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Quick Door Hanger Single Bag

$5.25 /each
  • Hassle-free installation kit for pre-hung interior doors.
  • Zero nailing through the door jam leaving no nail holes to patch.
  • Quick, fail-proof system for accurate door installation.

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This installation kit contains a unique patented bracket system used for the easy and hassle-free installation of pre-hung interior doors. Using this quick, fail-proof system, doors can be installed accurately in as little as 5 minutes without the hard work of shimming. For beginners to pros No Shimming and Zero Nailing Through the door jamb.

  • Each package has 6 brackets, which is enough for one complete interior prehung door installation, all screws are included
  • No shims required, up to 75% faster than traditional methods using shims
  • Easy to use with solid-core or hollow-core interior doors
  • Zero nailing through the door jamb, no nail hoes to patch
  • Installs doors plumb with a perfect reveal
  • Patented design allows for door casing/trim to be installed directly over top of brackets, completely concealing them, resulting in a very strong, and sturdy, professional door installation
  • (6) Steel brackets with plumb alignment notches used to install one single prehung door
  • (6) No 6 x 1 5/8 stud screws
  • (18) No 7 x 1/2 bracket jamb screws

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can these door hangers be used for exterior pre hung metal doors ?

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July 15, 2015
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south carolina
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August 2, 2016
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yes install them on the inside of the door frame, then temporarly bend the brackets out insert the exterior door through the rough opening then bend them back and screw the brackets to the studs
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February 5, 2016
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Personally I wouldn't. It seems that when you use these you're relying on the door casing to provide much of the support for the jamb. I'd prefer an exterior door have more structural integrity than a hollow interior door.
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Nashville, Tennessee
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January 12, 2016
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Instructional video on the internet says only for interior doors, but there is nothing on the packaging of the product with this limitation. I used mine to help hang exterior metal doors but I also used wood shims to make sure of correct positioning. One of the best things about this product is that it is adjustable after installation.
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Hanover, MA
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December 15, 2015
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I used it on an exterior door without any issues. I have to mention that the door frame is wood it's only the slab that is metal. I hope this helps.
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October 23, 2015
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They will only work on metal doors if the door jamb/frame the door in hung on is wood. Otherwise the included screws will not be able to attach the brackets to the door frame.
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Saint Petersburg, Florida
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September 20, 2015
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If wood or composite jamb then they may be used to do initial door install, but then doors should be fastened with screws(per local code) and then insulated.
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September 8, 2015
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I would not recommend it. Exterior doors need to be secure due to the constant slamming and weight.
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September 5, 2015
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No reason why you can't use these on prehung metal doors. The hangers will allow you to set the door in place without messing around with shims. It's a really easy and fast process (watch the video online). I'd recommend that you drill pilot holes first, then for stability and extra security, you can slip in spacers/shims so that you can anchor the frame with longer screws.
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August 1, 2015
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Yes they can; I just did it this morning. Make sure you straighten them if you are pushing the door in from the outside. Bend them back into place once the door is in the frame.
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July 17, 2015
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Yes, the manufacturer has instructions for this type of installation on their website. I'm not sure this comment area will allow me to post the actual link, but here goes... http://thequickdoorhanger.com/installing-exterior-door/
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Sounds like a great product. I was disappointed to find that it was not in any stores. Why don't you stock it in stores?

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November 14, 2015
When I ask at the stores, they say not my job, but people ask for them all the time. Really?
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August 2, 2016
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the trade out there like to do things the hardway....we have always used wood shims!!!!
You can hang a prehung door in 15minutes with these brackets. Home Depot does not stock these in the south...the midwest has stock and have latched on to the system.
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Knoxville, TN
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February 28, 2016
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These are carried in stock fir stores that carry FLAT jamb doors. In some parts of the country, particularly the south east, the stores stock SPLIT JAMB doors that would require the extra step of removing casing/trim to use this product and then replacing the trim. I WISH all the stores carried flat jamb doors because the jambs are stronger and then all the store would carry these hangers
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January 12, 2016
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I think this is a new product, only recently introduced. I had to order mine. It took 9 calendar days to take delivery. Ask your local manager why it is not an 'in stock' item. I think this product is exclusive to Home Depot.
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They are available at roughly 1600 Home Depot locations, give or take. The reason "some" stores don't have the product in stock is because those HD locations carry slightly different doors than the HDs that carry the product. The stores that don't carry the product have doors that has casing #trim already stapled to door# pre applied to the door from the manufacturer, known as a split-jamb prehung door. Read More
They are available at roughly 1600 Home Depot locations, give or take. The reason "some" stores don't have the product in stock is because those HD locations carry slightly different doors than the HDs that carry the product. The stores that don't carry the product have doors that has casing #trim already stapled to door# pre applied to the door from the manufacturer, known as a split-jamb prehung door. To use the Quick Door Hanger on these doors, that trim needs to be removed first. Not a big deal as it comes off easy, but this extra step is why some stores don't carry the product in stock. Read Less
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November 15, 2015
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It was stocked in my store but not where I anticipated. Try looking online an punch in your store. It will check their stock and even tell you which aisle.
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Issues with trim

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Since these are proud of the face of the door and the drywall, won't the trim be a little high also?
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Most casing trim have a recessed channel in the back, which minimizes any additional gapping you might expect. But I haven't seen a piece of trim installed from ANY trim carpenter that didn't need a little caulk around the perimeter. And some needed half a tube....
I didn't have any noticeable increase in applying the trim.
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March 29, 2016
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no these are flush tith the drywall ( or Wall) and the trim covers it
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Most trim is has a slight hollow on the back of it so where the trim meets the wall it will be not affected by this bracket especially if you take care to get the bracket as flush to the wall as possible. Where the bracket overlaps the jamb your trim will cover the bracket completely. It may add a negligible gap, but when you caulk your seam (always caulk your seams) it will be covered. I have yet to Read More
Most trim is has a slight hollow on the back of it so where the trim meets the wall it will be not affected by this bracket especially if you take care to get the bracket as flush to the wall as possible. Where the bracket overlaps the jamb your trim will cover the bracket completely. It may add a negligible gap, but when you caulk your seam (always caulk your seams) it will be covered. I have yet to find a drywall wall didn't have a slight bow or dimple to the drywall and you're still able to apply your trim flush to drywall, same applies here. So I guess the answer is yes it creates a tiny gap against the jamb only, but smaller than the gaps you'll already be dealing with on the drywall, and these are MUCH easier to use than shims! Read Less
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The trim wasn't noticeably raised when I used these. I did find it helpful to knock the tab flush to the drywall because the provided drywall screw did deform the bracket.
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Do I use the same number of brackets on a double door installation?

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I have 2 large double doors (two doors in a single frame) and I am wondering if the installation changes with larger doors, such as the number of brackets to be used.
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Technically, if you put a bracket at each hinge on both sides of the jam it should work fine.
But...I would add 1 more bracket per side, due to the extra weight on the jam, as well as on bracket in the center of the top jam where the doors close together.
Better to be extra safe, rather than have to tear out the casing and rework it later.
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yes same amount on each side of the door
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Yes, 1 package works great for double/French doors. The manufacturer has the instructions and video for this type of installation on their website. If you are installing a double door, these brackets are the only way to go.
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I would think one kit would work. However the kit is designed for single doors. Its fairly sturdy but if your double doors are on the heavy side I would go for the old fashioned way of installing a door. its better to be safe then sorry.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 280 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Definitely helped! We'd never hung a door before, so the "quick" install for us took about 2 hours if you count the cussing breaks. We had an extremely tight rough opening, so we had to grind out a bit of wood to accommodate the screw heads of the clips. Overall, it was really easy in theory. We just had special circumstances that made our install difficult. The door stuck when closing and we had a difficult time lining up the non-hinge side. Also, we had a solid door, which just made it tougher to keep square with the weight. I can't even IMAGINE the frustration we'd have had with shims (the traditional way). We'll be buying these for the next doors we install, for sure! August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great little product Built a house several years ago, and found these at a builders show. Decided to try them. It was unbelievable. Hung 45 interior doors using these clips in less than a day. A Trim carpenter using traditional install methods would take a week to do that many doors, and they probably wouldn't be plumb. But mine are. Getting ready to build again, and will definitely use these. Surprised it took HD so long to bring them in. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wow these door hangers are the Greatest...Please try these you will love them!!!! It took me 3 hours to hang a bathroom door and do a sloppy job at it, I followed online videos. I ordered these thinking they were just all show and no go. I was wrong, I hung two other doors since the first bathroom door and it took about 45 minutes for both and they look great. I will be removing the bathroom door tomorrow and using these bracket to reinstall the door. I can not recommend these enough, try them you will be so happy you did. Best way to hang a pre hung door bar none, looks so professional!! March 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Makes installing doors so simple. Great invention. I makes hanging doors so much easier because you start out with a plumb door if you use these brackets. It's so simple it makes it easy for the do-it-yourself enthusiast. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much easier than shims. They work just as advertised. Well worth the money. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I wish I'd thought of this!!!! I was amazed to find this product tucked away on a shelf at HD. Even the window/door salesperson didn't really know about it. They work amazingly well. I made one modification when hanging solid core doors: I use one bracket on the opposite side head jamb, near the hinges because the weight of the door pulls the jamb inward. Otherwise, these were FAST, ACCURATE & easy to adjust. Great product. July 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simplifies Install Never hung a door in my life. Used these to hang 6 new doors and frames. Install was a breeze. You cant mess up.I did used some shims on the opposite side on a couple frames just to add some support. Once your trim is up though, everything is super solid. March 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by door jamb install clips the brackets install sound and solid to the rough opening. Beats using wood shims August 2, 2016
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