Carefully remove the old door, making sure the weight of the door is supported when you

Carefully remove the old door, making sure the weight of the door is supported when you remove the final screws. Stand the new door up in the doorway to check whether it needs trimming. If it does, use a pencil to mark the top of the door opening onto the new door. Secure the door to your workbench with clamps. Measure the distance that needs trimming and divide that measurement equally across the top and bottom of the door. Then, add an additional 3mm to both ends to allow for clearance. Carefully mark a cutting guideline on the bottom of the door. If you are only removing a small amount of excess wood, trim using a plane. Alternatively, use a panel saw or circular saw to remove larger amounts. Ensure that you cut in a completely straight line. Now that the door is cut to height, hold it up against the frame to check whether the width of the door fits. If it doesn’t, hold the door so one side is in position and then mark the overhanging distance onto the door. Measure the overhang and divide the measurement equally across both sides. Then add an extra 3mm onto each side to allow for clearance. Put the door into position and place small wedges underneath it to lift it off the g...

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