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Model SH-MAH-BM-80IN-PF-RUSTIC

Internet #203514035

Store SO SKU #1000634212

Rustic Collection 2-1/4 in. x 80 in. Prefinished Solid Mahogany Type Brickmold Kit

$169.00 /set

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Main Door Hardwood Exterior Brickmold kit is the perfect accessory to finish the exterior of your new Main Door entryway in style. Each set has 3 equal lengths to fit an 80 in. H door and will fit units up to 77 1/2 in. wide. Meticulously pre-finished to match your existing pre-finished Main Door.

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  • Solid mahogany type hardwood brickmold kit is the perfect exterior match to your prefinished main door
  • Prefinished rustic to match any of main door's prefinished rustic collection
  • Classic brick molding profile designed to match many different styles
  • Use as finish moldings to complete the look of your main door
  • 3 Equal length pieces approx 85 in. each makes installation a snap
  • FSC certified hardwood moldings from responsibly managed forests

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Can this item be purchased in 2 x 80 size?

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May 10, 2015
I just recently purchased the Rustic Mahogany Type Prefinished Distressed Solid Wood Speakeasy Prehung Front Door and the matching interior casing kit from Home Depot. I would like to purchase the matching brickmold kit but Home Depot is selling only the 2 1/4 X 80 and the existing brickmold is 2 X 80. Do you sell it in different sizes or can it be trimmed a 1/4 of inch around the brick without destroying the finish of the product? Thank you for any assistance you can provide.
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May 11, 2015
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There are a few options. Thanks for your question. You can purchase the brick mold trimmed to an exact dimension and finished by us at the factory through the special order program at your local Home Depot store. A skilled carpenter/handyman will also be able to trim it on site or at a shop with a table saw that is also an option. Just make sure you are sanding and touching up the edge with the Read More
There are a few options. Thanks for your question. You can purchase the brick mold trimmed to an exact dimension and finished by us at the factory through the special order program at your local Home Depot store. A skilled carpenter/handyman will also be able to trim it on site or at a shop with a table saw that is also an option. Just make sure you are sanding and touching up the edge with the appropriate stain and then sealing with a polyurethane. send us an email at dougmeyer@maindoorcorp.com for info on the stain match. Read Less
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May 10, 2015
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Unfortunately, this brickmold kit is only available in 2 1/4'' and 2 1/2'' sizes.
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How thick is the thinner edge? Is it 3/4" or 1"?

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December 28, 2015
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The 2 ¼" standard eastern brickmold thinner edge is 7/8" and the thicker edge is 1 ¼”.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Matches perfectly. Received three full-length pieces of moulding, all pretty straight and match the door perfectly. They also included a little tube of waxy hole filler that doesn't really match, but it's ok. I would advise being very careful when cutting your miters with a power saw that you don't mar the finish or have any tear-out. I wrapped the area to be cut with blue masking tape and used a thin piece of backer wood underneath and it came out fine. Try a test cut first on a scrap end before you make your final miter cut. It's fairly dense wood. I needed to make some additional trim for a window I installed next to the door so I went to the website and emailed their customer service to get info on the type of stain and glaze they use. They were very responsive and the rep emailed me the info. I didn't have any luck finding the products so here is what I came up with. I bought stain-grade pine trim from my local World of Moulding store. Sanded to 180 grit. Distressed to match, using the corner of a putty knife jabbed into the wood to make the little parallel groove marks. Sanded lightly to 220 grit. Next I applied a first coat of Old Masters Rich Mahogany Gel Stain. On the second coat, I used the Rich Mahogany again and dabbled a little Zar Moorish Teak in random streaks to get the dark variations to match the door. You really have to do this by eye by adding and wiping off until you get the depth, color, and streaks you want. Make sure you work the stain into all the little distressed grooves you created. Let it thoroughly dry, one or two days. Then I applied General Finishes VanDyke Brown Glaze Effects to darken it a little further and enhance the detail. Two or three coats of General Finishes Exterior 450 completes the project. May 26, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. Love the moldings. Just adds that extra finishing touch. The only problem is the filler provided for the nail holes is not a close enough match. September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Molding he mahogany brick molding mathed the door exactly, solid wood. September 6, 2013
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