which was built im guessing maybe early 60's late 50's! and all the door frames throughout the house are metal! ok so this wouldnt be a problem iif i could see any fixings! there is'nt 1 screw on the whole frame anywhere! so i removed the strike plate (latch) to see if there was any hidden fixings behind there but no noe what so ever it's doing my head in! do you think maybe trying to bash them out? there isnt any door stop on the frame either its just 1 piece frames! please help cheers every1 ash
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: CECIL COHEN (Nashua, NH), 01/19/2019

Why not a ready made vinyl or wood screen door? Example: Vinyl Screen Door Victoria 30x80 - Note having worked in Milworks at HD I'd recomend the vinyl. Their wood screen doors are too flimsy. A lumber yard might have one like the old heavy duity screen doors.

- HAZEL JENSEN (Springfield, MA), 03/01/2019

I use a sawzall with an Axe blade. The Axe and Torch blades cut wood or metal like butter. They are available at Home Cheapo.

- GINA SUTTON (Greenville, SC), 02/20/2019


- ANNA SANCHEZ (Jonesboro, AR), 03/03/2019

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