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Repairing rotted door jambs.

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My customer had 6 door jambs that had rot in about the same place and size. These were large double door units and I did not want to remove the unit and replace the complete jamb.

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  • Cindy Luby
    Cindy Luby Plano, TX

    Thank you so much for this post. I know many people that have this probelm.

  • Lea Tomassone

    I had to do that to my garage door. It was very hard to cut the wood. It took me forever. How did u do it?

  • Patti
    Patti Statesboro, GA

    Thanks! I've been replacing the entire door units and WHAT a JOB!!!!

  • Jim P
    Jim P Fairburn, GA

    Go to Harbor Frt and buy an Oscillating Multi-Tool for $20.00. The best little tool I have ever bought from them . That is what I used.

  • Tova Pearl
    Tova Pearl Israel

    So useful! i have some rotted moldings and the technique looks like it would work there.

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