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Fitting Classical Architrave

| April 9, 2015
Fitting Classical Architrave

Fitting a classical-style architrave rather than a standard one can really add a touch of class to your home. There are perhaps houses which would not suit classical-style architrave, but in period houses and houses with larger rooms, this more ornate style can look great.

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Fitting Standard Architrave

| February 28, 2015
Fitting Standard Architrave

Fitting architrave around a doorway properly is not the most difficult of DIY job, but it important to the finished look of any internal doorway. Architrave not only hides the joint between the door lining and the wall, but it also makes the doorway look complete.

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Repairing Rotten Doorposts

| February 21, 2013

External doors and doorframes often suffer from damp and rot. Even with meticulous care and maintenance, it is hard to protect them from the wet British weather.

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How to Fit a Weatherboard

| November 16, 2012

A weatherboard, the shaped piece of wood at the bottom of a door which deflects water, is fairly easy to fit or replace. Because the weatherboard is close to the ground at the bottom of the door, it can be susceptible to the effects of water. Step 1 – Measuring and marking the weatherboard With […]

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How to Repair a Door

| June 24, 2011 | 0 Comments
How to Repair a Door

Solid Wood doors are fairly cheap to buy nowaday, but it is still worth thinking about repairing rather than just buying new.

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