Aug 01, 2017 4:46 am
I'm still planning to replace the 'external door' - laundry, garage-living and sliding door after handover due to my mistakes on the plan, that i didnt look carefully.. ceiling height of the house is 2790, all internal doors are 2340 except those 3 mentioned are on the standard height of 2100..
Wondering what the cost will be, and will it be possible/advisable ?
Re: Replacing door costs (after handover)2
Aug 01, 2017 9:57 am
External door height generally matches outside window height, ours is like that, all internals are 2340,outside doors are lower to match height of windows.
It's a fair bit of work to change outside door heights, would involve, chippy, new doors, painting, etc, and doors would look not right against windows.
Re: Replacing door costs (after handover)3
Aug 01, 2017 10:30 am
thanks for your response, i've have a look at the plan again, and yes, you are right, the height of the external doors are aligned with the windows so i guess i just need to leave it as it is..
Re: Replacing door costs (after handover)4
Aug 19, 2017 6:16 pm
just found out another mistake of mine on the sliding door, its FSF, which is not what i wanted and the house is almost complete and i really want to change it to a sliding stacker door maybe..will that be an easy fix ?
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