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Masonite

Model 46187

Internet #202896281

Store SO SKU #476575

36 in. x 80 in. 9 Lite Primed Smooth Fiberglass Prehung Front Door with No Brickmold

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Bring the beautiful look of smooth wood and the performance of fiberglass to your home with the Masonite 9 Lite Primed Smooth Fiberglass Entry Door with No Brickmold. Engineered to last a lifetime, these high-performance smooth surface doors feature high-definition profiles for added architectural interest. Ready for painting, the smooth surface is primed white and expertly engineered not to rust or dent. Designed with an energy saving polyurethane door core, the maintenance-free proprietary fiberglass construction provides maximum protection and durability.

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  • Low-maintenance, high-performance fiberglass resists cracking, warping, splitting and denting
  • High-definition panel profiles and true square-edge construction provide an authentic wood door appearance
  • Engineered stiles provide excellent dimensional stability for harsh weather climates
  • High performance compression weather-stripping helps to seal out drafts
  • 9 Lite features double-pane tempered glass for added safety
  • Smooth, primed surface ready for painting and decorating
  • Reinforced lock block provides strength and security for door hardware
  • Entry door comes fully assembled with hinges, frame, aluminum sill and weather stripping
  • Exterior door slab is double bored for lockset - sold separately
  • From outside, opens toward the inside of the home with hinges on the right
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Need replacement window to this door, glass is streamed up betweeen panes, and how much?

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Have three of these doors only one clouded up...... HELP
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, I need more information from you in order to properly address your question. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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who is the manufacture of your doors ?

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Does this door have internal grids

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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beware of installation This door leaves a lot to be desired related to installation. The instructions are not too bad until you get to the part about adjusting the sill. The door was delivered with the sill adjusted to essentially its lowest possible position. I installed the door in accordance with the instructions, but found it very stiff to close. I correctly attributed this to the sill being too tight, but did nothing about it until I got to the instructions related to the sill adjustment. The instructions say to turn the sill adjusting screws counter-clockwise if the sill is too tight. I tried to adjust the sill in accordance with these instructions, but it kept getting tighter until it got to the point that the door would not close. I called the Masonite help line and talked to Matt. He said I should turn the screws clockwise in a manner that implied this was obvious, and there must be something wrong with me. Anyway, I returned the screws to their original position, and tried turning them clockwise. I think this would indeed have loosened the sill except that it immediately bottomed out against the concrete floor with the door still way too tight. Not wanting to subject myself to Matt again, I fiddled with the installation until I got it tolerable. In order to make it work, I racked the door frame slightly outward (maybe 1/16”) at the top of the hinge jamb, and shimmed the top and bottom hinges to further move the door toward the jamb at the top hinge and away from the jamb at the bottom hinge. This all worked to raise the door higher above the sill and make the door usable. It still operates a little stiff, but I hope that as the seal on the bottom of the door wears, the performance of the door will improve. At this point I thought I was home free. Not true. When I installed the dead bolt, I found the mortise for the strike plate is far too small and far too shallow. I had to modify the jamb to accept the strike plate for the dead bolt. This was not too difficult (the radius corners didn’t help), but not something I should have had to do. It made me nervous to carve into a brand new door frame. I am pretty handy. I have previously installed several doors, and not had the problems I did with this one. So, unless you are handy, and willing to struggle with installation, hire the installation done or select a different door manufacturer. If you should decide to venture into this web of installation problems, consider spacing the sill a little off of the sub-floor to allow the sill to be adjusted downward without bottoming out against the sub-floor. Also, don’t forget that the instructions related to the sill adjustment are backward, and don’t count on much help from Masonite customer service. September 20, 2014
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